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Imagine yourself in this landscape – enjoying the night time stillness at water’s edge, full moon shining. Breathe in and experience your inner peace.
During these strange times, it’s important to stay centered and not give in to FEAR. Fear constricts and immobilizes. Yes, follow the protocols set out for us during our Covid-19 enforced home-stay. But after that, find your peace. Come up with your stay-at-home schedule. Be kind to yourself.
Perhaps this is the time you’ve been craving. The gift of Time!
I’m a list maker (the Capricorn in me!) Make a list of the things you want to accomplish.
Keep a journal. Set out on a journey of self-discovery. Write down your thoughts and feelings each day.
Listen to inspirational podcasts while you are working. Here are a few of my favorites: Caroline Casey, The Visionary Activist; New Dimensions Radio with Justine Toms; Oprah’s Super Soul Conversations; Fresh Air with Terry Gross.
I would love to hear your comments. How are you dealing with it all?
Wishing you well! Keep your creative juices flowing!
DD Links said:
My days are filled, just with different activities. More walking, less swimming. More piano playing and less social visiting. A lot more messaging andcreading and less shopping. I’m also a Capricorn. I have always survived on lists. 😉
On Wed., Apr. 1, 2020, 11:02 Art and Sacred Sites, wrote:
> glenrogers posted: ” Imagine yourself in this landscape – enjoying the > night time stillness at water’s edge, full moon shining. Breathe in and > experience your inner peace. “Bird with Moon”, Monoprint, 7″ x 5″ During > these strange times, it’s important to stay centered ” >
Thanks for sharing, DD! We all have our ways of coping – hopefully centering and productive. Stay sane and well!
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You are doing great Glen! I love the bird appearing in your work now.
Thanks Cristina! I look forward to working with you again on your new project. Stay safe and well. Glen
Arthur K said:
Great post tthankyou