Enigma 306: Eggs and spoons - From New Scientist #1454, 2nd May 1985 [link] I asked six entrants for the egg and spoon race at our local sports for a prediction apiece. Here are the rep...
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Contrasts - review of Identity
A mixed media collage reviewing my second week of revisiting the artist way.
This week was a hard one for me. I found myself with loads of ideas about identity but whenever I attempted to express them they changed! It was like trying to pin down a lump of jelly (jello) and pretend it was a piece of granite - just not realistic and rather messy.
So I alternated between really paying attention to what was going on around me and working away in my journal.
There is a devil hidden in the detail:
Exploring one's dark side is never easy - the reason we leave it unilluminated is because we are pretending to ourselves that it isn't there. And some of it seems to be pre-language which means attempting to psychoanalyse it is a waste of time - much better to get in contact with the feelings and unblock them.
And then there were a whole load more angel synchronicities:
I drew this angel as a morning doodle in my journal. Can you see the connection from its halo to its head? When this angel is resting the halo goes off like a neon sign saying closed for business.
Another reason for choosing these two as details is that this week I sold a book and then 3 hours later got a message saying that it had been bought in error. It was called "Heaven and Earth". By a great stroke of luck I hadn't posted it yet (normally, as the order came in before noon, it would have already been on its way).
I also added in the rainbow chest of drawers as it was one of my favourite doodles from this week.
There were plenty of butterfly synchronicities too but the message seemed to be that of reconstruction - not yet ready to emerge in its full glory. Top left there is a butterfly almost ready to emerge from its chrysalis; and bottom right there is one that is sleeping.
I worked a lot with the Shining Tribe Tarot this week (see my earlier post about the Empress). I drew a card and made a drawing of it each morning after that. That is where the other tarot cards in this image come from.
This morning's was the 6 of Trees in reply to "Who am I?" but I felt that it was really an answer to who will I be soon, so I put it upside down on the 2 of coins ready to be flipped upright when activated.
Oh and before I forget, if you want to see a very funny image of me see what Ian did to me on the Camel Exchange.