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Art as a Spiritual Practice with Whitney Freya

Whitney FreyaWhitney Freya is an up and coming presence in the arena of spiritual teachers and the self-help movement. She is devoted to helping people use art making as a spiritual practice. Whitney works with art as a creative energy medium and powerful portal to connect to the subconscious and Source energy, allowing for new healing insights and personal growth. She is considered a muse for guidance in ways to tap into creativity as a pure language of our souls. She is also a mother of three, an author, motivational speaker, and a creative entrepreneur.

Creativity Features with Whitney Freya

How to Create a More Intentional Life with Your Creative Mind

Are you living "intentionally" or by "accident"? This is the question at the root of the self-help industry, the science of Quantum Physics, and the current Spiritual Movement. This trifecta of human development is all coming to the same conclusion, that our world is what we make it.

10 Ways to Create a Quantum Leap

What is a "Quantum Leap" and why would you want to create one? "Quantum" refers to the "smallest amount of a physical quantity that can exist independently." Quantum physics has observed the quality of energy that enables it to instantly move from one space to another, without a visual transition — it leaps rather than progresses.

The Eight Principles of Design

The principles of design are not the result of a panel of art academics who felt the need to create more rules. The principles of design are the language of our mind's eye, how we visually analyze everything we see. They have been used by artists for centuries to create paintings that successfully communicate their heart's desire, the natural beauty of a landscape, the spirit of a portrait, or the innate element of objects in a still life.

Everything I Ever Needed to Know I Learned Painting

I began my art career as a complete beginner. I even opened an art center without knowing what colors of paint to order for the painting class and NO formal art training. I learned quickly because I had been unexplainably inspired to catapult myself from a sales career to an art career.