Themes

Meditative creation can be explored in many different ways. A popular option is to use nature as inspiration. Nature motifs offer a variety of shapes, colors and textures that can help us focus on the present and let ourselves be guided by our intuition.

Small worlds

On watercolor paper, I bring to life abstract worlds that recall the imaginary worlds created when I played with my oldest son as a child. These creations, full of colors and fluid shapes, are my way of connecting with those precious memories. Each work bears a red dot, a symbol of our infinite love and my son's special words: "I love you mommy to the infinite red dot." Since his passing three years ago, this practice has become my refuge and my path to process the loss and move forward in my grief. Through these abstract landscapes, I celebrate our eternal connection and find peace in creative expression.

Stones

Stones, in their stability, strength and timelessness, are central to my act of meditative creation. Each stone, with its unique texture, shadow, and light reflections, offers me an opportunity to connect deeply with the present moment.

Patterns

In creative meditation, patterns play a crucial role in achieving a state of mindfulness. By creating patterns, I synchronize the repetitive rhythm of my work with my breathing, which helps me release tension and focus on the present. This process, focused more on the experience than on the final result, promotes deep relaxation and improves my ability to concentrate.

Imaginary landscapes

Imaginary landscapes are another source of inspiration in my meditative practice. When creating these landscapes, I immerse myself in my inner world without following strict rules. They can be landscapes based on real places or completely born from my imagination. What is important is the creation process itself, enjoying the freedom to express and explore without the pressure of achieving a specific result. This approach allows me a deeper connection to the creative moment and fosters a more genuine and liberating mindfulness experience.

Flowers and plants

Flowers and plants are essential elements in my meditative creation practice. These natural elements, with their beauty and harmony, are not only pleasing to the eye, but also serve as a powerful source of inspiration. Creating images of flowers and plants is not just an aesthetic act; It is a way to connect deeply with creativity and express gratitude for the natural beauty of the world.

By drawing these motifs, I immerse myself in a state of calm and relaxation, where each line and each shape is a reflection of the serenity that I find in nature. This practice not only helps me relax, but has also sharpened my ability to be present and truly appreciate the natural environment around me. Through this process, I have discovered that representing nature is also a way to understand and connect with it on a more intimate and conscious level.


Animals

The animal kingdom is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for meditative creation. I think animals are beautiful, fascinating and can create a feeling of calm and relaxation. When I paint or draw animals, I feel like I create a deeper connection with both animal life and nature, which gives me a greater understanding of life as a whole.

Planets

I have been fascinated by the universe since I was a child. Space as a motif is a very grateful theme for meditative painting. It is as if it offers a natural place to find inner peace.


I don't let myself be limited by reality, but rather freely fantasize about what the universe and the planets look, sound and feel like.

Blank empty picture frame mockup on gray cement wall.

Album

I collect my creations in albums, as it allows me to reflect on my development, not in terms of technical skill, but in delving deeper into the creative process. It's like creating a visual journal that tells the story of my Meditative Creation journey.

Hand Drawn Rectangular Frame
Square Frame Illustration

Collage

Collage involves joining different materials, such as paper, textiles, photographs and other objects, to create a new image or composition. Collage can be a great way to express yourself creatively, explore different ideas, and express your feelings and thoughts non-verbally.


I like to create paper dolls and imagine their inner world.

Binding of sketchbooks and activity books

Creating a sketchbook can be a meditative activity in itself. When binding the book or decorating the cover, presence in the moment, attention to detail, patience and precision are required.


Using a sketchbook as a meditation tool means letting your creativity flow without judging or censoring yourself.

I also put together my activity books by hand, and that process also serves as a form of meditative creation for me.

Creative gifts

Your meditative creations are not only meaningful to you, but can also be a great gift for your loved ones.


When you give a gift created by yourself, it is a way to show your love and commitment to the other person. It is also a way to share your creativity and passion with others.


You could try one of the various online services that offer the ability to put your designs on products such as mugs, pillows, bags, sweaters and cards, among others. In addition, you have the option of printing your designs on special sheets to transfer them using heat.

Woman Wrapping Gift
Greeting card mockup blank paper card for wedding. invitation card, Flat lay, top view photo mock up

“You are heaven. Everything else is just the weather.”

“You are heaven. Everything else is just the weather.”

Greeting card mockup blank paper card for wedding. invitation card, Flat lay, top view photo mock up

“Quiet the mind and the soul will speak.”

Just as a snake sheds its skin, we must shed our past again and again.

Invitation or Greeting Card Mockup

"Waking up means seeing our confusion more clearly."

_Rumi

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