Art Alchemy Studio



Mixed Media Art by Chaska Peacock

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Pretending




It's occurred to me that as artists we are very fortunate.
We can allow our innermost hurts and pain safe passage through our art.

I find today's OM especially interesting:

Freeing Up Energy
Healing What Hurts

Many of us go through our lives being aware of a well of pain that has been under our daily awareness for so long we aren’t even sure where it comes from. It almost seems as if it’s part of who we are, or the way we see the world, but it’s important to realize that this pain is something that needs to be acknowledged and processed. The longer we sit on it, the harder it is to work through, and the more likely it is that we will be forced to acknowledge it as it makes itself known to us in ways we can’t predict. Rather than waiting for this to happen, we can empower ourselves by identifying the pain and resolving to take action toward healing it.

The very thought of this brings up feelings of resistance in most of us, especially if, on the surface, our lives seem to be in order. It’s difficult to dig up the past and go into it unless we are being seriously inconvenienced by the hurt. The thing is, when we are carrying the burden of our unprocessed pain, sooner or later it will inconvenience us. If we can be brave and proactive, we can save ourselves a lot of future suffering and free up the energy that is tied up in keeping the pain down.


What I so love about PSYCH-K...besides its effectiveness....is that it's such a fast process without any deep anguish which continues to gnaw at us after it has been exposed. http://www.InnerBalanceIntegration.com


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