Meditation and Visual Expression
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
“We dwell between the air and the earth, guests of that middle kingdom where light and colour embrace.” ~ John O’Donohue
A week-end of creative exploration and quiet inner reflection with Cameron Sesto and Teri Eramo. We will be hosting workshops in Newbury, Florida, and Ireland. Stay tuned for our schedule of dates and pictures. Meanwhile, if you’d like a pdf of our flyer, please e-mail us at email@example.com
We will be making cards from the images and thoughts originating in our weekly meditation/drawing sessions. Stay tuned for the details.
- Pathways charcoal by Cameron
“Many traditional societies believe that the Four Rivers of Life—Inspiration, Challenge, Surprise, and Love—sustain them, and connect them to great gifts. They also believe that if they fail to stay connected to these rivers, they succumb to “walking the procession of the living dead: and begin to experience soul loss, depression, stagnation, or other manifestations of acedia.” ~Angeles Arrien, The Second Half of Life
Ideas, art projects, or relationship concerns that have yet to be brought into the light of my understanding are gaining strength below the surface of my awareness. I am always in these cycles of incubation and manifestation. The seed needs time to develop before it can be harvested.
This brings up a conversation of risk and fear. C says, “When you’re ready, there is no risk.” But I’m wondering if risk isn’t proceeding in the face of fear—moving through and learning from the uncertainty, rather than waiting for a feeling of safety.
- Dry River Bed Memories, monoprint by Cameron Sesto
- Dry River Bed Memories
“What moves me at this time of my life, on this journey, are the things that seem simple and are creations that cling to the tides of life like the water marks, dents and designs in the flesh of the sand. The sea washes ashore creating these ruts that keep returning every time the ocean sweeps the sand. These returning creations are rituals every day nearby me and I am moved by how cyclical it all is, making life feel simple … I respond to this.” Leslie