Whatever you choose to do, it is okay.Love seeing what you are working on.
Recognised the background on this finished page from an earlier post Teesha, done with ink trickled onto a wet background. Great page !!
I love this page.Some of what you wrote resonated with me and reminded me of certain times and spaces in my life. Sometimes when I've felt an over-riding love for humanity I believe it is a love of myself being alive. Feeling disconnected to others in my life at the same time almost helps to facilitate that kind of near-euphoria, because I am free of a lot of the interpersonal baggage that I let affect relationships sometimes, and allows me to embrace the commonality of being human and alive and breathing and receiving life. I feel it's a very motherly way of being even among men, to allow this kind of gratitude/appreciation to wash over and in-spire us, while not letting inter personal dramas or resentments or hurts get in the way. Once in a very long while, it's possible to feel both at once, and at that time, it's scary as hell.HAA!Love this face.
no sooner has one found the field beyond that polarity within, when the next dichotomy of the self reveals itself. I love this poem by Rumi (I think it says it all) 'Out beyond ideas of wrongdoingand rightdoing there is a field.I'll meet you there.When the soul lies down in that grassthe world is too full to talk about.'Teesha, I have signed up for the UK Sacred Art Retreat and am really looking forward to it!!
Teesha I am soo inspired by you and everything that you do. When I grow up I want to be a reasonable facsimile of you. Your commenters are also great.Thanks for this post and allowing us to read your thoughts.
This piece is amazing, the background's really cool, it looks like it could be for a band's album colour.