Not a Waste of Time

A Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania study found that coloring, drawing, and doodling make us feel more relaxed because they activate the prefrontal cortex, which helps control the brain’s reward pathways and contributes to our emotions, decision-making capabilities, and motivation. In this study, the participants were given paper and markers and instructed to doodle in several…

Why Do I Draw?

When I studied art many years ago, I was taught to draw and create beautiful things for others. The process was about pleasing and recognition—not transformation. I struggled with that approach because it placed me outside of myself and left me feeling off balanced, unsure of myself, and discontent. Then one day I came to…

Solving Problems

When Albert Einstein said, “We can’t solve problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them,” what he was referring to was the role of the conscious mind versus the subconscious or unconscious mind. I feel most of the problems today are created when people are in their unconscious or reactive…

We Begin

We begin with scribbling because that is where we began when we were very young. Rudolph Steiner talked about the need to activate all four limbs before the introduction of letters and numbers, because it was a way to prepare the system for learning and improve the potential for success. Drawing symbols such as houses,…

Challenges

Most people have experienced at least a few brick walls and challenges, because they seem to be unavoidable and part of life. So the question is: How do you respond when you hit a brick wall? Do you get angry? Frustrated? Anxious? Or do you stop, go inside and look for the lesson the challenge…

An Evolution in Consciousness

In his video “We Communicate Through Energy” Dr. Bruce Lipton explains that there is an evolution in consciousness taking place removing the past programming of beliefs such as life is a struggle, life is a competition, and survival of the fittest that have often separated us and have not serve us well as a society. Sometimes it is difficult to remove the obstacles in our own minds, due to these long held beliefs.

If you find yourself having difficulty making a change in your life you might want to explore the I Create What I Believe! Program which is endorsed by Dr. Lipton and based on his research. This deceptively simple, fun and scientifically sound tools can help you quickly change your perceptions, and create a more authentic life.