Last week I talked a bit, well okay, a lot, about change. I relayed how my own adventures and travels led to personal growth.
Of course, we don’t always need to up and move across the country to experience change in our lives. Transformation can take place through subtler means.
Sometimes the change takes place first in our minds before we experience it outwardly. This is where I find myself these days. I’ve been immersed in inner reflection and spiritual studies. While these have been a part of my life for some time now, I have recently committed to pursuing and using this knowledge on a deeper level.
As an outward confirmation of my personal commitment to Spirit, I decided to change my physical surroundings. My desk, the centerpiece of my studio, got a makeover.
This is where I work, blog, journal, and find inspiration. My desk was covered with a large Vision Board at it’s center, piles of books, written & visual journals, inspirational quotes, stones, a calendar and a few other odds and ends.
I started by clearing everything off my desk. (It took a while) Then I decided my Vision Board needed an overhaul. It was time for a blank slate.
A nice thick coat of Gesso did the trick.
Paint made it’s way onto the surface in swirling colors creating my new Vision. It is open ended and free.
The only other things that made their way back onto my desk are my current visual & written journals, a pen, a glass paperweight, telephone, and a list of affirmations I am working with for one of my classes.
Now when I sit at my desk I breathe deeply. I read my affirmations. Then I move onto my work free of limiting thoughts as to where it is all taking me.
I am grateful to be able to share the unfoldment of this next part of my journey with you here.
Love & Blessings,