WordPowerArt® is designed by self-empowerment advocate Connie Reynolds -- a communications-strategist-turned-artist, who calls herself a "writist." WordPowerArt® focuses on the power of the word (thought) and reflects Connie's own original ideas and writing, as well as the timeless wisdom of others; the work is the culmination of a lifetime of studying, learning, hearing, and receiving.Read More
WordPowerArt® is a self-empowerment, transformational and personal development tool designed to complement inspirational teachings; its purpose is to provide attractive, visible, and constant reminders of the metaphysical/spiritual qualities we want to absorb into our consciousness as we go about developing our individual life strategies. The work was born out of the idea that thoughts and words transmit subtle energy, which -- when used consciously and with focused intent -- can be intelligent and powerful incubators of physical reality, creating that which we believe or expect.
Sometimes we read something inspirational and become motivated and excited by the teachings, only to find it difficult to remain mindful of what we have read due to the demands of daily life. Ideally, when we seek truth through inspirational teachings, we want to use that knowledge to expand our awareness, i.e., find a way to embody it. Some of us write the ideas on a piece of paper and tape it onto a mirror or wall in our living or work space in order to have constant exposure; some of us forget about the teachings until we come across them again, hopefully.
A piece of WordPowerArt® on a wall, desk or mantel facilitates the repetitive thought that is needed to internalize and realize desired change. Or, one may simply wish to have the positive messages of WordPowerArt® around the home and/or work space to counter the onslaught of negativity and bad news that we receive daily from our external environment.
WordPowerArt® is popular with, and used as a professional tool by educators, social service professionals, life coaches and other self-empowerment advocates.