How to not mind mindfulness

Here I sit, wondering why I feel so anxious, so on edge. After all, I am reading through an extensive archive of mindfulness quotes on a reputable website for mindfulness practice. These are quotes written by sages, masters, gurus and coaches reminding me how to be calm, how to find serenity, inviting me to remain […]

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A finger to the cosmic pulse

A daily practice of mindfulness will support the artist to find the gentle courage and calm perseverance necessary to safely navigate unchartered realms.

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Find your own way

Wild-eyed wonders about harnessing intent, a visionary artwork in The Wild-eyed wonders Collection for daily mindfulness practice through Artful Contemplation

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What you see is what you get

Linger longer. Peer in. Dive in. Tune in. Turn in. The slow looking of Artful Contemplation offers the opportunity to see things afresh, from many sides.

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Captured states

State Capture, digital artwork by self-taught South African artist Lanon Carl Prigge from The Mind the Matrix Collection (2019). South Africa is a land of great contrast. The microcosm and the macrocosm reflect each other in this contrast. The environment ranges from snow-capped mountains to lush subtropical coastline, sandy desert to thorny savanna, verdant winelands […]

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Moving eyes, still mind

We read the world with our eyes more than any other sense. Wandering through an artwork can be a meditation of the eyes, like walking a labyrinth in the visual fields of being.

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Invest in yourself

A daily mindfulness prompt that puts the emphasis on self-investment

Invest in yourself with Artful Contemplation and give yourself permission to peer into the great beyond with a sense of adventure and possibility And where the impulse is felt strongest, to actually transgress the boundary and enter into the unknown.

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Linger longer

Linger longer. The art of contemplation requires slowness, a slowing down from the usual pace of daily doings.

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Peer in, reach far

Peer in, reach far. The artist’s effort is that of continuously falling into the gap of unknowing. Buy this intricate artwork for daily mindfulness.

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