Monster of Loch Ness
The monster in my head.
Welcome to my story, my world and my mind.
For a long time, I felt stuck in many ways. I felt a big change is must needed in order to grow and see more of the world. I grew up in an environment where I was told that everything you do have to be perfect, be the best one out there. They said.
For years I’ve been seeking for perfection in my work unconsciously until the day that came where my mind and body told me I can’t no longer continue like this.
There are days where I ask myself what exactly is perfection? But never seem to know the answer.
Going abroad for a period is one of the best choices I have ever made. I wanted to get out of my comfort zone and try new things. At moments where I felt lost, art wasn’t there for me anymore, it didn’t come out anymore. I had to find another way to clear my mind again.
Hiking. Wandering through the landscapes of Scotland. Hearing the sound of the waterfalls in harmony with the wind and the birds. I found my peace.
It was a period where the terms stress and perfection didn’t exist in my vocabulary. It was a period where I was glowing and felt healthy.