(New print! Available in our shop)
Ever since letting Marigold + True go (which has gifted me SO MUCH MORE time to allow a new season of creativity and ideas in) I have felt my spark rise up. I feel empowered, energized, and lit up. I’m falling back in love with my life and my work as an artist, and I’m falling into bed in the evenings with a full heart and gratitude for the satisfaction of a day well lived.
I’m reminded of the sacred importance of paying attention to whether or not our energy is consistently lit up vs consistently drained. And to tune in – often – so we can make micro (and sometimes macro!) adjustments until our lives feel rooted in the ways we want them to.
These last couple of years have been a huge learning curve for me. Huge. I invested in myself in many ways, following the trail of resonance here and there, experimenting with this and that, being a student and beginner at so many things (when I’m much more accustomed and comfortable being a leader/boss!). Some of those investments taught me what I don’t want to do or be, which is such valuable information! And some of those investments have been life changing. I’m grateful for all of it.
(Obsessed with this new sticker in our shop!)
As I come into 2022, I have a sense that the last couple of years of transition/investments/experiments/deep learning have served me well, and that now it is time to further alchemize those hard-earned knowings into what I’ve been feeling so much of lately, which is a deep sense of sacred rootedness, clarity, delight, ease, and full-circle moments.
In many ways, I feel like I’m returning home to myself, to the 30-year-old version of myself that was on the cusp of becoming a full time artist, who was lit up with so much possibility, energy, and joy. Those were the days of simple and abundant living, before the burnout, before over-doing and over-scheduling and over-striving. I was just a girl following the path of delights and feeling the gold-bursting and warmest of satisfaction and purpose.
I’m right back there again, but this time with deep down wisdom, and a strong spiritual practice to help lead the way. Perhaps this is the magic of aging. Whatever it is, I’m down for it.
Sending much love,
Hi, I'm Kelly Rae Roberts!
Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint and everything changed.
Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore and nourish their creative souls.
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