This piece is titled, Stars and Water. An alchemical depiction of nature in transition. This work is about surrendering to change. The star in the centre is still a star, yet everything around it keeps moving, in and out of form.
The colour palette for this piece is particular to the warmth of dignity, stretch and communication. Similar in example to the 曆butterfly effect; in that small adjustments in the flow of the star, filter through surrounding energy, swirling with both light and dark. When mixed and transformed, the star is still a star. Astrology, healing, clairvoyance all teach us, that we are an interaction with the universe, through each other, our planet, our stars and the cosmic body it sits in, the Milky Way to the larger Cosmos. Our essence as humans in balance, naturally vibrates in and out of ideas, places, perceptions. Valuing the interaction of us with the universe as opposed to us ‘ruling’ the universe, creates a moment within our mental landscape to adjust without lack, sacrifice or misconception. Supporting the star to move and hold its essence.
Silver in this palette, was chosen with bronze wax, to show the beauty before joining, the elements igniting a creative spark. An illumination around the star.
I’m sharing this work today, in support of your creativity, day to day, step by step, toward healing solutions and integrity for our communities. Interact with care, grace and awareness for us to have better treatment of ourselves and each other.
In listening to your inner celestial navigation, like the Moth, you support a straight line of flight. A distillation of distraction.
It sounds complicated like this, lets break it down, so you can have an easier time navigating our world and all that it encompasses, centring around this week. If you picture the landscape above as a landscape in your minds eye. Standing on the field with the most sunlight, sunshine on your face, open your lungs and breath in deeply. Thinking, I breath in peace and breath out love. Two or three times is good. As the sun begins to warm you till you smile, softly feel where you can find this warmth in your day to day. Let the warmth foster in your body all the way to your toes. Drop your head to your chest and feel the warmth on the back of your neck. Let peaceful inspiration find you, in the light. Softening your breathing allow light to enter your minds eye. Lighting corners where you feel more light can come through, but may have a block in front. Gently remove the block, picture it dissipating into miniature star drops of light. Falling back to the sunlit ground, earthing and neutralising. Begin to deepen your breathing. Breath in peace, breath out love. Feel comfortable in the Golden Path that will support you in finding this peace unblocked in your day to day, for the whole week. Reimagine yourself in the field with gentle sunlight on your face. Slowly come back to your day, breath in peace, breath out love.
Remember, visuals are good for helping to turn down the volume on the monkey mind. Animals behaviours and vibrations are part of the planet, communicating all the time. Tuning in to the volume of nature improves our vibration, state of mind and distills fears, supports courage and clarity. When we transition from one story to a more inclusive vibration, we release and distill into a different volume. Altering what attracts to us. Our thoughts are paramount here. Clear the clutter and imagine your Golden Path. Visuals are a way to stay grounded while feeling into new navigation, for better outcomes.
Moth helps us here. Other aspects enlightened by moth; pace, true inner bearing over arrogance or bravado, lightness of touch and awareness in illumination. Sending you good vibes and much peace.
Components of my work have an anchor in the mindset and lifestyle of, prevention versus cure. In light of that I what to mention a film I watched, ‘What the Health’. A look at our health thoughts, diet and systemic issues with our food systems. Available on Netflix, Kip Andersen, takes a look into health, diet and how we work in regards to bio accumulating factors in us and in the environment, a great cross section of stat’s and professional dialogue. I’m left with an old sentiment, we are what we eat.