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    Of course, you can use any colors that you like. The example was made using five colors of craft acrylic paint that cost a total of $2.50 (plus tax). I did this to show that you don’t have to spend a lot of money or buy a lot of different paint colors to have the intuitive experience that this activity offers.
    #expressyourpsyche #paintblot #inkblot #intuitiveart #expressivearts #useanycoloryoulike
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    Gail Moser

    Art-making experiences like today’s Express Your Psyche activity are designed to help you to express what is happening inside your body, and your psyche. To get it out and into a format that you can see and touch and connect with. Trust that you will tap into your body and your intuition through the process of making expressive art. Know that it will bring you the results that you need – in its own way, and its own time. Understand that this is much more about the process than it is about the product; however, you may find that if you enjoy the process or benefit from it, you will like the finished product.
    After you complete your artwork, put it in a place where you can see it! Even if that means taping it to a wall in the garage, or to the mirror in the bathroom. You will view it by chance sometimes, and look at it on purpose at other times. Try standing several feet back to get some perspective. Then get very close to be sure you see every detail. Live with it in your space for a few days to find out what it has to say about what is going on inside of you.
    Insights into your health or life may come; you might get an impression of something you can’t quite put your finger on; a heretofore unknown medical word or phrase may pop into your head; or you may realize one day that you know something that you didn’t know before about what is happening in your body. Listen; take notes. Compare one piece of art to another. Take it all in. Ponder it actively or let your unconscious deal with it. Reflect at the end of a week, month, year. It all works, and it’s all good.

    #expressyourpsyche #paintblot #inkblot #intuitiveart #expressivearts #tuneinwithart
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