A conversation with artist and poet Robin Reynolds
As we traverse this path of life on earth, we can get caught up in what happened to us. We can get stuck and become a victim or our own circumstances. We can also choose to shift and transform and look at life as happening for us and pull ourselves up and out of the mire.
We can transform our lives and there are tools to help us get through it.
In the sixth episode of Conscious Life Space’s Conversations, Robin Reynolds shares her poetry, art and personal journey and talks about how she was able to heal and transform her life through creativity. She is an artist, poet, chemist and engineer who speaks her truth and helps other people along the way. In this episode, we even have the privilege of a performance of her poem Middle-Aged White Women. Join me in conversation with Robin to get inspired and #learnwithme.
She/he joins me to discuss healing and transforming trauma through art. We talk about the value of art, memory, creation, poetry, trauma and so much more.
Healing from the trauma that is life
Whether you have been feeling overwhelmed with life or can’t let go of the past, have a listen. In this interview with Robin Reynolds, you’re going to gain some insights into the healing and transformational process of art and creativity.'Just start...it's more about the process than the product.' Robin's advice to help you get started #art #trauma #healing #podcast Click To Tweet
Truth, Memories & Love: Art as a Healing Path, a conversation with Robin Reynolds
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Some topics we discuss
Healing & transformation
Value of art
Being a middle-aged white woman
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Links from the interview
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Robin Recommends the following Books
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