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Your Artistic Mindfulness Personality Type is…

The Artistic Voyager


What this means is:

As a Artistic Voyageryour artistic journey embodies the ebb and flow of creativity. At times, you are captivated by the thrill of exploration and embrace the unexpected twists and turns that arise in your art. However, moments of self-doubt and frustration also cross your path, causing you to question your creative abilities.

In your life, this curious and seeking mindset may show up as a constant desire for growth and improvement. You are open to trying new techniques, styles, and mediums, always seeking to expand your artistic horizons. However, this constant exploration can sometimes leave you feeling unsettled or lacking a sense of direction. You yearn for a deeper understanding of your creative process and seek to transition from occasional bursts of brilliance to a more reliable dance with inspiration.

One big mistake Artistic Voyagers may make is…

becoming overwhelmed by the multitude of artistic interests and the fear of not having enough time to excel in all of them. With a constant desire for growth and an insatiable curiosity, they may find themselves spread too thin, trying to learn and master numerous artistic techniques and styles simultaneously. This can lead to a sense of artistic restlessness and a feeling of never truly finding their artistic voice.

for example…you may say to yourself:

  • “Sometimes I feel so overwhelmed by all the possibilities”
  • “I can’t sleep because my mind is constantly filled with art ideas”
  • “I’ll never have enough time to pursue all my interests and ideas”
  • “I feel stuck in a cycle of constantly starting new projects but never finishing them”
  • “I’m always jumping from one artistic interest to another and never fully mastering any of them.”

If left unchecked, this overwhelming pursuit of new interests and the pressure to excel in all areas can hinder their creative development and hinder their ability to find fulfillment in their artistic practice. Instead of embracing the joy and depth that comes from exploring a specific artistic path, they may constantly feel the need to move on to the next exciting prospect or compare themselves to others. This can lead to a cycle of self-doubt, frustration, and a lack of grounding in their artistic journey.

Thankfully there are some practical and achievable steps you can take…

to avoid those outcomes and mistakes. You have the power to overcome self-doubt and hesitation in your artistic process.

Here’s what you can do to almost immediately start embracing your creativity with confidence and joy, allowing your unique artistic voice to shine through. 

It all begins with acknowledging your self-critic and releasing those negative thoughts. And we’d love to share more…here’s what to do next:j

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