Alzheimer’s & the Creative Arts

From the Vancouver Sun by Anna Bowness-Park:

Hilgos’ story is more than just inspiring. Despite suffering from Alzheimer’s, she discovered that she had not lost her capacity to imagine and to express it in her art. This can serve as a reminder that we do not have to limit our own or a loved one’s potential to the human brain. And that beauty has a deeply healing effect in our lives. When we cultivate a sense of divine consciousness and spiritual beauty for others as well as ourselves, we are reminded who we – and they – really are…

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