Imagination within time

Spending many hours looking at the sky. Time passes. Imagination flourishes. Translate onto the page. Nothing is there. Does it matter?

Where is the mark. The first mark. The one that leads to wisdom?

Ah, it’s inside. Consciousness grows. Awareness deepens. Sometimes it’s enough. The power of now is now. Whether is appears on the canvas or page or not. Because I am the imagination, the vibration my being communicates out into the ethers is a result of process.

Does it matter if the mandala is within me ? Or outside of me? It is both and neither. My human self needs it to be outside. My worthy guides who live in other realms do not care. As long as I help others, and remember it is not about me – all is good.

Imagination is good.  Within time.

Today’s meditation – tibetan channel breathing. Connecting to trance and all is as it should be, as always.

Enjoy the meditation: Click here to listen to the meditation

About Rhonda Schaller

I am an artist, gallerist (on sabbatical), writer, creative mentor and educator. I am the Director, Center of Career & Professional Development and Visiting Associate Professor at Pratt Institute. I am the author of Called or Not, Spirits are Present, Blue Pearl Press 2009, and Create Your Art Career, Allworth Press 2013. I sat on the board of Directors and Faculty of the New York Feminist Art Institute. I am the co-founder of the Ceres Gallery, NYC; founder of Schaller Jaquish Art Projects, NY, NJ; Director, Create Meditate and co-publisher of Blue Pearl Press along with my husband environmental studies professor and Vedic scholar Dave Jaquish. My artwork is in the permanent collections of the C.EVERETT KOOP INSTITUTE at Dartmouth University The Art of Healing Gallery; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, Washington D.C. - EXIT ART, Reactions collection; MEMORIAL ART GALLERY UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER; MUSEUM OF MODERN ART- Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection, Mail Art collection, and the Alan B. Slifka Foundation.
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2 Responses to Imagination within time

  1. Great blog, thank you for sharing it with the world x

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