Describing Invisible Stuff

Describing Invisible Stuff

Reflections of an Artistic Mystic

Shelley Irish, 5/22/19

This week I worked on the copy for a new video about having conversations with your own body, the copy for a video describing how I do oracle card readings, and I revised some of my copy for my new oracle card online listings. Copy, copy, copy! πŸ’“πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’»πŸ’“

Most of my work starts in the invisible realm and some can stay there. In my healing through art demos, I advocate staying in the invisible realm – the realm of feeling, sensation and art, as long as possible before entering into cognitive function to maximize brain health. Engaging in cognitive function is anything involving naming, labeling, and assessing. Using the cerebral cortex for cognitive function is how we spend most of our waking hours. Intentionally staying in the invisible realm, where the amygdala is prominent for brain function, lets us engage with and process our emotions and creative, abstract energies.

Describing these things is interesting to me. It feels like because the aforementioned 2 parts of the brain exist in such different dimensions, the translation can sometimes get tricky. It’s been a week of taking extra time and finding the right flow energetically before the words come. 🧠

And the honeysuckle that grows in the forest at the of the street is blooming ~ 

I hope you have a great week, 

Shelley