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If you're an adult who loves coloring, this is the best news ever. 7 Amazing Things That Happen To Your Brain When You Color.

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Carl Jung’s Psychological Diagnosis Using Mandalas

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Carl Jung’s Psychological Diagnosis Using Mandalas

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Rediscovering the Forgotten Benefits of Drawing - Symbiartic - Scientific American Blog Network

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Rediscovering the Forgotten Benefits of Drawing

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The 5 Major Benefits Of Doodling

5 Big Benefits Of Being A Doodler

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The 5 Major Benefits Of Doodling

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Adult coloring books have recently gained popularity for their stress-relieving abilities, but what is the science behind this international trend?

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The Therapeutic Science Of Adult Coloring Books

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The Clay Will Tell You How You Are | On Being

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The Clay Will Tell You How You Are

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Art as therapy: Enhance Focus and Attention

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Art Therapy: Enhance Focus and Attention - Special-ism

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Why we need the softness of craft during hard times.

When tragedy strikes afar or hits closer to home, we feel it. In harsh realities, we’re exposed, raw and uncertain. It's during these hard times that we really need the softness of craft.

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Why we need the softness of craft during hard times.

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The thing about doodling that I like so much is the spontaneity. That is the secret. I never know what I am going to get and were the doodle is going to take me.  Sometimes I don't like my doodle. But that's ok.  I don't see my doodling as a way of producing art, but rather see it as art-making.  Art is a form of self-expression. Process plays a big role in my expression, so the more spontaneous the better, at least for me.  Other times I succumb to my desires to make something decorative…

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Connecting Through Art | ArtTherapist.ca

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The Radical, Life-Changing Power Of Arts And Crafts

Une série de sculptures réalisées dans des mines de crayons par Dalton Ghetti, un américain de 49 ans, charpentier de profession. Travaillant sans loupe, avec simplement des cutteurs ou des aiguilles, le résultat qu’il obtient est simplement hallucinant ! source Ufunk.net

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The Radical, Life-Changing Power Of Arts And Crafts

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