These were some great tips to avoid letting the thinking mind take over.
Topics Art. They imagine that if they really let themselves go towards what is arising they will get stuck in a never-ending loop of anger or grief or fear.
A unique image that conveys something that is meaningful will always capture an audience. Platige Image artist Kamil Murzyn says: Feelings can often be covered up and obscured by the fault-finding mind. Night and gloom always create a feeling of danger and horror.
This list of ways to approach dealing with difficult feelings and emotions through your creative process is far from exhaustive, but I hope you find some of these tools and suggestions helpful as you continue on your journey of greater and more fulfilling creative and emotional expression.
Blood smears? See more features. Which is a completely fabulous question and one that I have thought about a great deal.
Right on, as always. Mapping out ideas like this can help ensure the concept is clear to the viewer. I have definitely experienced that judgement thing where all of a sudden everything that was fine is awful. Which is the judgmental fear response to intense feeling states.
Thanks Chris, These were some great tips to avoid letting the thinking mind take over. Just so much and no more.How to Process Your Emotions
We are thinking about the feeling. All you need to do is to cry.
I also divide emotions into authentic and inauthentic. And not always what we WANT to be experiencing. Finding the right vantage point can help with the emotion or story you are trying to portray.
Search Articles Search for: Notify me of new posts by email. Nice post: A more skillful way to approach this opportunity to open yourself to feeling as you create is to ask some of the following questions: