||This thesis examines how using subjects that are deeply personal and private, in this case loneliness, can serve as source material for the creative process. How can a choreographer use the act of recognizing intuition and the subconscious as an enlivening choreographic tool? I seek to discover how the choreographic process helps develop a clearer depiction of experiences that have been sublimated in our nonconscious self. I surmise that by giving the opportunity to discuss personal experience creatively, the choreographic process can elucidate the effects these have on our personhood. This thesis describes the choreographic process of my work Fallen Inside, which premiered in the University Of Utah Department Of Modern Dance Graduate Thesis Concert held at the Hayes Christensen Theatre, Marriott Center for Dance on November 11-13, 2010. I explain how I transformed my personal experiences of loneliness and a need for connection in the human experience into subjects of creative investigation. In addition to my creative research, I draw on research by Marcia Leventhal about the use of movement exploration as an inroad to personal growth, and Antonio Damasio, who discusses the process of recognizing emotional reverberations in the unconscious as a guiding tool in the creative process.