_ As I was sitting, patiently, waiting for the artists to take their place and settle down, I started to notice what it is they are actually doing. Some artists came into the room and took up their place before the model got into position. A few were lucky and had a great view, but some groaned and moaned about their point of view, but were unwilling to move to find a better position to view the model, and kinda had a 'make do' air about them. Others waited and then took their time, moving slowly about the room looking, feeling it out until they got the best point of view they could, and settled down happy, knowing that the perspective, light, positioning were of the highest of standards and therefore would create the best creative opportunity to capture the experience.... Mmmmmm I mused... If the model was a life situation, which kinda artist would I want to be???? :D
In that moment it hit me sideways like when you do that thing, you know, when you use a random book as a tarot. Asking the question “what do I need to know now?” Flick it, then open it, and read it
Move around the life situation, looking and experiencing it from all angles/points of view, until the best one is found, and then from that point of view, only the best can happen.
Mum, NLP Trainer & Master Practitioner & Life Coach