only one i

Richly saturated golden contemplative artwork

So many threads – only one Weaver.

So many stories – only one Storyteller.

So many pathways – only one Walker.

So many dimensions – only one Observer.

You. Here. Now. 

(Look again.)

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Feeling your resonance

Color is a vibration.
 
Rhythm is a resonance.
 
Form is a feeling.
 
Can you feel the resonance of your vibration?
 

Follow your resonance

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Seeing with fresh eyes

Abstract contemplative artwork as creative prompt for self-reflection

“A child makes no distinction between the dream and the waking. She knows no distinctions. She knows reality as one.

By becoming receptive, we become imaginative. And then our imagination flowers as a thousand-and-one-petaled lotus.”

(Osho, Creativity: Unleashing the Forces Within)

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Within your reach

Something extraordinary is here…
Right here within your reach
Every timeless moment of every day.
Even when you are not paying attention.
 
Settle down. 
Settle in.
Can you feel it now?

Contemplation within your reach

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No need, just go

No need, just go. A creative prompt for gentle self-reflection on Artful Contemplation.

No need, just go.

Find your point of entry and flow.

No need to squint your eyes to the horizon to plot your path.

Just find your point of entry and go,

go where your attention flows. 

Find your flow

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