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My Daily Mantras: Let Nature be your Healer

I have mantras I write on paper almost everyday. It helps with my anxiety to repeat certain phrases over and over again. Sometimes they even crop up in my "art". In this case on a zentangle inspired work on a messy watercolor background. I feel the need to connect with the Universe. To believe in a higher power, in a way. And I also need reassurances that I'm not entirely helpless. Maybe I'll find in nature the inner  peace I long for...

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