Archive for June, 2010

the early morning sun

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

As the sun began to rise, the crater began to show it’s face and of course it’s depth. I still see the red color of the crater floor as the sun revealed more and more with every second. The sun rose faster then I would have expected and before I knew it, the huge crater of Haleakala lay right before my eyes. It was like watching the creation of the earth. I stood there in awe, no longer thinking of the chilly air, I was embroidery designs warmed by the early morning sun and the adrenalin of the moment. As the crowd piled back into their cars and began to empty the parking lot, I stared at floor of the crater wondering if ever again in my life, would I have the opportunity to experience this.

I determined I probably vector conversion wouldn’t and captured the moment in my mind. Not just the overall experience, but each moment like individual frames to a motion picture. From time to time I replay this movie in my head, and experience the majestic beauty of sunrise atop Haleakala. I can feel the warmth of the sun on my face and see the red crater floor and receive the same rush of adrenalin I did on that chilly morning. I feel fresh and alive.

the most powerful sites

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

One of the most powerful sites I’ve personally viewed was watching the sunrise atop digitizing Haleakala on the island of Maui. After waking to an alarm something before 4am, we drove about two hours up Haleakala highway. You may say we “drove down the road” vector conversion, or I was heading “down the highway” or let’s take a trip” down to see grandma”, In this case we were winding from sea level to an elevation of 10,000 feet. It can only be described as up.

When we reached the top it was still dark, and to my surprise, cold. I’m not sure what I was thinking, but of course it was cold, I was at 10,000 feet in the dark. There were cars parked in various directions and their headlights made it possible to see the crowd of people lined up to the south side of the parking lot. As I walled toward the crows, I could make out the rim of the crater. It wasn’t very obvious, but you could embroidery designs  see it was much darker 30 or 40 feet out from the spectators, like a hole that might go to the center of the earth. I walked with caution until I was standing in the crowd, with my hands in my pockets, shivering from the cool air.

ancient Chinese practice

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Recalling/reflecting back on the previous two exercises, I’m now going to press you to modify your life style.

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice that dates back Digitizing at least three thousand years. The discipline suggests that your surrounding directly affect the way you view life, whether positively or negatively. How well you rest and your general health are affected by your immediate environment, and you can make a change at any time embroidery Digitizing. There isn’t enough space in this book to the topics as deep as Feng Shui, but I suggest you pick up a book on the topic. Enacting just a few Feng Shui practices into your lifestyle will help relax your mind and open your spirits to horizons.

a large party room

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The effect would be lost digitizing, so stop now and complete the exercise, then come bake and continue to read. When you’re complete, evaluate your drawing, what did you recall? What did you pay closest attention to? What you put on the paper will indicate what made the biggest impression on you. The more time that passed between vector conversion when you were actually there and when you made your drawing, the less you will remember. The items you did recall clearly demonstrate which items made the biggest impression.Not long ago I visited a prominent social club. As I walked beside my host, we entered a large party room embroidery designs. The walls were wood paneled, stained very dark, with lots of fancy trim work and covered with wainscoting. The ceilings were fifteen feet tall with huge pillars, also of solid wood. There were huge chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and large windows with heavy fabric treatments. I didn’t sit down, but there were very nice wing back chairs and wood end tables arranged nicely for guests to sit and chat.

in your heart and soul

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

There are many ways to bring your creative Digitizing spirits to the surface, but it takes continuous effort to keep them readily available so that they become a natural way of life, part of everything you do.I’m going to give you ways to tap your creative mind embroidery Digitizing, but it will be up to you to make them part of your life style and to develop methods that work for you. Once it’s second nature you’ll find you see things differently than you did before. The possibilities will be endless. You’ll view artwork like you see things differently than you did before. The possibilities will be endless. You’ll view artwork like you never have before and your digitizing will not only look different, it will feel different. Not to the touch, but in your heart and soul.

What if

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

What do you do if you aren’t creative? Does this mean you can’t punch or that you’ll never get into “the punch zone” embroidery Digitizing? I don’t have the answer to those question. Remember, I made up the term, so anything is possible at this point. I can tell you the “punch zone” is not a requirement to being a good digitizer or to creating masterpieces.It’s a state of mind brought on by intense focusing where technical knowledge is melded with creative juices embroidery designs. Creative juices that you probably possess, but need to be released. Like losing weight, it’s easier said than done. You may lose the weight, but is it permanent or will you return to your previous weight as soon as you relax your focus?

Creativity takes longer

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Creativity takes longer and it’s more exhausting digitizing. This is why projects requiring deep thought and lots of creativity are usually tackled by teams of creative thinks vector conversion. Rarely in this modern world can any one person take credit for the discovery or invention of a new idea.This is a simple illustration which will provide insight as to how you perceive objects. The answer can be found on the last page to this chapter.Ask yourself these questions.Do you see yourself as being creative embroidery designs?Do you look at a problem and come up with one quick solution?  Do you resolve most problems with the same solutions each time?Do you truly like to explore? Not, can you be talked into it, but do you initiate exploration?What do you see?

Take your time

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

A child or the creative mind takes Digitizing time with new input, analyzes it and attempts to determine what it is, what can be done with it, and continuously asks, “What else could this be?” This is the mind that finds multiple uses for items or new uses for old discoveries. The sane spark used to start a fire, may be used embroidery Digitizing to ignite the explosion that powers an automobile. The sun that warmed my glass of tea, may be used to heat the water for my shower.

New ways to solve old problems and exploration took spreadsheet programs from a cumbersome framework to embroidery designs the accounting programs of today. It was a clear vision of the day, and a clear vision of tomorrow that took personal computers from a garage to almost every desktop in America.

The typical adult mind

Friday, June 25th, 2010

The typical adult mind has a Digitizing category for everything it has ever seen or heard of. New input is quickly stored in a pre-existing category or box, sometimes in the “who cares” box or the “oh that’s nice” box. Rarely dose this mind put deep thought into anything new. At the first sign of any form of association to a pre-existing box, the input is directed to the appropriate box for storage. Exploring or trying digitizing a new idea is not something of interest.

categorize their minds

Friday, June 25th, 2010

Children are very artistic and creative digitizing. Our young see cats, dogs, trees and family members in the oddest blocks of paint and scribble. Adults don’t “see it”, because we have had years to Categorize, say what a kitten or a mother should look like. It’s the child’s mind that can create anything and try anything. There are no boundaries to this sort of mind, but the boundaries come soon enough, as adults “help” the child categorize their minds vector conversion.To the structured or organized mind, a creative person is a mess. You don’t have to go off the deep end to be creative. I’m not suggesting free thinking or loss of moral character, I’m purely speaking in terms of the artistic realm.