224.What really happens when we do not pay attention?


In the foreground there is a gate and above it is the agitated activity of the lines that look like branches of a tree. When we come to the blue lines in the upper part, the character of the lines changes and becomes more like the movements of playing, wondering and inventing. See that?

The gate is closed, and some parts of it are broken, its color is light and there is no fence or a wall that the gate can open or close. It is only an idea that we cannot go in. In truth we can.

If we go in, we find strange, mysterious shapes that play together. They are trying to frighten us, maybe, but chuckle at the same time.

Both in the front parts and in the back parts, as we go up, we find more openness, more freedom and a suggestion of an infinite space.

In the front we have the more shallow aspects of life, the drama, the nervousness, the ideas of restriction. In the deeper part we find playfulness, joy and an interface with the endless.

Who is the protagonist in the picture?

Who invents the stories the dramas and the restrictions?

Who enjoys the game of the shapes inside?

4 Responses to “224.What really happens when we do not pay attention?”

  1. 1 ryssa8g February 14, 2016 at 1:59 pm

    I think the answer to all of your questions is different parts of you. Seeing how you look more deeply into your paintings is amazing for me. Through paint and dance I am equally focused on learning from my intuition, the messenger of my unconscius. I greatly value your approach.

  2. 2 intuitiveflow8888 February 14, 2016 at 2:12 pm

    How wonderful to get this answer. I think it is true, but let’s not reveal it yet…

  3. 3 Michele February 16, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    Loved looking at this painting. To me the whole picture is a metaphor of what happens when I meditate. The gate is the protagonist like the mind. All the dark lines of color around the top of the gate are like the stories created by mind/ego/gate. The light blue lines that reach the top all of that is what happens with the focus of the breath separating you from all those stories, dramas and restrictions.

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