This is for you, the gorgeous goddesses that you are.
Let's get real here: we've been through a lot together, you and me.
We've laughed, we've cried, and now it's time for us to go deeper.
Like, so deep that you'll find yourself asking all the questions you've always wanted to ask—but didn't dare.
It's time to heal, my love. It's time to thrive.
Who are you really? What is your soul really calling you to do? What does true freedom look like for YOU? How can you stand up for yourself and get out of the muck of obligation, needing approval, validation and meeting other people's expectations? How do we heal from emotional abuse, shame, rejection, abandonment or invalidation and start trusting ourselves again?
This journey is about discovering how all of this fits into being an artist—embracing your inner goddess and medicine woman as the individuated artist archetype.
When you feel the artist archetype rising up within you, it's time to take a step back and let her out to play.
Set her free in whatever way she calls to be set free: paint, dance, sing, make love—anything that makes you feel like your most true and authentic self.
You know you're the artist when you can't help but express yourself in any way possible.
Whether you're the one holding the brush or just watching from the outside, there is no denying that you are an artist when art is what brings you alive.
You are the artist.
In your very bones you are a creator, an appreciator of beauty, a lover of life.
For art is more than a painting on canvas or a line of poetry.
Art is all around you, in the very act of breathing, the ocean, sky, a smile and in the eyes – window to the soul.
With every breath you take, you are participating in the infinite creative process that is life itself.
When you love your life, you never go hungry.
Through your artist archetype, you engage the infinite power of truly loving your life and self.
This is what makes art so powerful; it is how we participate in creation itself.
And as long as there are eyes to see and revel in it, there will always be artists creating beauty out of chaos and love out of pain.