Monthly Archives: March 2011

“Talent is genetic. It’s what you do with it that counts” ~Martin Ritt

“Not only will your answers tell you what you missed in the past; they will tell you what you can be doing, now, to comfort and encourage your artist child. It is not too late, no matter what your ego tells you.” ~Chapter 7- The Artist’s Way

 

I have combined chapter 6 and 7 in order to make up for lost time. Chapter 7 intrigues me for it is recovering a sense of connection. For me, this week will be focused on connecting the inner child, the little Krissy inside of me as well as connecting with my world on a deeper level. Also, interestingly enough, this week will also attempt to connect me to my own jealousy–more of that later. For now. Enjoy an Archeological excercise.

1. As a kid, I missed the chance to learn how to dance, for fear of not doing it properly, thus making a fool of myself.

2.As a kid I lacked confidence when among my peers.

3.As a kid, I could have used more love and support from my family

4.As a kid, I dreamed of being famous, prestigious, and a Nobel Peace Prize recipient

5. As a kid, I wanted a(n) imaginary friend

6. In my house, we never had enough communication and understanding

7. As a kid, I needed more attention, care, understanding, and foundational support

8.I am sorry that I will never again see Reina Nash

9. For years, I have missed and wondered about Florida and the loss of love

10. I beat myself up about the loss of self-control, self-confidence, and good judgment

 

🙂 AND NOW FOR THE POSITIVE! 🙂

1. I have a loyal friend in Jackie Feldman, Justin Stephenson, Mary Ellen Fenton

2. One thing I like about my town is that it is within walking distance to the ocean

3. I think I have nice eyes

4. Writing my morning pages has shown me I can “get down” creative genius

5. I am taking a greater interest in a more creative and spiritual life

6. I believe I am getting better at maintaining my inner peace

7. My artist has started to pay more attention to images, sunlight, and little moments in my life

8. My self-care is frowned upon

9. I feel more confident in my success

10. Possibly, my creativity is going to be my redemption for a life of suffering and my biggest proponent of financial and spiritual success


Lo Siento!

Dear Readers,

sorry for the gap in posts. I have been working on several different projects, thus my attention has been divided. But word up to Miss Cameron, for the artist within me is very active.

 

New Post to come shortly!

Peace,
Kris