Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.

― C.G. Jung

The unconscious mind known for its immense power, is very visual. We have flashes of insights that are images, we have dreams, we have visual memories suddenly return to us. If it just suddenly spoke to us, we would call a doctor. But images are acceptable. The unconscious is constantly trying to communicate to us, through image.

What if I told you that you have two processing powers in your mind and you have probably only utilised one of these powers: language. Well you can double your processing power by learning to use drawing to make your unconscious mind conscious.

Or in other words, to grow in self-awareness.

Thank you for the opportunity to share with you the power of drawing and how it can increase self awareness and resolve complex emotional issues that we all face. Life is complex, and it doesn’t need to be. I will explain to you how you can use drawing to help resolve  the biggest issues you face in life, your unresolved issues.

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hi Corey

they are awesome. one of the most difficult things for the homilist when preparing for the homily is that to find the golden thread between the readings and to find a pearl. in fact, your drawings help me with that. these visuals give me an easy opening  for imaginative reading of the texts

Very cool. Especially love the image for the Psalm and Gospel. Gospel has a beautiful image that is practical and easy to understand and do.

really like the reading of the scriptures and seeing the images being drawn.