the intention to be

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When you possess light within,
you see it externally.
…..Anaïs Nin

this heaven of sky and light and color and clay…..this is the sacred space where we meet to gather ourselves, to honor the runes of knowing….may we fill the well with electric refueling that can only come from starlight and rainbows…..

An artist must have downtime, time to do nothing. Defending our right to such time takes courage, conviction, and resiliency. Such time, space, and quiet will strike our family as a withdrawal from them. It is. An artist requires the upkeep of creative solitude. An artist requires the time of healing alone. Without this period of recharging, our artist becomes depleted. We strive to be good, to be nice, to be helpful, to be unselfish. We want to be generous, of service, of the world. But what we really want is to be left alone. . . . .Julia Cameron

wild sensibility

The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition……Alan Alda

3 thoughts on “the intention to be

  1. Pingback: Risk By Anaïs Nin | Renard Moreau Presents

  2. I absolutely love this posting, my friend. When I withdraw into the wilderness of my own soul, it is sometimes difficult for others to understand, and as such, I am torn between responsibility for that which my words bring to others and what is needed for the words to find me. Perhaps the greatest honor we can do ourselves is to honor (and keep) our one sacred light such that it ultimately brightens the world. My love to you, dear one. ~ Always, Bobbie

    • oh I so know the resistance…..to honor this small moment can be a miracle at times……I have learned the art of the small but magnanimous moment…..and you too, find words in between spaces……I thank the Universe for you Bobbie…

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