Walking through the lobby of the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas is a wonderland this holiday season. The botanical garden offers a stunning array of holiday designs to fill both your eyes and heart with imagination. Playful childhood memories flow easily and swirl around the festive chamber evoking feelings of joy and happiness.
Passing through the garden I fine myself breathing easily and walking slowly – I am relaxed. The visual scene that awaits me is unexpected. Ceilings are not something that I normally view when walking into a room. So, entering the registration lobby of the hotel offers an opportunity for a new visual view point. Looking up my eyes, first glance at and then, intimately examine an unexpected visual buffet. Viewing the ornate glass art work covering the ceiling immediately stimulates my brain – flowers and colors everywhere.
The obvious “draw” is the elaborate holiday display in the botanical garden of decorated trees and festive pixies celebrating the season which I have initially enjoyed. What I didn’t expect is the additional kicker of viewing the invigorating aloft design – it has always been there, I didn’t really see it. I have previously walked through the hotel lobby and viewed the design but this time I’m engulfed in the artwork.
Obviously, viewing the holiday display put me at ease. When I’m in a relaxed state I’m open to new possibilities. Situations that I previously encountered now offer new plausible ideas. The back story is that I’m more effective when I interact in a flexible state of being.