ReVision 16

ReVision16
ReVision16

Dear Tina, Mindful of the crossroads you mentioned in your Vision this week I allowed myself to wander inward and be still with my paint, something I hadn’t done in awhile. This is what centers me and brings me back to myself. It is where I am able to sort through the over stimulation of our fast paced world and pause in the moment; sifting through the pebbles to find the gold~”the joie de vivre” as the French would say. I was reminded of how important it is to find these quiet moments to reflect in our lives after reading the inspiring writing on Lisa Occhipinti’s blog this week. Beautiful! My “compass” is set T. miss you! Laura


ReVision 16 Tina
ReVision 16 Tina

Dear Laura,

When I saw your Vision post for this week I was reminded of a collection I have behind a blind, on a window sill in my bathroom.  I have been collecting objects on my beach walks and are never sure what else to do with them.  As you spoke about space creating positive emotional and physical responses in our own life (which sounds like what feng shui is), I began to wonder how my spaces at home and in the studio create this.  I don’t have an answer for that right now, but you did bring up an important question for me: can our environment change who we are and what we do?  If so, that is very powerful.  I will take another look at this collection of objects in my window sill (as well as the bigger arrangement of ‘stuff’ in my life) and how it all may (or may not) elicit this positive, relaxed, and nurturing environment I hope to have in my home.   Love, tina

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