Tallahassee, FL, July 17, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- UR2.Global's 2018 Mid-Year Aubrey Whitfield Artist “Lost” Challenge Entries Are In and Ready for Viewing as Artists From Around the Globe Showcase Original Songs to Uplift the Self-Esteem of Humanity.
The Mid-Year artist entries are beautiful, any may be viewed at https://www.UR2.Global
and are a result of UR2.Global Arts Organization naming London singer-songwriter and Producer of the Year - Aubrey Whitfield as its 2018 Honorary Artist-in-Residence (HAR). The HAR co-sponsored this year’s artist challenge to uplift the self-esteem of those in the world that may feel “lost” due to life circumstances that placed them in healing and/or correctional facilities. The artist challenge was to create lyrics or a spoken word utilizing Aubrey's instrumental song "Lost" that she graciously commissioned to the self-esteem project. The artists were very unique in the ways they incorporated the word “lost” into building the self-esteem of mankind. "The artists challenge songs will truly help those who need inspiration to look within and feel better about themselves despite the mistakes mankind makes, since ‘we are so much more than our mistakes,’" states Amelia Kemp, Ph.D, LMHC – psychotherapist/singer-songwriter and President of The Sacrtherapy Institute's UR2.Global project.
One of the artist entries by Fabian and Jarmane McAndrew from Germany is a declaration of how sometimes one’s life journey causes us to “lose in order to win” as Fabian pours his heart out in the song titled “Lose to Win." Another beautiful entry titled “Lost (Reflection)” by Tatyana Kalko from Harlem also uplifts mankind by reminding us that within each of us is a stronger spirit that can overcome. Then Cynthia Kum, also from New York offers a fabulous sultry entry titled “Saving Me” which underlines how when one is lost and feels cast away that it can be used as an inner retreat where one finds the courage to reboot and save oneself, a theme which is also magnified in "Lost (Hero)" by the talented Sonia Eden from Barbados.
All of the artists that participated in the Spring Showcase receive awards for their outstanding global community service to help humanity. The next showcase deadline is November 1, 2018, for any other artist wanting to participate. Please visit the website for Submission Guidelines. The Artist Challenge Showcase is part of the UR2.Global Arts Project which is a psycho-spiritual arts project of The Sacretherapy Institute (pronounced sacred-therapy with a silent "d") with global liaisons on six continents. "UR2" means "you are too" an equal, valuable, and worthy being that deserves to glorify in high self-esteem. The Founders believe that by increasing self-esteem mankind finds inner-peace which then creates an outpouring of world peace.
The Sacretherapy Institute's UR2.Global Self-esteem Project features music therapies, psychodramas, visual arts, and literary arts of all genres for the upliftment of mankind and also reviews and showcases the works of popular artists who also inspire the world. The Sacretherapy Institute was created as a result of Dr. Kemp's book titled: From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy which she also wrote to uplift humanity after having been a psychotherapist for 20 years. During which time, she was dismayed by the number of people in the world who feel like they are nothing, not understanding their innate value and worth. Therefore, with her also being a singer/songwriter she recalled how uplifting her use of music and psychodrama had been therapeutically and decided to merge music with healing by performing and using the stage name: Dr. K's Music Therapy. As such, UR2.Global is the culmination of this merger with all the ARTS and the Institute's desire to uplift the self-esteem of humanity globally.