Do you ever practice in front of a mirror? Words, gestures? Do you just look and truly see just how beautiful you are? Mirrors are not just for narcissistic vanity. They allow us to stop for pause and help us see our inner (s)uperhero; lower case, universal and inclusive.
Amazing things happen within this process. Life becomes a mirror. We are able to see ourselves reflected in others and others reflected within us. Such reflections enables us to see the universal (s)uperhero; change becomes inevitable. see love; feel love; act with love.
#MicrosoftEvent October 2, 2019 New York City, live stream
(link opens in new tab, Microsoft Surface YouTube Channel, My part starts about 28 minutes in, but I personally enjoyed watching the entire thing)
I have grown into a full-time digital inker (see One Year On). I am drawing and writing using the Surface Pro 6 and the Surface Studio 2 as my drawing surfaces. Software, I use, Sketchable, Rebelle 3. My passion to connect and empower people through art remains the same. I use Epson Archival inks coupled typically either a Hahnemuehle or a Sommerset Velvet paper.
We are enough, you and I, and our dreams matter. Each one of us has so much to offer, and this world needs you. My heart, as always, wears on its now digital paper sleeves. I see you. I love you. I thank you. Enjoy!
(s)uper(t)ech heal me open
We move the energies within; breathe it in, and breathe it out. My heart slows its rhythm. My mouth relaxes into a smile. Me, you, standing in front of the mirror; looking deep into our own eyes; seeing the beauty of our own bodies, our own gifts; sloughing off separations of the “Or”. Looking for the similarities in the “And”, we are healed open.
paint much love, always,
Connie Karleta Sales
a.k.a. This Crooked Little Flower
*(s)uper(t)ech is partially based on seeing the superhero – https://crossingenres.com/s-eeing-the-s-uperhero-145749f6e80e – originally published in C(G), 2018 (link opens in new tab) and reflections with Jeremiah, Old Testament, “Heal me and I shall be healed, save me and I shall be saved.” And, the journey of onward growing.
Art ~ Poetry ~ Life
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