Creating Something Out of Nothing

This is a moment to reflect on what it means to reinvent yourself. Taking time to breathe new life into your life.  Sometimes recharging our lives feels like we are creating something new out of nothing left.

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Isn’t it painful to see how nervousness and stress can suppress your ability to express yourself, take risks and do the things you really want to do? Stress zaps the success right out of your nervous system.

It exhausts you completely and flattens you out. Stress can suck the spirit out of your day without you even knowing it.

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Or worse yet – stress can show up and weight you down so that it’s difficult to get moving- to the point that you’re not growing anywhere.  You can feel it manifest when you are stagnant and stuck in a rut.

As you get older you tend to lose more of that inspiration, spirit, energy and enthusiasm you had in your youth because the so-called demands of living get in the way of letting you design the life of your dreams.

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Redirecting your energy is not easy, but it’s not impossible. It begins the moment you realize that you need to do something more, something different, something that feels more ignited. You are responsible for flicking that switch, for breathing new spirit into your life. When you do, you will realize that – fresh, new spirit turns into inspiration and energy that will take you to new places.

All of a sudden you are creating something out of what was once nothing.

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That “something” starts with an idea. The ideas that have yet to be born in your mind. The ideas that you need to give birth to, those ideas. You see, the most unique thing you have is the ability to think your own authentic thoughts.

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Revel in the vastness of new ideas and creative inspiration.

 

Featured Art

Bruno Pontiroli

From the artist. . .

Imagine a world based on a different logic; a universe composed of the absurd and paradoxes. 
A dream in which plane crashing into clouds and snowmen model with a human body using flakes of skin. 
My love is turning to the narrow view of the world while we are in the world. 
Distorting a symbol or mixing opposing universes allows me to question the identity of things so that I can reinvent them. 

 

 

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