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Worthy Art

The outer world is a tool manifested by consciousness to observe it’s own reflection (self) and projections (art).  The outer world is not the reason for what is reflected but what the consciousness has generated of itself to observe.  It happens in what we could call an organic process where suspended belief is the vessel in which we travel submersed in our creation.

Our thought process has become dedicated to the facts of this outer world leaving us wavering to the illusion of our own projections.  The world is not transformed from the outside.  It is transformed from within and only then can we project this transformation from our observations into our realizations.  This is immediately true with our definitions and agreements to how we set worth and the purposes we have decided for things.  In allowing this immediate transformation we are triggering a cause effect scenario that can only be slowed by our intentional friction.  In time the transformation would be overwhelming for us to currently fathom because we would live in a space without blame for it would be known that the outer world does not create who we are, but we create the outer world and we embrace that personal responsibility with all our being.  This is not to be correct, a concept lacking life and beauty, but to be creators of art worthy of our own observation.

Answers vs. Art

Thought is not simply a path to answering

our relatively relevant manifested questions.

Far more intricately, it is the negative space

lending contrast between our inner/outer worlds.

The goal is not to find correct answers

but to be empowered to paint the relative truths

in ways that invoke appreciation for the scope of view.

Art is the window to apply ourselves as creators

in the same way that we idealize our own creator.

 

– Travis the Traveler

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