mixed media on canvas, 9 x 12 inches
by Lauralee Sikorski
Lauralee Sikorski is an award-winning artist currently living in northern Indiana. Her artworks are included in private collections and juried exhibits in the Midwest and abroad, and have been published in a variety of arts and literary journals. In 2004 she received her teaching certification for Hatha Yoga and has continued her training with multiple certifications in a variety of yoga and meditation disciplines (lauraleeonline.com) She integrates these Eastern disciplines with the creation of her artworks. See more of her work at artists2artists.net/profile/LauraleeSikorski.CONTENTS
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Consume less and live more deeply.
You must be empty so that you may be filled.
7 Powerful Steps for More Abundance
Struggle is overrated!
The universe is a blessing.
Multiples on a Hoosier Farm
It is within each of us, in our hearts.
DIANA J. ENSIGN
The poverty is still in our thinking.
Five Thousand Ninety Four Point Eighty Two
Measuring What’s Really Important
Keep a gratitude journal.
Shared Lack: Inverse Abundance
The act of sharing honors both parties.
The Buddha’s Abundance
A dream of the divine.
We are enough, and we have enough.
ROSE MARY O’MALLEY
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