3 thoughts on “Visualizations

  1. Love your I Ching-like visualizations. Harmony seems to be pursuit of yours. Really like your blog entries, particularly one on Maternalization: “Mothers worship their babies like little gods because the mother-baby relationship is the first religion many mothers have experienced. Worship is the natural response.”

  2. Hey,
    I do enjoy what are you writing in this blog and the visualizations especially the snake one going round, I wonder if this one is your own drawing? I would be happy to hear from you. With lots of love.

    1. Hello, Aysan. I just saw this comment. I’m sorry I took so long to respond. Thanks for the kind words.

      Regarding the snake symbol, I call it “the gorging ouroboros”. It took me a long time to develop an opinion on what it might mean. I think it might represent being so stuffed with thoughts about thoughts about thoughts that we lose the capacity to intuit the word-defiant reality that surrounds and permeates us.

      But it is a symbol. It was not designed to represent a thought. It came to me as a meaning-charged image, without any explicit meaning. So my speculation is just as speculative as anyone else’s.

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