Unconditional self-love is our birth right; just as we were born with the right to love others we also have the right to love ourselves. Unconditional self-love is not something to be earned or deserved. It’s simply a seed planted within us …
Here you will find a
to visit when you need a reminder
to unconditionally love yourself.
Lessons in Unconditional Self Love
Signs that you may be lacking 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 …
The benefits of unconditional self-love
If you find yourself saying, “Why bother with self-love?” Here is a list of reasons why it is beneficial to nurture unconditional self-love: Unconditional Self-love is healing to our spirits, our minds, and our bodies.Unconditional self-love …
“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
Interview with Carol Omer
Carol Omer is an Artist and Certified Life Coach from South Australia. She specializes in coaching for creativity and women's empowerment tools. Her Mandala coaching/colouring book,The Big Girls Little Coloring Book, is published in several …
Interview with Helena Nelson-Reed
Helena Nelson – Reed is a self representing artist working with visionary, archetypal and spiritual subject matter. Born in Seattle, Washington, she grew up in Marin County and Napa Valley, California, and now resides in Illinois. She …
Interview with Deborah Koff-Chapin
Deborah Koff-Chapin BFA is an artist, vocalist, author and teacher. She has been developing Touch Drawing since she came upon it in revelatory play in 1974. Throughher years of Touch Drawing, she has tapped into a universal level of the …
“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.