True desires are a form of action
capable of influencing changes.
I propose a photographic exercise that you can do with any type of camera, including a mobile: I GIVE MYSELF PERMISSION.
With this exercise, I invite you to think about yourself, reflect, grow, and go outside. It’s about exploring your self-knowledge and developing your creativity.
You only need to have a camera or mobile phone and give yourself permission to do it.
One of the best tricks to not be creative is to say NO:
Being stingy with yourself is something we all do very well. Therefore, list three things you love that you would like to do or achieve but that you have not done or have not allowed yourself to do for a long time. Something like going out to dance, rollerblading, meeting someone, painting…
Stay tuned to see images of those things you like, of your desires. When you see them, photograph them and, if it has not been possible, assess how to represent them or express them photographically. It can be on the street or you may want to set up a scenography.
You will see how exciting it is to see your own desires reflected. It would be great if you give yourself permission to do any of them.
With these photographs you are completing the file of images that speak of you; some way be part of your Folder B. Add photographs to this file, always.
Shared desires come true. Don’t forget to share your photos with the people you love or on your social networks. If you want, you can use #igivemyselfpermission @andanafoto
Give yourself permission!
“There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique.”