Have you ever heard someone say I wish I could tell my 15 year old self what a incredible journey my life would lead me too? I guess we have all struggled and felt pain within ourselves as we built identies, with our Art. And each day I remind myself to find peace in my creativity. And finding peace with your Creativity will allow your art to grow.
But what is finding peace within your Creativity? And how does one filter out all the other messages that cloud the reception of the creative mind? These messages that I talk of are the ones that hold most Artist back from obtaining a satisfying life in which they utilize thier art to create income.
I find it amazing that some of the most successful people I admire have spent the least amount of time in College classes. Why is this? Is it because college has no courses aimed at Creativity awareness?
So perhaps these entrupaneurs that I admire have learned the lesson of creativity awareness on their own. I found for myself personally the most rewarding time spent in Collegeite courses was when I was studying with a agenda. And that agenda was to allow myself to learn to create. Allow yourself to create is a big statement it's vague and encompasses a inner chain of thought.
Is it a day where the sun gently warms your arms is it when a sparrow lands next to you and you find comfort in the sound of its wings message? I think it's something different for everyone. Some people just haven't allowed themselves to find peace inside their heads yet. They struggle with the constraints of life, job, Relationships and all things material.
Creatives must learn to engage freedom of thought to best utilize the combined strength of Art into entrepreneurship.
I am learning to let myself find peace within my Art. What I learned by this is just about everything out there in life reflects peace as long as I allow it to remind me of the inherit message. And through this my Art has flourished and grows daily.
As I was falling asleep my wife said to me " you know they say in space there is no time." I responded sleepily what do you mean? She relied " people who space travel say the concept of time is a earthly conception." I thought for a bit and then fell gently to sleep next to her knowing that all was well with the world and that in space time did not exist and I love that and I love the way she calms my head. Finding peace is allowing it to find you.
I am a Kansas City Portrait Photographer my name is Kimberly Pimentel and I create contemporary Portraits that capture a moment and create a lifetime piece of Art.
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