Drawing Meditation | Drawings with breath by Lorraine Bonzelet.
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Mindfulness and Nonverbal Activities

Mindfulness and Nonverbal Activities

Mindful Writers, few hours a day give yourself a break from writing for hours and hours on your laptop or in a notebook. Turn your attention on the activities which do not use words. When you do so the universe blesses you with insights and ideas about your work in progress. When you are engaged in nonverbal activities new ideas float, creative sparks ignite as you sit in silence, walk in nature, cook, fold laundry, drive, listen to music, make art, dance, play with clay and so on.

Mindful Writer Lorraine Bonzelet draws breath. Ready with her drawing pad and colored pencils, she draws a line up the page as she inhales, holds the breath for a few seconds as she moves the pencil over a bit. Then she exhales and draws a line down the page. Inhale. Pause. Exhale. Up. Pause. Down. The movements are repeated over and over again until an image appears that appeals to her. Her completed drawing truly breaths. See for yourself! DAY 190 at Online Mindful Writers Group: https://tinyurl.com/ycktmxwn

Lorraine writes, as you draw with your breath, “Your inner creative zone will guide you. Let it do its thing. Feel the creative fire within and embrace it. . . This process sparks creativity”

4 Comments
  • Jennifer D. Diamond

    Such an interesting creative non-verbal exercise!

    July 11, 2024 at 2:44 pm
  • Lorraine

    Non-verbal activities definitely bring creative blessings from the universe. ‘New ideas float…’ yes!

    July 11, 2024 at 4:43 pm

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