painting can remove tension ... is it realy so???

India
November 23, 2007 6:58am CST
i hv taken its help many times
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9 responses
@lorelai (1558)
• Italy
30 Nov 07
Well if you like doing something it can remove tension, it doesn't matter what it is. I like painting because you just concentrate on what you do and forget everything else, all the problems, past and future. But that's the most important thing about removing tension, it will go away if you stop thinking about the thing that it's causing it. That's why I like writing too.You can emerge yourself in a completely different world and after a while you are going to feel like you belong in that new world and all your troubles will go away. The bed part is when you have to stop writing ar painting and then you have to go back to normal life.
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@JashleyB (1441)
• United States
2 Dec 07
I like this response.... Pretty much anything you enjoy doing will remove tension. Painting, reading, music, video games, movies and much more can work. :) If you get really into what you are doing and concentrate on it you will find a lot of tension is gone when you are finished.
@drpriti (94)
• India
25 Nov 07
Hi That's very true.I feel very happy when I finish painting and also refreshed and when people praise I feel more happy as my work is appreciated.
@lorelai (1558)
• Italy
30 Nov 07
It's great when other people like what you do.
• India
30 Nov 07
I would also express gratitude towards those art lovers who don't paint but the way they appreciate art is so encouraging.That gives more energy to paint.
@sujikka (76)
• India
23 Jan 08
yes it is 100% true.We leave all our worries and tention while painting.i myself feel it when i get involved in painting.
@marciascott (25554)
• United States
31 Dec 07
Keeping you mind buzy reliefs tenion. Painting is good though I like to paint.
• Philippines
17 Dec 07
I agree, it calms and lets you take out on the canvas all your feelings and emotions.
• Philippines
14 Dec 07
yeah i think so. when i'm sick and have to stay in bed, i take my sketchbook and colored pencils out and draw and draw anything. that makes me relieved. i wonder how... is it because your negative energies are transferred in the picture you're drawing?
• South Korea
10 Dec 07
i like sculpture ,if you are free, welcome to conact me. good luck.
• Philippines
30 Nov 07
yeah i guess so too. :)
@tryxiness (4548)
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
This is so true. You get to focus on the thing you do. The thing at present that you do rather than thinking of things you anticipate to happen. :)