adj. calm·er, calm·est
1. Nearly or completely motionless; undisturbed: the calm surface of the lake.
2. Not excited or agitated; composed: The President was calm throughout the global crisis.
1. An absence or cessation of motion; stillness.
2. Serenity; tranquillity; peace.
3. A condition of no wind or a wind with a speed of less than 1 knot (1.15 miles per hour; 1.9 kilometers per hour), according to the Beaufort scale.
tr. & intr.v. calmed, calm·ing, calms
To make or become calm or quiet: A warm bath will calm you. After the storm, the air calmed.
~The Free Dictionary
When I ask my clients what they are wanting for themselves that’s important to them or what they’re wanting to feel, often I hear the word CALM. “I want to feel calm,” I hear. “I want to feel calm and peaceful inside,” I hear.
Well I do, too. Today I created a visual depiction of what calm feels like to me by doing a little mixed media self-portrait in my art journal.