258. I am

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I am.

I think of A.

I make A out of myself.

In order for A to be A, it needs B all around it.

So B is created too just as I create A.

Now A, a part of me who is different from everything else, and B, also a part of me who is different, interact with each other. The interaction is an experience. I feel how the energy of the experience moves inside of me. I can feel it because it is different from the calm me.

Now, if I give A the ability to change at will, the result will be that different B’s will be created around the different A’s. And every pair of A and B will create a different experience in me.

When you are the only being in existence, you need to be innovative, if you want to somehow know that you are, or to know your potential.

Without creating you don’t know yourself.

Creating is the way to self-knowledge (and self-love).

If you ever have the question “Who am I?” Create, and you will know at least one way that you can be.

You will know much more. You will know yourself in a deeper way.

You will know satisfaction. You will know flexibility, you will know that magic is how things are always done, and you will know that there is no final knowledge. You will also know that there is no truth. There is only the now experience.

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3 Responses to “258. I am”


  1. 1 windhound April 3, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    There is a delicacy in your drawing that reminds me of fine seaweed. as the strands are moved by the water they interact, cautiously, experimentally, hesitantly. Possibilities arise and discoveries are observed. Creation keeps on creating.

  2. 2 kimbones April 4, 2017 at 8:57 am

    You are an exquisite writer, as well as artist. Sharing such transforming art and personal thoughts is such a contribution on so many levels. Moreover, the processes as they reflect and relate to chronic pain and your journey practicing meditation are what speak to me, and inspire me. Kimberly

  3. 3 intuitiveflow8888 April 5, 2017 at 3:07 pm

    I read your comments and I hug them.


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