Manifesto

AS AN ARTIST, I…

– Practice the art of being vulnerable.

– Practice the art of letting go. 

– Practice the art of unpredictability.

– Practice the art of meaning. 

– Practice the art of creativity. 

– Practice the art of taking risks.

– Practice the art of gratitude.

– Practice the art of getting lost.

– Practice the art of living my truth.

– Practice the art of being open.

– Practice the art of loving myself 100%. Unconditional acceptance of my deeper Self – soul-worth. 

– Practice the art of sustainability. 

– Practice the art of sensitivity to our infinite relations to the universe.

– Practice the art of pure belief. 

– Practice the art of living in the present moment.

– Practice the art of presence.

– Practice the art of listening.

– Practice the art of 360º awareness.

– Practice the art of yielding.

– Practice the art of allowing (like a melting vitamin capsule). 

– Practice the art of curiosity.

– Practice the art of balance. 

– Practice the art of breaking the score.

 – Practice the art of creating and recognizing abundance.

– Practice the art of exchanging energy. 

– Practice the art of vibration. “Vibrating with the equipoise of all my powers.” – St. Augustine

– Practice the art of mind, body, spirit connection. 

-Practice the art of utilizing the unique expression of the combinations of my talents.

-Practice the art of transforming the everyday and ordinary.

-Practice the art of allowing my authentic self to emerge and live.

-Practice the art of pure potentiality.

-Practice the art of revealing myself. 

-Practice the art of speaking my truth. 

-Practice the art of being an agent of change.

-Practice the art of maximizing my mind, body, heart, and soul.

-Practice the art of trusting my instincts.

-Practice the art of embodying love.

-Practice the art of shame resilience.

-Practice the art of asking questions – “that tend to become inner voices of wisdom, guiding us through the turbulent journey of life.” – David K. William

-Practice the art of authenticity.

-Practice the art of daring greatly.

-Practice the art of Wholehearted Living.

-Practice the art of living my Personal Legend. “A Personal Legend is something that only you are called to explore and give to this world. In TDL-speak, I would say that a Personal Legend is your own unique gift that the Uni-verse created you to give to this world.” Mastin Kipp

-Practice the art of utilizing art as a universal language to break through barriers. The Arts may be the most powerful way to affect change, whether political, social, or personal. Mallika Sarabhai

-Practice the art of journeying within: from the head to the heart. From the thinking mind to the feeling wisdom. Letting people see the beauty in everything that’s around them and within them. Knowing that we are one with the universe. Our perception shapes our experience. Don’t you want to take advantage of creating the best version of you and life possible? 

-Practice the art of tuning in to my sense of inner navigation, which will help me realize where I stand and where to go from here.

-Practice the art of living my purpose, giving my gift, and being an embodiment of Light.

– Practice the art of living as an artist: showing the world the infinite nature of the universe and the infinite nature of our beings. Breaking down barriers, boundaries, walls, rules, codes, systems, etc.

– Practice the art of being an architect of my own reality.

– Practice the art of contributing to the Renaissance 2.0 = “the Creative Age of Abundance filled with people who dream and know how to make that dream come true.”Brian Hoffstein

– Practice the art of being impeccable with my word. “Being impeccable with your word is the correct use of your energy; it means to use your energy in the direction of truth and love for yourself…We need to use our words as a vehicle for speaking our truth, for kindness, for compassion, for good-natured humor, for camaraderie, for sharing, for compliment, for art.”Jordan Bates

– Practice the art of taking action. “It is through action that we manifest an expression of ourselves in the world. In expressing ourselves fully and purely, we are doing our best.”Jordan Bates 

– Practice the art of developing awareness and an attitude of forgiveness.

– Practice the art of being an open vessel, letting go and allowing abundance to flow through me – open to my destiny.

– Practice the art of feeling my feelings. “Feeling our feelings IS the portal out of suffering, out of being trapped, out of bondage, out of solitary confinement, out of an unrealized life. Feeling our feelings is what will make us human…this is a place of spiritual mastery.”Mastin Kipp

– Practice the art of speaking with conviction — “to say what you believe in a manner that bespeaks the determination with which you believe it. It is not enough these days to simply question authority…you have to speak with it too.”Taylor Mali

– Practice the art of owning my imperfections.

– Practice the art of updating/upgrading my internal software.

– Practice the art of being Loving: “having boundaries, standing up for what you believe in and not letting people walk all over you. Strong in your conviction, strong in your compassion, strong in your vulnerability and strong in your forgiveness.” Mastin Kipp

– Practice the art of accepting that pain is a part of life. “When we accept that pain is a part of life, we begin to free ourselves from the chains that bind us and thus step into a greater world.”Mastin Kipp

– Practice the art of asking “How can I serve?”

 – Practice the art of owning & sharing my story.

– Practice the art of collaboration. You’ll find that things might get a bit difficult and unruly alone, but if you connect with others, even the most challenging task becomes almost effortless. One toothpick is easily broken, but 50 toothpicks together are as strong as steel. Conjure up this power created by a force of people who all share a common goal. (From a Horoscope)

– Practice the art of turning the mess into a message. “Being of service and taking the wounds of your life and turning them into lessons and sharing your experience with others will do more good to you and the planet than almost anything else.”Mastin Kipp

– Practice the art of Blisscipline — the discipline of bliss. Truly embracing where you’re at in your life right now.Preston Smiles

– Practice the art of Returning Home. “Your home is whatever in this world you love more than you love yourself..”it’s the thing to which you can dictate your energies with such singular devotion that the results become inconsequential….I will always be safe from the random hurricanes of outcome as long as I never forget where I rightfully live.”  — Elizabeth Gilbert

– Practice the art of confident humility.

–  Practice the art of finding Über Bliss. Jill Badonsky

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