When you're feeling stuck, feeling trapped or a lack of inward progress, how might that look? Draw a box and inside illustrate the ways that you are feeling stuck or trappedThen draw ways or solutions that can help get you out of the box Questions What is inside the box?How long have I been dealing... Continue Reading →
Draw or write down a thought that troubles you, or that you are having a hard time withNow draw a stop sign, or whatever you think it would take to stop the thought, illustrating what it might take to stop the thought from taking over You can use any tools, methods or equipment that comes... Continue Reading →
Draw an outline of a typical traffic light, with red, yellow, and green (or google a blank one) Fill in each circle:What puts you on green?What might yellow or amber look like when there could be signs of crisis or distress?What does it look like when you're on red (in distress)?
What is your “key to happiness”? Do you have just one key or are there several? What would be yours? Draw a number of keysWrite or draw in or beside each key with what your “key to happiness” isFill it with images, words, phrases, symbols You can also make this as a collage if you... Continue Reading →
Draw a bowlNow fill the bowl with colour according to how much happiness is in your life Questions Is your bowl filled with enough happiness?Will it last? What will it take to keep happiness in your bowl?When was the last time the bowl was full? Was it ever full?What would it take to make it... Continue Reading →
Outline a head and divide it in half Fill one side with positive thoughts and the other side with negative thoughts
When it comes to emotions, they can feel like they are as big as all outdoors and strong enough to take us over. Or even take us down. Putting it into words can be difficult and feel slightly detached from the magnitude and ferocity that some emotions can cause. Even pleasant emotions can feel overwhelming.... Continue Reading →
There are many pieces that make up who we are. People and pets we love. Things we enjoy doing. Accomplishments we've made. Things that frustrate us. Things that scare us. Things that make us happy. Things that we miss. Emotions we have. Memories we have. What would the pieces of your puzzle have? What brings... Continue Reading →
If you turned the TV on to the… (angry, sad, happy, scared, fun etc.) channel, what would you see?What would the channel show if it was conveying an emotion? How would you know you were looking at sadness? Or happiness?What would you want to see?What would you not want to see?