Wednesday, August 31, 2016

8-30-16 ~ It's Time for Your Inner Child to Break Free

365 Days of Spirit Art Journaling
Day 21 ~ Freedom
It's Time for Your Inner Child to Break Free




If you have not set your inner child free, it is time.
You will add much joy to your life.


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13 comments:

  1. so dear ~
    i love the lady in the center of the clock, her expression and movement is wonderful.

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  2. Wonderful details and images, the words you added again are great. We should all escape and let ourselves free.
    Yvonne xx

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  3. Oh thank you, yes!

    I have set my inner child free.

    And I am showering her with all the magical and fanciful, which I can find.

    79 years ago, my childhood did not do these things.

    But there is nothing to stop me now.

    My inner child is open to it all. And it is joyful.

    Luna Crone

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  4. Love your clock! I hope you've been having a lovely week. Doing my best to catch up with everyone! :)

    xx

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  5. Wise words and I love that clock Genie.

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  6. Hello, it feels great to be happy and free. Love the clock. Happy Saturday, enjoy your Labor Day weekend!

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  7. Genie I'm always so happy when you stop by and remind me to visit. I love looking back at your posts, you really are such a positive inspiration. Sometimes I get very unhappy about the state of affairs in the world, people seem to be acting in the most violent ways, it worries me a lot. I need to bring out my inner child to play more often :)

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  8. I love the liveliness and positive energy evoked from your art journal page. Blessings!

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  9. I love all the affirmations you made in your art journal page. Blessings!

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  10. I love how you set the clock for just about 3. Just when I get out of work and lots of kids get out school. That's when my arty girl gets to play and be a free spirit. :) Hugs-Erika

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  11. I think it says much about modern life that we use the term 'childish' as an insult.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Just back in Melbourne!

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