How many times have you felt empowered to take a chance? Take a leap of faith? To just go for it? Whatever ‘IT’ may have been?
Empowerment is defined as “the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life.”
Looking for something to move us forward in a positive way these days can be a task in of itself, right? The world is full of uncertainty and heavy energy.
Gaining empowerment through self-care, creative play, and some fun is a must these days. With each card, you pull empower prompts to give you what you need to know or to be reminded of to get your day jump started. It could be art journaling, painting, meditation, being with friends, it’s whatever the prompts bring and means to you.
Personal empowerment begins with a bit of self-awareness. Knowing and recognizing your strengths and weaknesses can go a long way in having a realistic view of oneself. This deck of cards may be able to help you along that path.
This is a glimpse of what the front of the cards looks like. The artwork is my own and comes from the 50 best cards from #the100dayproject.
They are bright colorful and have a wonderfully smooth finish on both the front and back. They are 2 3/4 inches wide x 4 3/4 inches tall and feel so yummy to hold!
The back of each card has 2 questions and a prompt related to the word on the front of the card. They are the perfect starter card for personal or group art classes or journaling.
|©2018 Kimberly McGuiness|
To get you started here are some other examples of how the cards can be used……
-Leave one on your co-worker’s desk and at lunchtime answer the questions in a group.
-Leave one with a tip to the waitress
-Include one in your bill payment you mail
– Include a single card in each of the holiday cards you send out this year
– Use the cards at family dinners or get-togethers as conversation starters. Let one person draw a card and let each person at the table answer the prompts.
– Randomly leave one on a table at a coffee shop, library, etc.