Robi is creating Digital Abstract Art
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuBc77WnSnxfqXsH4...

Dear Friends,
What you see in this video are some of my digital abstract arts.
Before rediscovering my passion for drawing a few weeks ago, I spent most of my life working in environments which have not always been the easiest ones mentally or physically.
My journey started when I was a kid.
Passionate about basketball, I used to play until I reached the age of 20.

Sadly, at that time I sustained an injury in my left knee while playing from which I manage to recover. This encouraged me to not give up and to get back on my feet to carry on playing out of passion.
But then, a couple of years after the first injury, I ended up having a second bigger knee injury, this time in my right knee. This changed my life forever as the damage was so deep that I had to go through a life-changing ligament transplantation supported by 2 screws. This surgery did allow me to at least get back on my feet to walk again but sadly it also meant that it was the end of my dream to become a basketball player.

I spent over a week in hospital realising that I would never be able to play basketball ever again. I felt totally lost and useless. I realised this while in an environment surrounded by many people who, like me, were dealing with their own physical or mental pains, making it even more difficult for me to see the light and to remain positive.
I simply lost appetite for anything else as my dream of becoming a professional basketball player had vanished forever.

From that point on, I spent the majority of my life going from job to job.
I worked as a carer in a care home and realised every day how distressed and anxious many of the elder people were. I also worked for a charity organisation and a recruitment agency which enabled me to make a difference for others by supporting disabled individuals who were struggling to get a job opportunity. I simply needed to feel useful and helpful for anyone.
Those experiences made me realise that more should be done but at that time I just did not know how.

From there 20 years have gone until I reached the point where I lost my job. My operated knee could no longer support the daily lifting of heavy boxes and the daily stairs taken to bring merchandises on an upper-level floor.
It was at that time that I started spending more time on my mobile phone and laptop searching desperately and with anxiety for another job to support my existing debts. To date, my job search is still a challenge as I simply cannot do any jobs requiring physical activities.

I spent my time trying somehow to relax and to distract myself by watching some basketball games. My fiancé, being aware of my creative skills, my fascination for geometric shapes and colours suggested me to watch some YouTube videos related to art.
Through my searches, I came across a video from an artist who was comparing various applications allowing to make some art and drawings.
I decided to explore a few applications until I found one which seemed to be easy to use even on a mobile phone.
I started playing around with the application until without realising it became an obsession.

As I gained more and more confidence using the application, I realised that I was able to create even more complex arts using multiple colours. Somehow, the process of creating those pieces of art, through their round shapes, did help me to relax and to stop my ‘monkey mind’ and all the anxiety it was involving to figure out how I could manage to make a living.
By the time I realised my obsession with the creation of digital arts I had already created over 500 of them.
This, combined with my ability to relax while creating abstract art and with my past education in psychology made me realise that my digital art creation could support so many people worldwide every day to deal with their stress, anxiety, and fear and change those feelings to something better and happier.

Apart from the fact that they are colourful, they have a deeper meaning for me and I hope it will be the same for you as you look at them.
Their round shapes are relaxing. Your eyes will automatically look for the centre of the image while still being able to visualise the full image without a need to move your eyes.
Visualising my bright night light arts will help you (without realising) to relax. And through this relaxation, it will allow you to take decisions and make choices when you are dealing with complex situations. You will simply let your thoughts go and stop your ‘monkey mind’ invading your days.

As individuals, we operate on four different levels namely physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. In order to heal a person, we need to take into account each of these levels.
Each colour has got its own unique quality, energy, and healing power and is capable of affecting a person’s mood and physical or mental health. Each colour falls into a specific frequency and vibration which can change the energy and frequencies within the bodies. Through this process, colours can help people with brain disorders, those who are emotionally unbalanced, or people suffering from depression.

There is evidence of people attempting to use colour for healing and therapy from as far back as 2000 years ago.
Using colour consciously can enable us to heal naturally.
We can invite more colour into our lives by picking the colour or colours by the qualities we want to express in our lives in multiple ways.
My bright night light art can be used to decorate your room by bringing specific emotions which make you feel good.
You can even create a personalised pillowcase, a bag, a t-shirt, a table cloth or anything else with them. Or you can simply share them with a loved one to wish them a beautiful day, to help them relax and be free from any anxiety or stress.

With your help, we could bring more light to those who need it the most.

Your contribution would help me to produce an illustrative book which would be distributed to many hospitals and care homes. It would also be available in libraries for anyone such as children, adults with disabilities, elder people and anyone suffering from any physical and/or mental disorders.
The donation would also support the creation of an online app which would be available for anyone who wishes to find a few minutes in their busy and stressful day to relax.


As an alternative option and to support me directly since I am currently unemployed, your contribution would be much appreciated by simply buying one or more of my digital artworks, currently sold on ETSY on https://etsy.me/2RscofV
This would allow me to carry on my new passion for creating digital art and make a living out of it.
I hope you found my video interesting enough to join the BrightNightLight project

If you are not able to contribute, I thank you for your time, for reading this note and for watching my video which hopefully will have generated a sense of positivity and calmness in you.

Please feel free to share it with others who might be able to help bring this project to life.
Last but not least, if you are someone who has a great knowledge of online applications, or who knows someone expert in creating/developing them and who would love to help, please feel free to get in touch with me. Any volunteer support would be welcomed.
I would like to thank you again for any support you will be able to provide.
You Are Light, Let It Shine.
Robi
Let’s Bring The Light To Our Eldest and Children.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC62td7KYCE&t=2s
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuBc77WnSnxfqXsH4...

