About 20 years ago, I started drawing from my intuition as a way to access inspiration and insight and also to see the parts of myself that were suffering.
When I draw from my deeper unconscious, inspiration often comes. Drawing intuitively always brings me solace. It not only gives my anxiety an outlet, but it tells me greater things about myself.
My intuitive drawings often help me to see things in a higher way, and sometimes they make me laugh.
Doodling your Feelings
"Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent, and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure and a love of play."
~ Henri Matisse
Intuitive drawings can begin as simple doodles that will become more eloquent as you practice. You can use ballpoint pens, markers, gel pens or pastels. Draw for the surprise and joy of the process, without knowing in advance how each drawing will turn out.
If you would like to participate in a free 30-day intuitive drawing challenge you can do so HERE.
I have also created a set of 30 playful expressive arts prompts that provide some structure for your intuitive drawing and painting process.