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What is in your “cabinet of curiosities”?

page view: Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon

  • What is in your “cabinet of curiosities” that will facilitate your practice — and your ability to overcome your constraints?
  • What are you curating within the intangible museum of your heart?
  • What are you willing to practice {try, fail, learn, repeat} in order to live more of your heart desires?

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constraints: sparkly dares & honesty with ourselves

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full moon art in-progress; I started this piece early as a meditation for closure regarding a personal challenge needing the healing salve of accepting what feel “unacceptable” …

Our lives improve only when we take chances — and the first and most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves. -Walter Anderson

Honesty can be a bit of a sparkly dare. The facts are typically “known” [painfully obvious] and yet the details feel risky and cue overwhelm. Artful meditations and honoring our personal cycles assists with this.

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constraints: facts & allowing your life-stories

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The opinion which other people have of you is their problem, not yours. -Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, On Life After Death

Braveheart, there are times when our own opinions about our-self need to be vetted by the facts. Like the fact that the days of our lives are the proverbial pages of our life stories.

♫♫ Hey you with the pretty face / Welcome to the human raceELO

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the constraints of a problem

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full-moon collage on a template from the Right Brain Planner™ 2017 Planning Kit

I am so thirsty for the marvelous that only the marvelous has power over me. Anything I can not transform into something marvelous, I let go. Reality doesn’t impress me. I only believe in intoxication, in ecstasy, and when ordinary life shackles me, I escape, one way or another. No more walls. -Anais Nin

The moon cycles through its phases each month; waxing from dark to light, then waning to darkness. I have noticed over and over how it coincides with my own cycles: full moon times feel a bit manic … Continue reading