Sketching – My Window to Mental Freedom


Hi there my lovelies! Hope you guys are doing well and staying safe. I am coming to you after a long sabbatical. I had to take a hiatus from the technology to take care of myself. One thing that I have learned from my past experience is to listen to my body. Few months ago, I was diagnosed with PTSD on top of generalized anxiety. I sought help, but what I quickly found out that I needed to address this my own way. It is when I reconnected with my passion for sketching.


I loved sketching and drawing since I can remember. I am no genius artist, but my sketch has allowed me to reach the state of peace mentally. My passion for sketching took to the next step mentally that mindfulness-based meditation and spiritual practice alone couldn’t do. Sketching has become another piece of the puzzle of life and sanity for me.

My dear lovelies! This has not been the first time I have decided to sketch. I have been sketching for a long time. However, this is the first time in my life, when sketching took a new meaning. It took me to a safe and unadulterated place of my childhood, which is free, happy, and not worried about the outside world. Thing that words could not explained was easily achieved by lines.

Freedom from Sketching:

As I have grown into the world of adulthood, I started focusing more and more on the art of words. However, with the re-introduction of sketching, I found the freedom to go beyond any constraints and barriers and explore the endless possibilities that is not bound by the rule of staying within the line. Sketching allowed me to be free: free from any constraints of staying inside the line, free to let my right brain to roam free, and free to be just me.

My beautiful lovelies! Today I end with a simple question: What is your vehicle to mental freedom? Please share in the comment below so that we all can benefit of learning about the plethora of vehicle to mental nirvana.

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