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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Existence Unfolding...

“…Existence is just unfolding out of Itself
 spontaneously, naturally, unplanned.
Similarly, your true life unfolds in the same way…
start enjoying the cosmic play…”




“And I, infinitesimal being,
drunk with the great starry void,
image of mystery,
felt myself a pure part of the abyss.
I wheeled with the stars.
My heart broke loose on the wind…”

Pablo Neruda



“…the timeless dimension of our Being
is awaiting realization.”




Photo: Windows Into Infinity Mandala
Rotated and Zoom Blurred



10 comments:

  1. I'm enjoying contemplating all these and your beautiful image to start a new week. :o) Happy Days, Christine ((HUGS))

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  2. Wonderful and wondrous photo treatment of the mandala. A new and unique creation that unfolded from its own being, as it were.

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    1. Thanks Lynne :) Amazing this digital stuff - how it can really change the perspective - the orientation - and make something look newly created :)

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  3. Oh, was wondering how you did that mandala. amazing. and thank you for the quotes for the day.

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  4. I like your journey with this mandala, you seem to be going places. It always amazes me how you can expand an image on and on, with layers of meaning. I like to photograph a certain vase over and over in different lights then expand even further via pixels - we should collaborate!

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    1. Thank you Sue! Yes, I *am* expanding! (In more ways than one :) lol... I love what you do with your photography! So true - it's amazing what we can do with one image isn't it... Well someday maybe we will work together... Who knows!

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  5. Precious energy radiates from you — your images, the words you share. I feel peace when I come here.

    And your visit to me just now was timely. I was cutting up food for supper and feeling regret for posting my poem, afraid of doing the opposite of sending peace. Your response means the world to me! Thank you so much, Christine.

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    1. Oh my goodness, thank you Ruth so much for your lovely words! I am glad you find peace here. It lightens my heart to know that... And am glad that you kept your poem posted :)

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