Clear your mind (part 4)

Clear your mind by contemplating this intuitive artwork, and the words of visionary writers and philosophers on meditation and illumination.

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Clear your mind (part 2)

Discover hidden worlds of wonder and the presence of beauty by contemplating an intuitive artwork and the insightful words of William Irwin Thompson.

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Clear your mind (part 1)

How do you clear your mind to enter a state of creative rapture? How do you reconnect with wonder and reverie through the contemplation of art?

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Pay heed to the hidden

To heed is to pay careful attention, to attend to and take possession of. According to Gaston Bachelard, a creature in hiding is simply preparing for a sudden outburst, an explosion of being.

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Muse on the Mystery

Why should we become absorbed in deep thought only to encounter a Mystery that remains immeasurable? Because realization will come and mind will be illuminated.

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The Unspoken

The artist who enters the vision, enters always, blind, deaf and dumb; stripped and humbled before the infinite mystery.

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In the silence

Words are so powerful. They provide a means of shared communication and personal expression. But they can also lead to confusion, dissension and deflection. And of course they are culturally loaded.

Words are so powerful. They provide a means of shared communication and personal expression. But they can also lead to confusion, dissension and deflection. And of course they are culturally loaded.

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Visioning is universal

Visioning is universal and available to all...⁣ IF⁣ ...when we encounter an object, we remain silent and use intuition and visualisation...we don't gossip and prattle or jump to conclusions...⁣ THEN⁣ ...we experience every episode, every thing, every body as unique. ⁣Creative rapture is the elixir of life.

If when we encounter an object, we remain silent and use intuition and visualisation, then⁣ we may experience every episode, every thing, every one as unique.

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Art as revelation

True art is a revelation, a seeing, an encounter with direct experience...and we are all artists in our own lives, although we may not all paint or draw very well.

True art is a revelation, a seeing, an encounter with direct experience. We are all artists in our own lives, although we may not all paint or draw very well.

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A well-lit path

Each of us walks a well-lit path, even when it appears dark and obscure to others.

Each of us walks a well-lit path, even when it appears dark and obscure to others. Contemplate visionary art for personal illumination.

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