To begin the journey of unconditional self-love, it takes inner-examination because by looking inward it will tell us where we need to start. So we begin by asking ourselves personal questions and then listening for the answers. As we do this, …
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Lessons in Unconditional Self Love
Self-hate or the lack of self-love, can be difficult to detect because it can feel so natural. Here is a list to help us recognize if we need more self-love in our lives. Before reading this list, remember to create a safe space of …
Self-hate is actually not something that we easily detect within ourselves because it comes in many shades and disguises, ranging from the extreme state of self loathing and abuse to the subtle shades of indifference, negativity and neglect. All …
“I like to interview artists who intentionally create art that has an uplifting message. I call this kind of art Healing Art. I believe art can be healing in 2 ways- through the creative process before it is finished or from meditating on the message of the finished piece.”
Interviews with My Favorite Artists
Marjolein Kruijt is an artist whose work is inspired by the beauty of nature. Animals have always been her core inspiration, capturing their essence and special messages, also in commissioned pet portraiture. Using all techniques, she favours …
Charles Frizzell is a Kentucky native, and moved to Colorado in 1969, settling first in Cripple Creek, Colorado, where he maintained a home and studio in the 1970's. Later, he had a home and studio in Victor, Colorado, for many years, and now he …
Dorothy Bury Shaw's art focuses on the spiritual journey of the untamed woman. She explores the courageous aspects of self-discovery, awakening, and expanding the heart, achieving a rich, other-worldly quality by using intricate layers of ink, …
“Inspiration to paint my art comes from the desire to look at life differently. When I am faced with a problem, I search my spiritual studies and my collected wisdom for advice. Once I realize the advice that I need to take, I think of the symbolism to convey that message and that is what I paint.”
I'm Rita Loyd. The inspiration to paint healing art came to me in 1996 as a way to cope with chronic fatigue syndrome.
When I first began to paint nurturing art, I didn’t know that my art was going to be about self-love.
I now feel that I know the “recipe” for unconditional self-love and when I apply that recipe to my life I am able to shift from a place of negativity and defeat to a place of healing and empowerment.