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Needed for the symphony
…I realise, suddenly, there was a feeling or a frequency I was anticipating when I was that child knitting together those colours, that music, all those vivid March associations…and that feeling is truly emerging in me now, as my reality. What this music set up for me was not a simple nostalgia for the past whenever I heard it but an anticipation of somewhere I was heading; it projected me forwards towards something that resonated deeply with me…a taster of what was possible, a preview of what was yet to come, which I would then recognise for having “got there” through the reminder in the sounds I was hearing. Each year at this time, with each layer of associated memory that I had matched and added to that original one, through the reminder in the music, I had inched my way ever closer to myself, like I had been tuning myself against the tuning fork of my own frequency. That frequency is Who I Am and I am getting markedly closer every year, every day now…better and better at expressing it as a clear and confident note.
Posted in Art, Art purpose, Art transformation tool, Health & wellbeing, Life journey, Music & theatre, Personal Development, Recovery chronic illness, Remembering, Symbolic journeys Tagged Aerial, being who you truly are, easter, healing for longterm illness, healing through sound, how we guide ourselves through associations we make, Kate Bush, Kimberley Solari, music portals, repairing DNA, returning the energy body, singing bowls, some-associations, symphony, Symphony in blue, synaesthesia, time travel through music 1 Comment
Life without gears
Life lived in reaction is like driving a car with gears, it provides traction and moves us along a road, often taking us – what feels like – very far through the landscape of self-improvement and achievement. Measured that way, we get to feel the accomplishment of every hill climbed, every narrow bend negotiated, all the near-misses to drive yet another day. As such, we learn to crave those bumps in the road for all the ways they give our tyres something to rub against, giving us the sense of moving along but, while we continue to transport ourselves that way, we can’t think that the road will ever stop delivering what we crave as it never, ever, will. That road (to health, wealth, freedom, recognition…) can go on for all eternity if we really want it to, or if we don’t stop to consider that there are equally ‘real’ and vastly more expansive, new and altogether more mind-bending experiences awaiting us just the other side of our own (current) paradigm of what is possible… Continue reading
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Life journey, Personal Development, Recovery chronic illness, Spirituality Tagged belief systems, breaking out of reaction, DNA, evoution, experience, fifth dimension, freedom, healing, heart-centred living, human potential, intuition, Mindfulness, new era, quantum, struggle, synaesthesia, synesthesia 1 Comment
It came to me on a new wave of understanding, in my bleary-eyed state of awakening this morning, that at the very core of everything that I Am, I am ‘a simplifier’ and even the realisation of this brought new … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Art technique, Consciousness & evolution, Dogs, Life choices, Painting, Personal Development, Photography, Spirituality, Writing Tagged clarity, expanded consciousness, fractals, life path, living in the moment, oneness, path to enlightenment, patterns, sacred geometry, simplicity, spirituality simplified, symbolic journeys, synaesthesia 4 Comments
Walking a spiral, feeling in colour: my life with synaesthesia
More than twenty years ago, I tripped upon a word that professed to label a range of sensory experiences that had been my personal “norm” for all of my life. As a young child, I started to suspect it wasn’t … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Art technique, Consciousness & evolution, Health & wellbeing, Meditation, Personal Development, Spirituality Tagged DNA programmed by sound, energy matrix, fractals, full-spectrum, Gregg Braden, Linda Perhacs, love, self-healing, spiral time, Story Waters, symbolic journeys, synaesthesia, The Man Who Tasted Shapes, timeline, visualization in healing, visualizing time 11 Comments
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