Cause you never can tell
What goes on down below!
This pool might be bigger
Than you or I know!”
……~ Dr. Seuss, McElligot’s Pool Whether the “pool” is a body of water, or someone’s mind (including your own), it can be hard to tell what is going on below the surface. That’s not always a bad thing. But if we want to become fully conscious, to really see below the apparent surface of things, we need to be willing dive in and face what we find. It Can Be Wild Down Below #surface
We love to think in either-or terms. Either I do, say, write, ask this or that will happen. And we don’t allow ourselves many choices. They are often a this-or-that format as well. But there are always more. We just haven’t thought long or clearly enough. Three 3=2 and then some. HINT: Pay attention to dreams, seemingly random remarks, songs, art, books, etc. that are trying to get the attention of your consciousness and provide direction. #choices #CWWOL20120311 #consciousne
I am an emotional painter. I don’t mean that I weep and wring my hands as I paint or tremble with angst. I am more of a joy seeker, a happiness hound, a deep C diver (C for consciousness). So it may surprise you to know that, upon entering my studio, you would usually hear nothing more than brush strokes. It’s inner work I’m performing, as I try to coax out the nuances of an emotion, to illustrate the way it feels with a brush and paint. I consciously attune myself to an inne