I started Mandala Musing: Coloring Book & Journal with a quote encouraging journalers to look within and explore their inner selves. Today’s FREE and FINAL pdf download is take from those first pages of the book.
Since I began journaling, I have become more and more aware of the endless procession of distractions that can take me away from myself, my goals and my positive attitude. These distractions can take the form of anything: Friends, family members, pets, entertainment, media, food, strangers I encounter throughout my day. If I’m not careful, virtually anything can cause me to feel like I’m not myself, but merely a reaction to the world around me.
So, how can I stay centered in me instead of chasing after all the many distractions? This is exactly the question that inspired me to create Mandala Musing. Each of us need a space, or more than one, where we can be completely honest, open and real. We need to express our emotions, all of them, even the ones we might label negative: Fear, hate, envy, etc. We need spaces to explore our creative abilities, even if we believe we’ve been shortchanged in that area.
“Each of us need a space, or more than one, where we can be completely honest, open and real.”
My hope is that you will love the free selections I’ve shared over the past month so much that you’ll want Mandala Musing to be that special, deeply personal space in your life. And, even if this isn’t your thing, I hope you have already – or you will if you haven’t – look for other spaces to delve into the miracle that is you. Explore your inner creative. We all have one, whether we’ve claimed yours or not. Study, learn and write about the most interesting person on the planet …YOU!
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Enjoy my final FREE pdf download from pages 5-6 of Mandala Musing: Coloring Book and Journal.
“As a human being, our greatest accomplishment in life is to learn about and know ourselves. Anyone who tells you differently is either trying to control you, or doesn’t yet know herself.“
The mustard seed, a biblical symbol representing the vast potential held within a small amount of faith, is said to be the smallest seed in size, yet produces an enormous plant when fully grown. Sometimes, I think of myself as a baby and how similar to a tiny mustard seed I was then; stuffed full of so many things bursting to come out into the world. I can see some of the contents of that little seed by my achievements and the people in my life. And I know, by my nighttime dreaming and daytime fantasies, there is so much more. How do I find it all? How do I know what else is hidden, holding its breath in anticipation, waiting patiently to explode all kinds of wonderful upon the world. What’s inside of you, little mustard seed?