Overwhem to Calm

Sometimes the big picture can feel too much, when we zero in and focus on bits of the big picture we can experience satisfaction as we go and keeping our mind positive, vs sinking into overwhelm.

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We can then also truly appreciate each and every moment in different ways. I used this technique while weeding the garden. We have a large front garden with expansive space for our plants. Looking at “all that needs done” can be easily overwhelming. By focusing on each section at a time, it’s much easier to stay focused on the task, enjoy the moment and get completed much quicker! ✌️

I love macro photography for these similar reasons. By focusing in on a specific area of the plant, allowing a beautiful representation of nature. A focal point that is easily overlooked when looking at the “big picture”.

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As breathing the blossoms on this tree are, when pulled back, can you feel the energetic shift from calm to, a slight increase to overwhelm.

Published by The Healing Artist - Pamela Zmija

Pam is a nature and lifestyle photographer, biz woman, number cruncher, oil lover, healer and most important, a mom and wife. She is passionate about inspiring and empowering mom’s and their families to become the true architect of their life to learn real, simple and affordable ways of positive change in their lifestyle to be healthier and happier… naturally!  Creative and conscious about the value of a dollar, Pam is driven by feeling good!   #lifestylephotographer #doTERRA #EssentialOils #YourLifeAsArtEssentials  #PCOS #MentalHealth #ADHD #ouroilylife #thehealingartist #yourlifeasart #naturephotographer

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