Dear Friends,
What you see in this video are some of my digital abstract arts.
Before rediscovering my passion for drawing a few weeks ago, I spent most of my life working in environments which have not always been the easiest ones mentally or physically.
My journey started when I was a kid.
Passionate about basketball, I used to play until I reached the age of 20.

Sadly, at that time I sustained an injury in my left knee while playing from which I manage to recover. This encouraged me to not give up and to get back on my feet to carry on playing out of passion.
But then, a couple of years after the first injury, I ended up having a second bigger knee injury, this time in my right knee. This changed my life forever as the damage was so deep that I had to go through a life-changing ligament transplantation supported by 2 screws. This surgery did allow me to at least get back on my feet to walk again but sadly it also meant that it was the end of my dream to become a basketball player.

I spent over a week in hospital realising that I would never be able to play basketball ever again. I felt totally lost and useless. I realised this while in an environment surrounded by many people who, like me, were dealing with their own physical or mental pains, making it even more difficult for me to see the light and to remain positive.
I simply lost appetite for anything else as my dream of becoming a professional basketball player had vanished forever.

From that point on, I spent the majority of my life going from job to job.
I worked as a carer in a care home and realised every day how distressed and anxious many of the elder people were. I also worked for a charity organisation and a recruitment agency which enabled me to make a difference for others by supporting disabled individuals who were struggling to get a job opportunity. I simply needed to feel useful and helpful for anyone.
Those experiences made me realise that more should be done but at that time I just did not know how.

From there 20 years have gone until I reached the point where I lost my job. My operated knee could no longer support the daily lifting of heavy boxes and the daily stairs taken to bring merchandises on an upper-level floor.
It was at that time that I started spending more time on my mobile phone and laptop searching desperately and with anxiety for another job to support my existing debts. To date, my job search is still a challenge as I simply cannot do any jobs requiring physical activities.

I spent my time trying somehow to relax and to distract myself by watching some basketball games. My fiancé, being aware of my creative skills, my fascination for geometric shapes and colours suggested me to watch some YouTube videos related to art.
Through my searches, I came across a video from an artist who was comparing various applications allowing to make some art and drawings.
I decided to explore a few applications until I found one which seemed to be easy to use even on a mobile phone.
I started playing around with the application until without realising it became an obsession.

As I gained more and more confidence using the application, I realised that I was able to create even more complex arts using multiple colours. Somehow, the process of creating those pieces of art, through their round shapes, did help me to relax and to stop my ‘monkey mind’ and all the anxiety it was involving to figure out how I could manage to make a living.
By the time I realised my obsession with the creation of digital arts I had already created over 500 of them.
This, combined with my ability to relax while creating abstract art and with my past education in psychology made me realise that my digital art creation could support so many people worldwide every day to deal with their stress, anxiety, and fear and change those feelings to something better and happier.

Apart from the fact that they are colourful, they have a deeper meaning for me and I hope it will be the same for you as you look at them.
Their round shapes are relaxing. Your eyes will automatically look for the centre of the image while still being able to visualise the full image without a need to move your eyes.
Visualising my bright night light arts will help you (without realising) to relax. And through this relaxation, it will allow you to take decisions and make choices when you are dealing with complex situations. You will simply let your thoughts go and stop your ‘monkey mind’ invading your days.

As individuals, we operate on four different levels namely physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. In order to heal a person, we need to take into account each of these levels.
Each colour has got its own unique quality, energy, and healing power and is capable of affecting a person’s mood and physical or mental health. Each colour falls into a specific frequency and vibration which can change the energy and frequencies within the bodies. Through this process, colours can help people with brain disorders, those who are emotionally unbalanced, or people suffering from depression.

There is evidence of people attempting to use colour for healing and therapy from as far back as 2000 years ago.
Using colour consciously can enable us to heal naturally.
We can invite more colour into our lives by picking the colour or colours by the qualities we want to express in our lives in multiple ways.
My bright night light art can be used to decorate your room by bringing specific emotions which make you feel good.
You can even create a personalised pillowcase, a bag, a t-shirt, a table cloth or anything else with them. Or you can simply share them with a loved one to wish them a beautiful day, to help them relax and be free from any anxiety or stress.

With your help, we could bring more light to those who need it the most.

Your contribution would help me to produce an illustrative book which would be distributed to many hospitals and care homes. It would also be available in libraries for anyone such as children, adults with disabilities, elder people and anyone suffering from any physical and/or mental disorders.
The donation would also support the creation of an online app which would be available for anyone who wishes to find a few minutes in their busy and stressful day to relax.


As an alternative option and to support me directly since I am currently unemployed, your contribution would be much appreciated by simply buying one or more of my digital artworks, currently sold on ETSY on https://etsy.me/2RscofV
This would allow me to carry on my new passion for creating digital art and make a living out of it.
I hope you found my video interesting enough to join the BrightNightLight project

If you are not able to contribute, I thank you for your time, for reading this note and for watching my video which hopefully will have generated a sense of positivity and calmness in you.

Please feel free to share it with others who might be able to help bring this project to life.
Last but not least, if you are someone who has a great knowledge of online applications, or who knows someone expert in creating/developing them and who would love to help, please feel free to get in touch with me. Any volunteer support would be welcomed.
I would like to thank you again for any support you will be able to provide.
You Are Light, Let It Shine.
Robi
Let’s Bring The Light To Our Eldest and Children.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC62td7KYCE&t=2s

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