soul journaling

Posted on June 4, 2013, by ,In holistic health, soul journaling No comments

this semester is Holistic Spirituality and one of the fun things we get to do is keep a journal. I am excited about this. I actually do this as much as I can. I do collage and painting for fun and to feed my spirit. Sometimes I meet up with a couple friends to do this and other times, I do it alone. It feeds/fuels me, ignites me, recharges me and gives me an outlet for hopes, dreams, wishes, prayers, intentions, etc.

I want to begin this semester by including a collage that I did recently. It is colorful and reflects my wish to become a living prayer.

become a living prayer

become a living prayer

The colors in this excite me and speak to me deeply, as do all the images of playfulness, meditation, mothering, standing in the sand and of the “be your own guru” Buddha that takes up so much space on this poster paper.

My intention is to actually use a journal and do it up in all these ways that I do for my usual collage projects. That might be difficult since I tend to like to paint on everything! (See image below to see what I mean)

the door to the privy

the door to the privy

That is the door in my living room (the door to the bathtub.) I have this thing for Kwan Yin and I have her everywhere. This past December I decided it was time to paint the door and what better painting than Kwan Yin. I painted her in under a work day and it pleases me to see her life size on my door. This is what I mean, my life is my art and my art is my life but I will try to contain it into an actual journal. That will be more portable and easy to deal with. As it is, I have so many posters and paintings around that I need a gallery or something to house them.

I invite you to seek inside yourself for a soul stirring journal entry. What is burning and alive in you? I look forward to finding out. 🙂

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