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A Change of Feeling...and Perspective

What if you'd release all fear. What would it feel like to be free from any anxiety? 

What would life taste like if you’d have the courage to experience it through the lens of joy and wholeness and laughter? Immersed in a permanent state of complete satisfaction and fulfillment. Endless gratitude and appreciation. Only seeing good in everything. Seeing every situation as an opportunity to expand on your happiness and freedom. 

What would it be like to be free of envy and jealousy towards those who are/ have / are capable of doing exactly what you dream of? To not punish them in your thoughts but to wish them well?

What if the comfort zone was exactly the place to grow because it gives you the safety you need in order to strengthen your wings before you learn to fly? 

What if the world did not need to be fixed or improved or saved but just loved and appreciated. Left alone in peace and quiet. The planet was here long before we came around so it definitely does not need to be corrected, instructed ot taught how to take care of itself. If we respect it, it will allow us to thrive. 


As artists, we all need some support and reassurance when we feel our creative muse is slightly less present. Here is an often updated collection of notes-to-self, ideas and suggestions how to appease our creative anxieties, so that we can keep doing what we love.


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