Art Remedies for Peace

Art Message , Love Your Body,
Art Remedy for Self Love, Love Your Body by Denise Demaras

 

The creative process transforms emotions and brings clarity and inner peace. Ant the creator as well as the creation can promote clarity and peace too. It is a compassionate communication. A healing and transformational art.

Art Therapeutics are remedies for inner peace fueled by the creative process.These methods and products help process and transform emotions, thoughts and beliefs to affect inner peace.  As tools for change, they help maintain peace as we meet, make, and manage life changes.

Art Affirmation Images

Creating Art Affirmation Images facilitates ease and clarity for self-growth and inner peace.

Creating an art image transforms emotions through the creative process. This process connects us to our hearts. Communication is deep and authentic; it clears the mind and heals emotions. It reveals our truth and our lies. This is how we can process emotions, transform thoughts and change our life experience.

When you are clear so is your message. You attract what you need to make the life changes you wish.

Mindfulness Methods for Change

Sometimes we don’t know what thoughts are preventing a desired change or making a change difficult to endure. In order to find it, we can use mindfulness methods. These are methods to bring awareness to the thoughts that are in  conflict with manifesting or managing a change.

What you think, see and feel will become real

No will power or art experience needed.

Your Thoughts Change Everything.

Change your thoughts to heal your heart and life with clarity, inner peace and vision.

Therapeutics include, Customized Fine Art Remedies, Coaching to Create Change, and Art and Creative Expression Classes for Healing

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