Taking the time to reflect can greatly enrich your practice. You might realize you can do more of what you’re doing right and learn how to improve weak areas. Undoubtedly, this will expedite progress.
It is called a rose, but it is not a rose. It is so much more.
“…what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Make effort to live a bright and happy life.
“The problem is my thinking, it’s not my body.”
“It’s not your job to like me. It’s mine.”
One of the foundational threads of advice throughout all the art courses I’ve taken is to add details “for interest.” I’ve noticed that small brush strokes here and there add a lot to the piece.
Everything I’ve done based on my “interests” has borne great fruits: teaching, relationships, art, spiritual growth, and writing. When I pursued activities or work based on anything other than an authentic engagement, it never worked out.
“Interest,” it turns out, is essential to true joy.