Spirituality & Health

 

S&H March 2018

Head over to a grocery store or health food store and pick up the March/April 2018 issue of Spirituality & Health Magazine. One of my watercolor and gouache paintings is featured with a very interesting article about protecting our ‘Flow’  by Allan Hamilton MD. 

Protecting the flow is an ever important aspect of the creative journey. Specially in our social media times where attention vampires are everywhere trying to drain every second of our focus and addict us to multitasking. In fact, halfway through writing this I got up to do the dishes and clean the bathroom before I realized I had lost my focus for the writing. Multitasking is a habit I’m trying to wean myself away from as much as is realistically possible in my daily life, and definitely in my studio time and art making process.

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Many of you know that creative practices take a lot of work and energy, hours upon hours. It’s not magic. Sometimes I have to uninstall Apps for a while to focus on the work that I love and have been doing since I was a kid simply because it filled my soul back up with joy after a long day or a difficult time. As well as to regain the clarity that living on this Earth is a one-of-a-kind opportunity.

with smiles,

– Yan

https://spiritualityhealth.com/

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Yanuary Navarro

Draw Grow Smile is written by Yanuary, a maker of illustrations, stories, cartoons & designs. Find her full portfolio at www.yanuary.com

2 thoughts on “Spirituality & Health”

    1. I picked it up one day years ago when I wasn’t feeling great because I saw the main cover had an article about contentment. I’ve been a fan ever since. There’s a lot of inspiring and motivating content in there.

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