In the Studio
An Interview with Pamela King-Rediger
Artella: What led you to become a Certified ARTbundance Coach/Practitioner?
Pamela: I had been following Marney for a while before she announced the opportunity of becoming certified as a coach. All I could think of was: WOW! Inspiring and encouraging others to live their creativity through art in a playful form… how great!
Artella: How has your ARTbundance training affected your work and/or life?
Pamela: Oh my goodness, in so many ways. I was able to let the impish Pamela out and embrace all the ways I could make my heart and other’s sing playing through life. It was total bliss.
Artella: In your mind, how are creativity and spirituality related?
Pamela: I don't see them as separate. We are all of spirit and we are all creative. It's just part of who you are. You are born that way. It may take some people longer to find that out but it is a part of your being as a part of the Great Creator.
Artella: How is prosperity related to creativity and spirituality?
Pamela: Aha! Well the ARTbundance label defines that really well, I think. I was just so intrigued with that name....
To dance with ART. It speaks of no limits. After all prosperity isn't all about money.... there is so much more to life.... letting that inner flow direct you and come forth..... and surround you . . . and prosperity is such a part of that flow, because if you don't limit yourself, a creative idea will start winking in your brain and suddenly it hooks up to other ideas and lo and behold it captures a way to make income.
One of Pamela's ARTbundance™ Projects completed during ACT Training
Artella: What kinds of people do you most enjoy working with? Who is your ideal client?
Pamela: I don't know if I have an ideal client because I celebrate imagination so much. I love to hear what inspires others, and spurs them on to create. I guess having a client who is open and has a willingness to explore and try a new idea without having to be sure about the outcome.
Artella: ARTfundance Coaching is based on nine ARTbundance Principles. Do you have a favorite or one that you really enjoy activating in other people? Which one, and why?
Pamela: Without a doubt, it is "Gratitude." I went through a very bleak period in my life but as long as I embraced "Gratitude", I felt prosperous, lucky, and that things would only get better and they did! No matter where you are at, if you feel grateful no matter what you have or what your circumstances are, things will improve.
Artella: What does your future hold? What projects are you working on now?
Pamela: Well, I am playing! I am researching a second book I want to write about my grandfather who fathered (17) seventeen children. I am in a play in my community, I am mentoring people who want some assistance, I am working on my backyard to make it an enchanting vision, my daughter gave me a painting class for my birthday that I am looking forward to taking. And I want to explore some doable art projects that I have had in mind for some time.
I think that will probably take care of my summer but I love it all and like to believe that I am living ARTbundance everyday of my life.
About Pamela King-Rediger: Pamela King-Rediger resides in St. Louis Park, Minnesota where she is an Inter-Spiritual Mentor-Vital-Woman Coach, Writer, Speaker, and Artist helping others to reclaim their house of self and live in color.
She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by cell: 952-200-1852
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