How to Beat Back Fear — Reblog from Dare Boldy

Grow Wild – mixed media on canvas, 12 x 12″ Every time I sit at my studio table, stare at a blank canvas or page in an art journal, I feel the dark, …

How to Beat Back Fear

I have been an admirer of this blog for a while now. Louise has a very no nonsense clarity with the depth of imagination and reflection that really penetrates into the human and feminine condition. I’m at a loss for words to describe how her prolific blog posts are sources of inspiration.

Blogging is one of the best activities I ever decided to do. Meeting other talented writers, artists and authors has been enriching and enlightening.

We are so very connected, all of us.

Thank you to so many of you who have been readers and participants in my life journey through my blog. I’ve been taking a time out right now because it feels right. Too much going on behind the scenes to really put any new writing or musings forward.

My wishes are for you all to be well and thriving. Life is so dynamic and quick. One moment things are one way and the next we have a whole new set of circumstances. I’m learning to find faith in the chaos. I’m learning to dial into my present moment with the some true grace and acceptance, even if for a moment…

I rest in gratitude for all we have here, and all we will walk through. Keep your heads up! You are amazing and marvelous and I am so grateful for you all!

Thank you so much for being here with me!! 💖

6 thoughts on “How to Beat Back Fear — Reblog from Dare Boldy

  1. I wholeheartedly agree with you about blogging. I see my life in many ways pre and post blogging. On many occasions it has been a life saver for me.

    Take your rest and do you however you see fit.

    much love,
    Linda ❤

  2. It’s nice to know you’re alive Ka and taking time to handle the rest of your life. Blogging has been similar for me, full of insights, and heartfelt connections. I’m glad you’re finding moments of peace amidst the chaos. Hugs.

  3. I agree with you on the role and positive impact of having this blogging community as part of my growth and journey of living life. Your post felt so positive, affirming, and full of gratitude to read and feel. Very true that we are so well connected and supported. I love knowing and being reminded of that. You have been in my thoughts often. Sincerely wishing you the best always and happy that you are taking the time as best needed for you. Much Love.

  4. Oh my Ka! Thank you for your kind words and loving gesture. My eldest daughter has two young children. A prolific writer she has found that in the turmoil of this past year, as well as an imminent move, she does not have the heart nor mind space to keep up her writing. The most loving thing she can do for herself is to give herself permission to take the time and space she needs to focus on what needs to be done.

    You are very wise to know what you need and to heed your mind/body/heart’s calling.

    I am grateful you find my words and art inspiring. Many blessings. ❤

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