A mind is a terrible thing to waste… 🔍🙏🏻
The beautiful thing about creating art is the interpretation from other people who are viewing your painting. Abstract art has its own category of intelligence and inclusivity based on your interpretation. Different colors can make you feel certain ways. Dark colors might have a harder ceiling than warm, light colors. There’s a science behind color theory and the psychological effects from a painting in the room and your attitude in that moment. I personally love to create art because it’s a healthy way of releasing all of the problems that My mind is going into battle with.
I write the most beautiful stories about all of the troubles that I’m facing. I keep telling myself that this disability suit is a powerful gift. It doesn’t feel like a powerful anything except challenges and hurdles. There’s so many times I wanna just give up the coat. Hang up the coat and walk out the door 🚪
i’m trying to be patient. I’m telling myself it’s going to work out. I’m such a beautiful soul and so many people take advantage of that. And I let them, because my energy is so tired from daily challenges that I can’t constantly battle all of the spirits and their shit that’s coming at me too. Feeling like sort of a giving up moment but I’m falling forward.
i’m falling forward into a level of consciousness that reminds me to keep going. My attitude towards challenges has changed significantly because it’s better to go with it than against it. Even though I treat my Instagram like a diary, there’s been hidden gems commenting on my videos and messages to tell me that I help them get through something. If my words and my art are capable of putting passion and motivation into other people, without actually meeting them, that’s a powerful gift. I am blessed for connecting the dots the way that I was intended. I am exhausted but I am humble. I am weak but I am excited about life. I am depressed because I am an empath. I don’t know how to turn it off.
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