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Meditating in Watercolor

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4 Responses

  1. Dr Venus john says:

    the double hibiscus painting is beyond amazing..thanks

    • Namita Kulkarni says:

      Thank you so much Venus I had a really interesting time painting that one. Getting lost in all those pink and red details of the petals 🙂

  2. Lisa says:

    I love this! Cooking and cleaning are my go to meditations, I get completely in ‘the zone’ and often come up with great ideas or process heavy stuff while doing these actions, on my own, quietly or sometimes while singing which can also be meditative. I feel when you are really present in anything, that it is meditation. I love seeing your progression of watercolor since you started and you have inspired me to do some watercolor today!

    • Namita Kulkarni says:

      That is so great to hear Lisa thank you so much and I hope you start playing with watercolors today! That ‘in the zone’ feeling is just so good isn’t it 🙂 It’s definitely helped me process heavy stuff and so much clarity arises where things might have felt really foggy and murky before. I can totally see you being in that flow state while cooking and cleaning, so you’re going to really get in that groove with watercolors too I’m sure ! Hope to see you again in Thailand one day!

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