"BLUE SQUARE,RED TRIANGLE", 1997, 40" x 40", m/m

"BLUE SQUARE,RED TRIANGLE", 1997, 40" x 30", m/m


Interesting how when one changes up one’s life in ANY way that the ripple effect stands true as a universal law.

If you read my blog regularly you may have experienced a redirect to another site in the past few days.

I had my blog tech guy upgrade WordPress and all hell broke loose.

Everything is better than fine now.

Speaking of change..after my trip last week my physical self is in integration mode.

The journey toward wholeness goes like that..

An action is taken which produces a reaction.

We live in a world of duality so this is the deal..

You do one thing and another thing happens because of it.

Installing a new and better computer capability or working intensively with a healthcare professional or even eating a new food or beginning a relationship.

Divinity and demons are built in.

I suppose the thing to do is notice them and make another action in the direction you choose for yourself.

Toward the ‘demonness’ of blame and loss of hope or ‘this is uncomfortable and I want it gone’ or ‘this is too hard and I’m giving up’…

Or perhaps ‘I wonder what’s around the next corner? It might be better than this,’
or ‘this is new territory (food,person,treatment,behavior,computer program) and I need time to get my sea legs.

For me, since I have lived a good deal of my life with a protected and hardened heart, I generally choose to move toward softness; any choice that leaves me less defended and more open to MORE CHANGE!

That really sounds insane when I write it.

But essentially that very thing is what I’m out for this time around.. moving toward wholeness whatever that looks like.

And as I am sensitive to my inner workings after all the work I’ve done on myself, I can pretty much recognize now when change might help me move closer to home.

Do I always ACT on that knowledge?


And then stuff comes back to bite me and I GET TO CHOOSE ALL OVER AGAIN!

I’m telling you, if you can’t make this ride into an interesting one, you may as well get another car..


One Response to “Change”

  1. karen gordon on February 5th, 2010

    yes yes yes!

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