Something new for #foundinspirationsfriday – a video spark of inspiration for you.
Each morning I mark my entry into the studio by lighting a candle, and some incense. With each flame I set my intention to show up in my entirety, in service to dharma.
It’s a sacred ritual, there’s no doubt about it. For me, it’s a demonstration of my commitment to the work. If I’m just here to check in on the computer for emails and what not, then of course I won’t light the candle and only the scent of the previous day’s incense will linger to remind me of the nature of things.
Lighting a candle in church is an intention to pray for someone : This studio is my church, this work is my prayer.
What flames will you ignite today? How will you connect with your dharma?
Have you downloaded your free guide to creating your own Found Inspirations practice? It’s so quick and easy, anyone can do it anywhere. But it’s powerful, too – and an ideal way to begin art journaling and get those creative juices flowing!
@juliegibbons Your technique definitely resonates with me. It came right at a time when I was searching for a daily practice, too. Thanks!
— kimswitzer (@kimswitzer) April 1, 2013
Don’t forget to use the hashtags #foundinspirations and/or #foundinspirationsfriday if you’re sharing your work, so I can see it.