While all five Chinese elements are contained within our energy system, we each embody a primary element, which defines our natural strengths, and a weak or missing element, which reflects our untapped potential. When you embrace your missing element—water, wood, fire, earth, or metal—you can pull yourself out of a rut and bring more harmony and success into your life and work.
Tisha Morris teaches you how to apply the ancient wisdom of Taoist principles, so you can identify and improve your most challenging element. Moving your desk to the power position and expressing your energy with clothing are just a couple of the ways to awaken dormant aspects of yourself and integrate your creative right-brain with your business left-brain. It's time to turn your missing element into your hidden strength.
"A wonderful book filled with great quotes, insights, sidebars, graphics, worksheets, and quizzes...I had such fun with this book—learning, being reminded, and ultimately inspired. This is "The Tao of Creativity" in action, in book form where Tisha Morris shows you the Way, with a capital W. She's offering up accessible, comprehensive transformation at your fingertips. Read on and discover your elemental self. Your hidden strengths are brewing deep within you, just waiting to be shared. This book is your creativity catalyst inviting you to apply these elemental insights to your life, in order for you to become an even more beneficial presence on this earth! Thank you Tisha Morris!"—Albert Flynn DeSilver, author of Writing as a Path to Awakening
"This book is a must have for spiritually minded entrepreneurs and creatives/artists who want to energize or enhance their business or creative process. I loved discovering my missing element and I'm finding the simple ways the book suggests to power up my art and business thrilling to implement! Get a copy and share it with your creative community!"—Sarah Bamford Seidelmann, author of How Good Are You Willing To Let It Get?
"Missing Element Hidden Strength merges ancient, nature-aligned Taoist wisdoms with our modern quest for self-fulfillment. Filled with spiritual and philosophical teachings presented in practical, accessible, and embodied ways, Tisha’s book leads us into an investigation of our own nature as a means of coming home to our wholeness."—Rachael Cohen, author of Everyday Plant Magic