When we start to grow within ourselves, a shift happens. We open ourselves up to higher energies and new people.
We begin to invite people in who are able to up-level our existence. Your strengths have always been there, but you begin to bring them to the surface and allow the best parts of you to shine.
A friend and dear colleague of mine introduced me to Edie Art. We met at the flea market one Sunday afternoon. Edie is warm, engaging, and you can feel that she and her art are one.
There’s something very child-like about her pieces, yet they're rich, deep, and sophisticated. There may be only one line of wisdom, marked in pencil at the bottom of the piece, but it’s enough to move you and touch your soul.
I have her work throughout my apartment. They bring a youthful essence to any space where you can’t help but allow your imagination to flourish. Allowing yourself to dream.
The practice of fung shui teaches us that the arrangement of pieces in living spaces creates balance with the natural world. Energies in our spaces dwell in specific spaces. I have found that using Edie Art to highlight these specific areas of my home has brought the beauty of the art into my real life in new ways.
The newest one I purchased, Recognize Yourself in the Other, is the perfect example of how we attract what we like… or what we don’t like.
Edie recently came out with Inner Child healing cards, and I look forward to getting up and drawing a new card every morning- learning about my inner child, what I was afraid of, how I’ve grown, and what I still have to work on.
Having art around opens up your intuition and expands your perspective to new and different horizons. Getting yourself away from the shoulda, woulda, couldas, and more into the blossoming of what may unfold. Art gives us something beautiful to look at, to inspire and aspire to be.
Create your own. Or collect some Edie Art. It will lift your spirits, color your soul, and help you visualize what you really want.