To watch a good artist on a roll is to see ease in motion. Like a trickling brook, the artist cascades from one brushstroke to the next, allowing the gravity of ease to carry them.
Less experienced artists may struggle. Overthinking and under-observing make it hard to hear the natural voice of ease and flow.
Let it be easy!
For example, does the motion of your brushstroke seem to expand your joy, intrigue, and relief? Or does it contract, like your mind is taking control because it doesn’t trust the muse? Expand or contract: that distinction makes it easy!
Listen richly to life.
See if you have room, right now, to loosen up and let it be easy. Allow the light and sound around you to help you — you are in an ocean of Source! Each moment is a chance to open to expansion and ease.