creativity thrives on an openness and innocence (or perhaps wilful ignorance) – a trust in the unknown and the anticipation of the unexpected – as well as a certain level of restriction, pressure, or limitation: a time constraint, a budget limit, an equipment or materials limit, inexperience, weather conditions, client preferences, mercury or mars in retrograde, etc….
we live in a society that favours specialties and routine, systemizing a categorizing. when you exist more in openness and generalities, as what an artist embodies by default (and we’re all artists), you frequently run into walls, and attitudes, and perspectives that just don’t compute….
it really is time to uproot the most obvious of the unconscious designs and programs we continue to blindly perpetuate….
hatred is a most useful tool. it’s sole purpose is to flesh out our truth, in anything….
i watched Teal Swan’s latest video “Why You Can’t Feel Loved for Who You Are” and it hit something really deep, like a sledgehammer to my heart. we’re so identified with our doing, our ego – and how our parents and society only ever validate and value our doings – that we have no idea…