ART-- Accepting, Regaining and Transforming fosters greater well being. Accepting whatever happens I show thanks for all things including the mystery. Regaining I treat all things as sacred. Transforming activates my full potential, possibilities and purpose.
There are so many forms of ART and ways to be an artist. Accepting what is true, Regaining this truth and Transforming this truth to be of greater service.
Rumi once acknowledged, “there are hundreds of ways to kneel down and kiss the ground.” This for me is a natural remedy for my “dis-being-at-ease” or mental disease. I sometimes visualize a vibrant white light with mystical power mending my broken heart.
Accepting this truth is my first step toward liberation. Accepting whatever arises gives me new possibility toward greater freedom.
Regaining is truly showing up to awaken to the rewards of here and now. We are at critical time where the spirit of earth is knocking at our individual and collective doors. May we regain by opening our heart to a greater reverence for life.
When I transform my attitude I create new opportunities. This insightful transformation is another artful step.
Quieting my mind and listening to my heart is how I have been transforming my stress to see the opportunities it creates. If I can show up with the good and bad while treating them as equals. Showing up to what transforms my heartbeat I can learn how to manage it and reverse the damage stress and worry can cause. I believe the all wise and enlightened being have found peace this way. If I can transform my consciousness to find my heart, the more grace and inner peace I can cultivate.
The power of ART allows us to mend our broken hearts. Just accepting difficult circumstances allows me to better go forth. Regaining lessens my stress and anger and leads to my greater well-being. This then transforms me with greater wisdom.
ART engages my heart, body, and mind into balance. Quieting my mind and accepting my heart regains enthusiasm and transforms my worst shadows. ART provides me with the courage to be present to even the greatest things that haunt me. Whether things are a blessing or a curse, Rumi writes about ART when he said;
Be grateful for. whatever comes.
Because each has been sent As a guide from beyond.