Spiritual Journey Thursday
This year, as part of my OLW, CURIOUS, I am exploring writing about my spiritual journey each month.
This month, Robert Hamera asks the question about what colors make up your life.
I have been thinking about colors a lot of late especially in creating a OLW art piece for curious.
Blues and greens are the colors of my life. The ocean, water, trees and plants are touchpoint for me. This past weekend, being at the coast is what I needed; to be surrounded by the vastness of the ocean.
I am a seeker and naturally curious. Once I had my aura photographed.(somewhere in my buried files I still have it) It was a turquoise blue. A color of calm and creativity. A color of compassion and listening. I identify with all of these.
between the storm clouds
©draft, jone rush macculloch
Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
2/2/2023 03:41:20 pm
I love your collages. I haven't done one in a long time, but your images inspire me. I recently heard a podcast about using curiosity rather than judgement when meeting people. I imagine you are good at that.
Welcome to SJT, Jone. Curious is such a fun, expansive word. A turquoise blue aura! I love that. I love that you could identify your colors immediately - blue and green, your touchpoint colors.
2/3/2023 11:52:48 am
Jone: Curiosity and calm make a great team. I find blues and greens so relaxing and rejuvenating, No doubt the natural world feeds your creativity. Good luck with your images, I always enjoy them. Thanks!!!
2/3/2023 10:37:58 pm
Turquoise also has depth - and this feels like it rings true for your spirit, Jone. I can see why you would need to be near ocean and forest both. How perfect in the PNW. I love your collage work! I hope you'll share more of this.
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