Create a Change in Your Life

“If you see it in your mind, you can hold it in your hand.”—Steve Harvey


See in your mind a world of positivity surrounding you. Envision a world where your fears are understood and your dreams are cultivated. This can happen for you – all you need to do is believe it can happen. Creating new things from inspirations in your own mind empowers your self-esteem and creates a more positive outlook on your overall life.  Bringing to light the emotions that you feel inside allows you to connect to others on a more personal level and express thoughts deeper than you had once imagined.

Expressing new ideas allows you to express positivity into the world and release fears and doubts that you have kept hold of without an outlet. Holding negative energy inside will only draw more negative energy towards you. Instead, take those strong emotions and let them out – through poetry, writing, dance, painting or even coloring! Everyone has a story inside of them waiting to burst out, so use an art form to let your light shine through and leave your “mark” on the world.

Art therapy can alleviate stress, help you to overcome fears and let you have a deeper expression of your inner most thoughts. It has even been said to be “as important to your physical and spiritual health as balanced nutrition, regular exercise, or meditation.” – (See more at:

The creations that you make will allow you to create a more positive life for yourself. When you let new things flow out of you, you impact the world in a positive way. With the law of attraction this allows more positivity to flow into your life. With this power you can allow a healthier outlook and room for growth that you may have been previously blocking out due to stressors that you were needing to express.

Allow yourself some time to create something new today, let your inner self come out to the light and be seen. Your will create for yourself a better life in the process.

Art therapy combines traditional psychotherapeutic theories and techniques with psychological, interpersonal and somatic aspects of the creative process and self-expression. - See more at: (Cathy Milchiodi)



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  • Chynna (Sunday, August 14 16 07:18 pm EDT)

    That's a wise answer to a tricky qutoiesn

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