Inspired Action: A Growing Ink Drop πŸ–ŒοΈ


An ink of inspiration hits the water.

The ink of inspiration disperses rapidly. It meets no resistance due to the ink’s low viscosity in water!

The ink of inspiration is relentless in its pursuit of spreading color!

As the ink of inspiration builds momentum, it sparks color in everything it touches.

Intuitive Message

Take inspired action! ✨

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  1. Inspiring.

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  2. “As the ink of inspiration builds momentum, it sparks color in everything it touches.”….it’s just not brilliant….the words simply flow in you….deep within….lovely artwork as well, Linda….always inspiring ✨❀️

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  3. Ok, I love this! But I also have to say that sometimes inspiration can meet some of the cutest resistance ever- one’s own incredibly adored children. And lack of sleep. 😫 Sometimes I feel like my inspiration needs caffeine to stick around more than I do, and since I haven’t been able to have anything with caffeine in it for 6 months… it’s a miracle some days that my inspiration isn’t on life supportπŸ˜‚

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    • Thank you, Ariana!!!! ❀

      Haha, reading your comments, it feels like there is naturally an abundance of inspiration to draw from. I relate, our inspiration needs 'life support' or a boost of energy! Self-care and a nature walk recharge my creative batteries. Or else, it feels like I'm drawing from barren land. 🀣

      Good day, wishing you and your family well!!!

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      • I really love nature walks too! There something deeply revitalizing about being able to breathe in all of the beauty that abounds in nature. Sometimes it gets harder for me to do nature walks this time of year because it’s not as easy to be outside where I live because temperatures often soar above 110 during the day. Tony struggles to be outside for very long in those temperatures without overheating, and I don’t do so well with them that high either now that I have POTS (higher temperatures increases the struggle my autonomic immune system has with regulating my heart rate). But we can still get out very early in the morning and I am glad because it is truly restorative.

        I hope you have had a good week and that your self-care has done everything for you that you needed it to! πŸ’œ

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      • YES! Going into nature IMMEDIATELY relaxes me! I just want to hug nature’s energy. Wow, 110 degrees is way too hot, I’m glad you found a way around the heat for you and Tony. Walks in the morning are such a good way to kick-off the day. It wakes us up and puts us in a good mood — so many endorphins!!! πŸ™‚

        Thank you… it was amazing! Got to spend time with my family, learn new things (i.e. read the New Earth), do my internship… was great! I hope you are finding a time to self-care as well. You are a strong sailor despite the wind that keeps knocking on your boat. πŸ™‚

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      • I’m glad you got to spend time with your family! I am doing the best I can with the self-care, the Lexapro thing was a disaster because it raised my heart rate and intensified my anxiety to the point where it felt like caffeine on steroids, so I’m feeling pretty good today being off of that despite everything. I am currently doing interval training with a jump rope with a rainbow bead jump rope I bought off of Amazon many years ago while I try to coax Tony into cleaning his toys. A person is never too old to revisit the simple joys of childhood. ☺️ I used to love jump roping, I find it very relaxing, though I currently don’t have quite the endurance I used to but I am working on that! Wishing you another fabulous and amazing day πŸ’œ

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      • Hi Ariana!!!! I love how we have large conversations, LOL! I love my family, my mom and I made Asian onion pancakes today. I just started a Psych class, and today’s biology lesson bored me to death! But usually, it’s interesting and the instructor is hilarious! πŸ˜‚ Oh noooo!!! That sounds like a very stressful reaction. It’s a bit like the medication pinball metaphor you wrote about, trying to find the perfect “SPLAT” that will shoot out the ball of anxious adrenaline running through you. 😦 I hope your doctor and you eventually find the pinball that shoots out the bullets of adrenaline firing through you! It sounds very stressful, but jump roping sounds amazing, its staying proactive! I’m also laughing because it seems like a light-hearted contrast to what is a very stressful time! I hope it’s bringing some light-hearted energy into your life. It’s always awesome to do activities that reignite the inner child… I really hope I always connect to my inner child, even when im 80 years old! Yes, I’ve had a very work-oriented (intern, class, goals) day balanced by work and family. I feel a bit stressed but also very, very blessed. πŸ™‚

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      • Onion pancakes sounds very interesting and savory. I was raised with pancakes that were only very sweet… But sometimes I think it is good to shake things up. Too much sweet stuff in the diet seems to make sweets lose a bit of their magic.

        It does indeed sound like you have your hands very full! I will try to edit me and my responses down a bit πŸ˜‰ so that I don’t add to your stress. My medical situation is complicated, at this point I am doing okay as long as we can get me to sleep. During the day mindfulness is enough (as long as I am able to sleep the night before, if I can’t sleep my mind is a bit more disordered and chaotic) and easier to attain because I have many things I’m doing. It is at night when I’m laying down that I struggle to shut it off, that ever raging whirlwind in my mind, so right now probably the approach is going to be finding the least harmful option for letting me sleep. Which right now I think is an antihistamine. And I highly endorse embracing whatever makes you happy at any age regardless of how childish others may view it for a certain age. I’m currently hula hooping. Another thing that relaxes me and makes me happy… Not giving it up either unless my body makes me 😁 I’m wishing you the very best with your busy schedule and your internship!

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      • Omg!!! Do you call them flapjacks or pancakes? Actually, we made sweet Chinese pancakes too!

        Thank you for being mindful! I can do the same for you! The letters of ANTIHISTAMINE have STAMINA in it… so I hope you have the STAMINA to endure the stress! Sleep and being child-like is amazing for stress! I am learning about stress right now on Udemy! Let me know if you ever want any fun & basic facts about coping with stress. I’m glad you have the mindfulness practice throughout the day! It does sound like your days require lots of mental toughness and STAMINA!

        LOL!!!!!!! Hula-hooping is awesome!!! Jump ropes, hula-hoops, and yo-yos. Thank you, I’m wishing you best on the journey to finding the best stress-alleviating practices! Be well, Ariana. πŸ™‚

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