Enter

As 2020 wraps up, and the slush of the maddening phases we’re overcoming, including government, Covid-19 pandemic, and our very own issues of survival come to a head, the door is about to open. I welcome it. All of it. Because that door will contain challenges, un-foreseen consequences of what we have done, or not done collectively.

Personally? Well, my door has been closed. Healing has been on the menu. Healing on physical levels, emotional, and mental. As I get ready to open the door, I invite those whom have done the same, to enter: like-minded, supportive, non-judgmental, and spiritually attuned, welcome!

Still working on it? I take my hat off to you, and hope you will continue. Don’t give up. Keep up the good work, and know you’re on the right track. Peace within, starts with you. Peace without, starts with those you know who are willing to grow with you.

Sending out blessings to all, and I’ll catch you next time…

Many blessings,

Sandi

 

Starburst

9.20.2020

I’m feeling like today is a 222 day… the angelic number that picks at me today. Somehow, I think it’s important. This little doodle appeared out of nowhere and I had to draw it out, before it faded. That’s why I’m loving doodling, because it’s divinely guided.

Have you doodled today?

Many blessings,

Sandi

Just draw, don’t think

What’s the point of doodling if you have to ask what it is??

As I go through mental muddy times, I am doodling more.

I am learning not to analyze what the images are, but rather where they inspire me to go… in my head, in my heart?

Have you doodled today?

Many blessings,

Sandi

Art inspires inner fires

I’m not an artist. But these are extraordinary times, that call for extreme measures. Peace of mind; a way for me to express beauty, oftentimes through stress, confusion, and other emotional rollercoasters to varying degrees – led me to divine doodling. My doodling during work meetings, phone calls, and what seemed like boredom, actually led me to feeling inner peace, thereby creating images that capture my moods, emotions, chaos, and a slew of other deep stuff.

O’vehlu: Journey to God. What does this mean exactly? How does it tie in, doodling and the divine? Our individual journeys, lead us to the most sacred of spaces; in our mind, bodies, and souls.

Why am I sharing this?

  • Why not?
  • You don’t have to be an artist to channel creativity, your own divinity through art, or in this case doodling.
  • Would love to explore and hear about others’ experience through creative arts; including all other mediums in the arts.

I look forward to sharing this form of art, because doodling doesn’t require any kind of specialty in the arts. No academic degrees required!

Many blessings,

Sandi