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As I was working out the details of this first post I thought I’d also ask Nancy if she had a photo or quote that represented her definition of “balance”. Below is the photo she shared is one she did in the 80’s that still represents her idea of inner balance.
Finding the ‘still-point’ of inner balance in a turbulent world.
by Nancy Wait, oil on canvas, 36″x28″ (1988)
Nancy Wait | Artist, Author, Actress, Radio Host
Nancy lives in New York City. In 2011 she published her first memoir, [amazon-product text=”The Nancy Who Drew” type=”text”]1461079748[/amazon-product], and is currently working on a follow-up book.
Her first career was that of an actress in England in the 1970s (as Nancie Wait), and after a spiritual awakening in 1976 she shifted over to painting. In 1987, when the energies changed again, she began to study writing, as she was now being guided to write about her life and the transformational journey she experienced through painting her inner life. Since 2009 she has been sharing her experiences and those of her guests on the Blog Talk Radio show, Art and Ascension, and in the fall of 2011 she began a new show called Dancing In The Shift. Nancy is also a writing coach and editor, as well as a portrait artist, a voice and speech coach, and the mother of a college-age son.
We invite you to connect with Nancy and read some of her posts on Tiferet.
- Tiferet Member Profile
- Personal Website
- Book: [amazon-product text=”The Nancy Who Drew: The Memoir That Solved A Mystery” type=”text”]1461079748[/amazon-product]
- Dancing in the Shift Radio Show (BlogTalkRadio)
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Thanks Aline ~
balance does ridiculous things. And it always takes you by surprise.
My sense of balance – or lack thereof! has tended to fluctuate wildly. I used to think balance = boring 🙂
yeah…so did i. balance is a real hassle to get used to once you have been so sure you already had it previously.
I love portal. I could just look at it all day!
Exactly! I’m working on piece at the mo called The New Balance – fits right in with that idea 🙂