Starting Anew

Hi, my loyal readers!

I'm really sorry for not posting regularly and not at all for the past two months. And I really appreciate your loyalty and understanding.

The case is, I needed some time to dive deep into my core being to figure out what's the next thing to do for me.

It wasn't easy, but I had great helpers, GP Walsh being the most substantial one of them. Hence the logo of his wonderful course on top of my side bar.

The Great Spirit literally saved my life through Greg's teaching a couple of times, and provided me with vital help and understanding of Who I Really Am.

Words fail me to express, how thankful I am for that.

And, now, I'm back here and ready to share regularly again. As I'm more in writing than painting right now, there might be more to read than to look at in the next future here. But we'll see, right?

Actually, I have painted (it was more playing with pigments than painting to be honest) last week, so there is something I can show you this time. :)

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And, now, I'd absolutely love to hear, what you have been up to lately. :)

Please, leave a comment with as little as one word or as much as a whole paragraph about what has been in the focus of your attention for the first month of this year. OK?


Indigene Theresa said...

It's this time of the year that has many of us, hibernating and reflecting upon many things. I'm happy to hear that you're on your own self quest! You'll come out of this cocoon, a beautiful butterfly.

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much, Teresa, for your support!

Gina said...

Surely "playing with pigments" is the tue definition of Painting :D Love to see you back :D XXX

Deanna said...

My focus this has actually been focus! I often have a million things on the go but I don't complete a lot of them. So far this year I have been picking what is most important, seeing it through to completion and then moving on. It's working so far!

Jodi Lebrun said...

January, for me, has been a month of reflection and renewal; letting go of past hurts and trying to focus my attention on what I really want to share with the world. I'm making space for whatever is next for me!

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much for your comments, ladies!

Prerna Poojara said...

I am glad you are back. It happens to me regularly. Last couple of months I have been finishing some of my artworks. Rather putting some frosting on them. I thought they were finished. But then.... oh no one fine day I wanted to do a bit of this and a bit of that. And I am glad I did it.

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thanks, Prerna, for sharing!