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“At the root of the chaos of life is a place of calm connecting all things, it is the orange/red ball.”

I spent many years training as a Chios Healer and Master Teacher, which is a relatively new system of energy healing. One of the basic meditational symbols for finding peace and connection to the Universe through this system is that of the orange-red ball. It has become a symbol of calm for me, like a shield to the craziness going on all around me. Do you feel what it is to be the orange-red ball?

Orange-Red Ball is a small original acrylic painting on canvas measuring 5 x 7 x 0.7 inches with unpainted white edges and would be ideal stood on or hung in an altar, shrine or in a meditational space. It features a smooth, flat orange-red ball surrounded by heavy textured blue acrylic, black spirals and tendrils and silver highlights to the background. It has been signed on both the front and back.

This original acrylic painting is available to buy from my website.

Various prints of this painting are also available from my Redbubble store.

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triangle flower mandalaI am not a triangle fan. They’re too pointy and pokey for my liking. I, however, did not decide on the starting shape for this mandala. I let my daughter choose and she picked a triangle. I suppose it didn’t turn out too badly considering. I daresay I could have done a better job of evening it out as well so the middle is less disjointed feeling to me and yet it is what it is.

That middle cluster of triangles is like the muddle in my mind most days, having it’s effect on the outer whole of the flower around it. It has a certain amount of beauty to it, however, and if you look close enough even the muddle is it’s own form of organised chaos.

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flower doodle 2Another ink doodle created in sessions over the course of a few days. It began as a small, five petalled flower as pictured on my instagram feed and grew outwards into this design. I can’t help but feel it would have been better without the black leaf addition towards to bottom of the drawing so why did I include that?

I like to think that these meditational doodles are more about insight than actually producing a ‘finished’ piece, at least they are for me and I think the fact that this dark leaf showed up says a lot about where I have been mentally and emotionally lately. Since doing this drawing the dark leaf has been growing. It is most definitely time for it to be pruned.

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I am still doodling. For the most part my ink drawings are done out of the house when I am in town with my notebook and ink pen. I am finding it to be a wonderful way to relax and get grounded, particularly in the mornings and evenings if I feel like I am in a bit of a muddle mentally.

This one is a page in my Midori Traveller’s Notebook. It began as a single flower and then morphed into a longer, full page design in black ink:

flower doodle

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Zendoodle (2) ~ ink on paper.

Design now available in my RedBubble store in the ZenDoodles category.

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Zendoodle (2) ~ ink on paper.

Design now available in my RedBubble store in the ZenDoodles category.

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Zendoodle (1) ~ ink on paper.

Design now available in my RedBubble store in the ZenDoodles category.

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