15 Art Therapy Exercises to Control Your Mind and Channel Your Emotions

15 Art Therapy Exercises to Control Your Mind and Channel Your Emotions

1. Sadness

Paint a rainbow:

Paint rainbow

2. Worried

Make origami:

Make origami

3. Listless

Draw landscapes:

Draw landscapes

4. Angry

Draw lines:

Draw lines

5. Focus

Draw grids and a target:

Draw grids and a target

6. Need to make the right choice

Draw waves and circles:

Draw waves

7. Bored

Paint with different colors:

Paint with different colors

8. Enraged

Tear a piece of paper:

Tear a piece of paper

9. Nostalgic

Draw a maze:

Draw maze

10. Difficulty understanding wishes

Make a collage:

Make collage

11. Confused

Draw a mandala:

Draw mandala

12. Stuck

Draw spirals:

Draw spirals

13. Difficulty understanding feelings

Draw yourself:

Draw yourself

14. Desperation

Draw roads:

Draw roads

15. Need to arrange thoughts

Draw cells or squares:

Draw cells

There are so many benefits of art therapy that it’s worth taking the time to dabble and experiment. The point isn’t to create a beautiful piece of art, the point of art therapy is to express your inner feelings, thoughts, and unconscious struggles.


Written by ALETHEIA LUNA Originally appeared in LONERWOLF

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