[...] Originally, as if frozen in a world that was not ours, as painted in a painting we were not part of, we couldn't do anything. We have however agreed, as I wrote to her, that “I shall search for her on all the planets and in all the lives I shall ever have” and we allowed ourselves to write to each other.
These are our love letters rewritten on our costumes since we were two faceless souls communicating with each other. These are our words, our feelings, our embraces, our buckets of tears of sorrow and joy, of desire, of love, of … hope!
About Love, Life, and Art
[...] The artistic impulses are the very expression of our individuality, not only as human personalities but part of the individuality of the source we are coming from. They hold great authenticity and those around an artwork may perceive this unperceivable energy that they carry.
We cannot separate therefore and break into different concepts and speak separately about love, life, and art. Life is love, love is life, and art is an expression of the love for life that one holds in his being.
[...] In each end every one of us lies the power to fully blend the masculine and the feminine energies, to consciously choose the blending of the polarity of positive and negative energy, to fully blend the harmony and love, the happiness that is ours, that is our birth right and is fully enclosed within us and in the marriage of the relationship of the female and the male, there is not the loss of the individuality, but rather the celebration and rejoicing of oneness.
[...] Expressing ourselves in this world encompasses our interaction with the world. Every single concept, every single object, every relationship, every single situation, in one word every interaction is the same one thing but an encounter with ourselves manifested from all the different points of view that oneness can manifest and what the interaction brings up is what we need to look at at the particular moment of interaction.
We are all teachers and learners, we are all equal sharers, each of us has something to reflect to the other, we are all mirrors.
[...] Basically detaching the notion that a truth is the only way, and replacing it with the notion that a truth is only one way, can increase the acceptance of others and can lead to much better communication between people regardless of whether or not they can see eye to eye on a particular idea. Increasing the acceptance of others and a better communication leads undoubtedly to a greater unity since there is strength and unity in diversity.
[...] In a larger sense each and every individual human being is an artist, is a creator. Out of our thoughts, our ideas, our belief systems, we paint daily our lives, we picture our future, we act in interacting with others, we form the living sculpture of our body and this is far more important to us than any other work. It can be conceptual or not, it can be random or not, but at the end of the day our life is our most Intimate work of art. And even this artwork is open to the observation and reflection of everybody, including the creator himself.
[...] All that it takes to align or realign our reality according to our preference is the clearness of our vision or, in other words, our clear intention(s). The moment we are conscious of anything, it is no longer something remaining in our subconscious, it is something conscious, which we now choose to do something about. When we establish our clear intention, we adapt the frequency of our reality to the frequency of our desire. Hence, that it is not simply a mental exercise to clarify and establish our clear vision, it is, accurately, the initiating step that sets up the energy template, the model, that “our reality then grows upon”. Therefore it is not merely an exercise but a foundational statement of a conscious creator.
Lockdown: The Illusion of Isolation
[...] I believe that my reality is in truth only a dream I am having, and I can dream it any way I want to. The world I see around me is an illusion created by the energy I am sending out.
As long as I am in the dream it feels real for me, but realising it is a dream I can change it, I can focus on the reality that I want to create and act in alignment and in accordance with the reality that I prefer to experience as my physical reality.
Within my conscious I can create all possible dreams, all imaginable realities I could ever experience. Choosing between one reality or another is a matter of aligning vibrationally with the particular reality I prefer.
[...] There are many ways, many mechanisms, many ideas through which we express ourselves as physical beings, as lifetimes, as statements of reality, as our version of reality. The path to our desires is not always a straight path. It is like a water network within which water can reach from one point to another in several ways, sometimes it can choose the shorter path, other times the longer one, sometimes it can have a higher speed and other times a lower one, always with curves and tees and valves and elbows. All of these things are life circumstances and situations, they are only opportunities for growth and evolution. And how we work with the energy of growth when the opportunity arises is what changes us, what expands us as we evolve and mature into the wholeness of being.
[...] It is the willingness to comprehend that we have created these ideas within ourselves to make ourselves complete within this realm of reality. We are a polarised society, we contain the whole of the dichotomy of the polarity of the apparent contrasts and opposites. The further we are willing to look at ourselves as a complete and total creator, the more of creation we will allow within our reality.
[...] As art creation springs from a combination of thoughts and therefore emotions, enjoying an artwork is not only therapeutic, but it also highlights the ethereal wedding of the conscious and unconscious mind, transforming the viewer into a creator per se.
Just as a photograph is the re-creation of something that was previously created, in the very same way the viewer, from his own inner identity, is the re-creator of any artwork. The viewer’s conscious mind arose to open up choices, to free him from a one-road experience and feelings (e.g. “what did the artist want to say?”), to let one use his or her creativity to form diversified, wide-ranging comprehensions.
[...] The painter chooses from his palette the colours he wants to use in his artwork just as we choose from the multitude of beliefs available on our mind’s palette those we want to use, those we consciously chose to trust in, with which we choose to paint the physical picture of our thoughts, with which we choose to create our life.