Though I am not a writer, I think I am suffering from a writer’s block. To be more precise an “amateur writer’s block”. My trend of thought being so comatose disabled me from featuring something special or interesting on this blog for the past few days. And since I seem to suffer from this condition, I decided to shut up and just revisit my Secret Garden coloring book this weekend.
plants thrive in my secret garden! yay!
This old coloring book has been my laxative-like remedy each time my brain’s sewer line is clogged. Here’s the page I finished.
failed to do my weekend chores because of this! LOL!
I read somewhere that writing a crappy post such as this one is much better than not writing at all. I hope my loony trend of thought will soon be declogged and feature something interesting soonest!
Here are three additional tangible pieces that are the end results of my recent brain breaks.
my first mandala
one tree and eight owis
These can be the additional art pieces which can be exhibited in my imaginary museum.
Humanda ka nashonal myusiyum, hir ay kam… balang araw…
Here are three additional art pieces that is the fruit of my recent brain breaks.
still can’t believe i made this…
love your own…
i know my color wheel…
The Secret Garden coloring book has definitely made my time and concentration within a relaxing bubble. Choosing the right shade of green, avoiding going over the lines and slowly filling up the page has at least temporarily fades my intense concerns. It shuts me off from the rest world and brings me to a different level of calmness.
And it is good to know that based on neuroscientific research, Art Therapy to human beings can physically change, grow and rejuvenate the brain. Another benefit of this activity is that, it unplugs me and kept me away from the world of the worldwide web for some considerable time.
Pang myusiyum talaga ang peg!
My presence into the world of internet has been reduced for the past week. This is because I have been busy utilizing my brain’s right hemisphere for the past few days.
No, I have not been reading a book but instead – believe it or not – I have gone crazy with a coloring book. I know it sounds like another childish silliness, but this coloring book seem to relax me.
the book itself, uncolored, is gorgeous!
my first venture!
Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book by Johanna Basford has so far been completely entrancing! It has been the book that surprisingly calms me and at the same time enabled me to squeeze a lot of my creative juices.
I have yet to know or read an actual science that proves coloring in a coloring book makes the person happier or reduce stress. But for me, it has been an effective tool for a blissful meditative escape from stress and pressures of daily life.
flowers and the “ipis” (as per nengkoy)
my next project…
And after finishing three pages by simply coloring away to my heart’s content, I was chilled out to realize that there exist some creativity in me. This book is so engrossing, it is like being so immersed in your own Secret Garden…
Aminin! Pang Nashonal Myusiyum ang gawa ko!