Do you feel happy in the summer and SAD in the winter?

The clocks have gone back, which means the days are shorter, the nights are longer, and we get much less sunlight.

This can lead to a condition called ‘SAD’ (Seasonal Affective Disorder), a form of depression caused by lack of natural sunlight.  We get Vitamin D naturally from the sun’s rays, which helps produce seratonin and gives us the ‘feel good’ factor.  When we don’t get enough vitamin D, we can feel lethargic, unmotivated, moody, and prone to sleeping a lot. (I call it ‘going into hibernation’)

Many people are mis-diagnosed with depression and prescribed SSRI pharmaceutical drugs, when all they really need is a good dose of sunlight!  I used to suffer from SAD, but intuitively healed myself using Color Therapy – when I painted my collection ‘Nature’s Art’ and hung them on my walls, I didn’t feel ‘SAD’ at all!

Since I’ve sold most of the paintings, I now have them downloaded on my phone as a screensaver, and you can download them too:


 The vibrant colors really do have a positive effect on the mind and emotions, and I’m sure it will work for you too!  For more details on how the Colour Therapy used in my paintings can help lift your mood and emotions visit my Art Page.

I used ‘Self Love’ to illustrate Year Three of my Self-help novel ‘Journey of a Sister’ where she discovers the creative power of her thoughts, and learns how to ‘Meditate to Create’.  8 of my paintings which incorporate Colour Therapy have been used to illustrate the story, so you’ll be healing your Self in more ways than one!  

Visit my Book Page to download the e-book, or to order your personally signed paperback, with my artwork in FULL COLOUR! 


Be inspired!


Cezanne Poetess (Author/Poet/Artist/Events Host/Workshop Facilitator)

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