When times are stressful, I think it is important to find time to be creative. Why? When we are being creative or problem-solving we activate our conscious mind and in the process we also are able to reconnect with our authentic nature.
I would like to share this short video with you today because the beauty and ingenuity of Theo Jansen’s work I found to be inspiring and uplifting. Theo Jansen, the Dutch creator of these amazing machines—where nature and technology meet—calls them “Kinetic Sculptures”.
What is equally amazing is these sculptures are made completely of recycled items. The ‘stomach’ of the sculpture is made with retired plastic bottles that capture the air pumped by the wind. To harness the wind, Jansen employs bicycle pumps, plastic tubing and rubber rings! Wow!
Would you like to ignite your own creativity and generate some new creative fun?
If you do, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB! art activities and videos for FREE, because they are a simple and scientifically way to activate your own creativity and your conscious mind. In the process, you will also move out of fear and reaction and into responding to life from your authentic nature and conscious choice.