Seeing is a feeling (can you taste?)

Synesthesia, through the unexpected associations that it produces, can be a great source of inspiration.

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Unexpected associations can be practiced through Artful Contemplation with imaginative exercises in blending or crossing-over two senses or perceptions.
Close-up of artwork for contemplation by Lanon Prigge. All rights reserved.

What do you TASTE when you peer into this metascape?

The word synaesthesia comes from the Greek synth (meaning ‘together’) and ethesia (meaning ‘perception’). It refers to the intertwining of the senses in perception.⁠

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We are each on a unique unfolding path called Life. Art, improvisation and mindfulness are ways of keeping connected to our creative source and available to impulses for flourishing.

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