On Tuesday I had to deliver some artwork to Brisbane, for an upcoming Abused Child Trust for Kids charity art show, (20 June in Brisbane) these 5 pieces were bubble wrapped and loaded into my car . . . ipod . . . chai in a takeaway ceramic cup . . . and off I went
I had the most wonderful feeling of freedom and adventure which put a little pep in my step.
Only about 5 minutes from my home I had the beginning of a colour wisdom card reading... spontaneously delivered via the shuffle on my iPod in my car, 'Woman Named Aubergine' "UNKNOWN" - 'You are not to know' - was the first... followed about 20 minutes later by Sky Blue! "EXPANSION" - 'You'll see it when you believe it.'
... Aubergine, Sky Blue, then Silver Cloud "CONFUSION" - 'Every silver lining has a cloud.' on my drive back home. The lovely thing was just how right on they were!! So I thought I would hang out good and proper with some of that Sky Blue in real life.
I took my 'best kebab in Brisbane' and a sarong to spread on the grass, and a gorgeous chai tea that was made fresh in a pot the traditional way for me by a lovely man at a shop in West End.
Watched the cheeky pigeons pass by, looking furtively at me in case I might be dropping crumbs.
Then I just lay on the grass watching the clouds for a little while, (do you see that big monster?)
and I was instantly transported back to my childhood where I began this fascination for cloud formation, creature spotting
There's a little pony at play here . . .
It was so simple, but so special at the same time.
I hope you get to lay on the grass sometime and watch your clouds skid by, and see some fleeting art. It's only there for a few seconds, especially for you.
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“There are very few human beings who receive the truth, complete and staggering, by instant illumination. Most of them acquire it fragment by fragment, on a small scale, by successive developments, cellularly, like a laborious mosaic.”