Starting a expressive art Visual Journal is one way to bring healing into your daily life. Unresolved emotions and chronic stress are directly connected to illness and health. Using a visual journal can help you to overcome these unwanted effects.
Expressive art journaling can help you to make a deeper connection with your soul. Journals can also help you find purpose and meaning in your live.
Two more pages from the body mapping class I taught to my Visual Journal Meetup group.
Morning time is precious to me. Maybe it’s because everything is still quiet, not yet stirred up by the busyness of the day, not tainted or bruised. The mornings offer me a fresh start, time to make things new again or to take on a new perspective. I love this unspoiled time of day and I have made it a habit to make it mine, to claim MY time and know that it is my most important time of day.
In 2014 I completed the 12 week Artist Way program and started writing every morning, these pages were called Morning Pages and were designed to invite creativity. In 2015 I transformed this practice into something more visually creative. I now use this time as a morning meditation, a time to reflect and appreciate my life.
This last week I mentioned that I write morning pages in my traditional writing journal. Whenever I mention this morning writing, Julia Cameron’s morning pages, as she writes about in her book The Artist Way, […]
There’s a lot of books, presentations, and workshops delivered by people who believe they have the answers, that want to help others navigate life, be successful and solve life’s challenges. I’ve tried to follow their advice, […]
I’ve been playing around with different ways of combining traditional journal writing with visual imaging. This entry uses water-based ink pens and watercolor. I like the way the watercolor combines with the ink to blend […]