“How can the Universe help you if you don’t tell the Universe what you want?”
Believe that you can exceed all your previous ambitions and hopes in all areas of your life, and the odds are you will.
This ‘Belief’ thing is general and secular. It is connected with the ‘Power of Intent’. It may seem strange, but those who ‘believe’, live longer and stay healthier, and this, the medics link with the benefits of ‘positive thinking’. I heard that there is a new College in Oxford (UK) started to study ‘belief’ from all angles – if anyone knows their web site address, can you let me know please. Thank you.
If the outcome of life is the result of thought then we can all sit and think-up our best tomorrows and like magic, they will all come about. But if it is about ‘belief’, then just ‘thinking’ about it won’t work as the element of faith, thus conviction, will not be strong enough to help us reach the goals we set.
I think therefore that ‘passion’ needs to be in the recipe to turn thought into belief. I also figure that as we are all on the same planet within the same energy state, then only a belief that works well for all, will work at all. You could believe that a meteor would land tomorrow and destroy everything here but as that is on the negative side, it is less likely to occur, for more people would believe that we could find a way to stop it or side-step it! Hmmmmm … side stepping planets … you better believe it!
I believe in Waves ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ Grant
(Image included (above) by Kind permission of “Image of Learning”)
Lares and penates are so often craftworks nowadays rather than mass manufactured goods, yet our spend on crafts is still relatively low.
To get hold of quality crafts / one-off commissions you need to visit a gallery or craft workshop or buy direct from makers via sites like etsy.com
At the HoBB, all art and craft for sale, is locally produced.
We also have displays of art and crafts created by friends from further afield. The photo (top left) shows a delicate pot shape created totally from handmade paper with shredded banana skin. It’s a very interesting process and having tried to make paper myself out of shredded newsprint and ended up with mucky over thick insulated blotting paper and grey stained hands, I know something of the challenge that Sue at Cinque Port Paper has mastered in creating such a fine craftwork.
The second might be green after it has lived outside in the HoBB Gardens for the next year or two but thankfully, will not be crawling around my jacket. At the moment, this fine, numbered edition of the Sacred Scarab of Ancient Egypt is in terracotta. It has been crafted by Colin McGowan, the Sculptural Ceramist from Kent who’s recent artworks have been passionate large modular ceramic sculpts helixing around the doubly important topical subject of genes and genetic engineering.
For such artists who traditionally showed one off works in galleries, the issue of limited editions and their despatch worldwide, is becoming an essential way to build reputation ahead of the artist’s international exhibition tours. To see more, this link may be of interest to you https://www.notonthehighstreet.com
Waves ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ Grant