Episode 1 2: THE THREE OF CUPS
On Episode 12, we get Right To The Source of Tayla Parx’s lifelong relationship with creativity that started when she was only 9 years old and has grown into an multi-faceted musical empire, inspiring and empowering women and all creatives alike. Join us as we discuss the importance of standing up for your creative values, the careful balance it takes to nurture and foster creative relationships, Tayla’s experience being a woman working in the music industry in 2019, how to let go of having expectations, what it takes to be a "smarter" creative, our collective beef with “Cancel Culture" and of course A Rose & A Thorn, The Daily and all new Golden Nuggets. So let it go and let’s go…RIGHT TO THE SOURCE!
Taking Care of Animals
She changes it up depending on what she needs. She’ll start habits for a week or a month or however long she needs them. But no matter what she always hangs out with her dogs, smoke a j, and chills. She really likes spending time with her dog and caring for something outside of herself She always prioritizes aromatherapy, lighting, and caring for her dog. She focuses more on refueling herself after creative session than on rituals beforehand.
A ROSE & A THORN
One of her best friends and former podcast guest, Johnny Wujek. They went to Egypt last month and they really reconnected. He’s so inspiring to her and she loves that they can get together and be creative together and let the inner child out.
Cancel Culture. Social media is amazing and life changing and an amazing platform for so many things, but it’s also a platform for anyone’s opinion and mob mentality, and knocking people down. It’s so easy for people to spread hate and bullying. It makes her wonder where the compassion has gone and if we’ve lost the ability to understand that humans make mistakes and are still learning and growing.
Taking time to recharge. It’s easy to get caught up in working all the time, and taking time to experience family and friends and with the holidays coming up he’s looking forward to the break.
Expectations. Having them and not being open to the universe creating what’s supposed to happen because he’s stuck in what he thinks should happen. He gets down when it doesn’t happen exactly the way he thought it would.
Time off for the holidays. She’s looking forward to having some days completely off and traveling Scandinavia to see the Northern lights.
Being a female in the industry and having to balance standing up for yourself and being perceived as a “bitch”. She’s working on not feeling bad for sticking up for herself and knowing what she deserves.
Her tarot reader and teacher Naha, and her space downtown called 22 teachings, She does classes, tarot readings, healings, all kinds of different activities. She has incredible books there, candles, incense, she’s such an incredible woman.
Dale Carnegie’s Day Tight Compartment philosophy from his book How to Stop Worrying and Start Living.