I,ve been away from my blog again for a while, but I have also been meditating a lot. During these deep meditations and channeling sessions, I have been experiencing very focused images in my Third Eye, scenes that I must put down in a painting, a creative image representing the vision that I experienced in the moment, in the ‘Now’ .
I have been lost for words of late, I just can’t seem to summon up the words to write a post, I have however been doing a lot of painting and drawing, usually following on directly after my meditations. During these meditations I have received strong visions, pictures so vivid that once I come out of meditation I start to draw or paint. So in light of my lack of written posts, I have attached a few of my most recent paintings for you viewing, amusement and or comments.
So in light of my lack of written posts, I have attached a few of my most recent paintings for you viewing, amusement and or comments.
I wanted to share an event we held in Shanghai last Saturday evening, the event was all about communication, friendship, fun, creativity and teamwork.
We had about 60 people there ranging from young children of 5-12 and adults ranging from 18 to 60+ and from all walks of life, education level and business title.
The purpose was to create a masterpiece, something to be proud of, a painting to bring smiles to all our faces through communication and fun.
The following image was the picture we wanted to create.
Each person was given a canvas, an easel, paint brushes, paints and a 6 x 4 inch piece of the final painting which was cut down into about 60 pieces. Each person was put in a team of about 6 people and each person needed to create what was on their 6 x 4 inch piece of the paining on their own canvas.
Once everyone had finished we put all the individual paintings together to create this wonderful masterpiece.
The evening was fantastic, smiles were on everyones faces, lighter could be heard everywhere, people were communicating the old fashioned way…verbally..face to face 🙂
This TED talk was highlighted to me by a blogging friend Cynus at http://madmanstwilight.wordpress.com , it is a talk that took place in 2007. Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.
It’s very entertaining, very funny and hits the nail on the head re education and what we should be focussing on for the future of education….Please watch 🙂