Sunday, July 30, 2006

To see is to believe

Marking any transition by making a physical change in the environment helps the transition become permanent. Sometimes it's as simple as changing the places of the furniture, which is also great for freeing any energy blocks. The mind believes what it sees, and can thus be visually manipulated. In short: esthetics matter.

Vacation was superb, and although I'm now going back to work, I'll still have all the free time I need for various subjects of interests, such as becoming immortal and hmm, possibly rich.


At 05 August, 2006 18:18, Blogger Apotropos said...

being rich would always be nice.

At 14 August, 2006 01:21, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I envy you your vacation, it looks fantastic.

It is amazing (at least, it amazes me) how much a change in aesthetics can change the way a person thinks. 'Form' and 'function' are not the dichotomy they are sometimes made out to be.

As for wealth, I plan to marry a rich person then kill them. (But don't tell anyone.)

At 15 August, 2006 00:26, Blogger queerrel said...

Being rich could well be nice. Took me long to decide whether I even want/dare to give it a try. Also, getting rid of all this money business and fixing things so that I'll have little or none to do with it (it's possible you know) is another goal of mine. Both life styles appeal to me, yet neither I plan as a permanent state.

I'm soon moving out to some place new, and this turned out to be the perfect time to make changes in the soon-to-be-old environment. Had more freedom to forget practicalities (often nothing more than habits that block all inspiration) and focus on what feels right. I'll try to take that attitude with me.

bc, you'll have to share the profit (or kill me too).

At 22 October, 2006 23:33, Blogger brow of calm said...

"Sometimes it's as simple as changing the places of the furniture, which is also great for freeing any energy blocks"

Good point well made here, change is a good thing! Pity not everyone realises this. "Slow down!" they would wail or feel suddenly ripped from their blocked comfort zones.

At 25 October, 2006 23:29, Blogger queerrel said...

I guess it always depends on the perspective. I can't think of any absolutes, where change would only be for the bad or only for the good. There's so many ways to look at things. Even in freeing blocks (of energy or what have you), what is then released might not be pleasurable.


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