Reflections from the Mat
Why do we treat art and yoga as different progressions? Neither is lateral. In both practices you’re moving inward as oppose to forward necessarily. There’s no wrong turn, no such thing as a mistake. No matter how hard artists and yogis can be on their expression, it’s just that, an expression of the unique, divine spark of sentience that intrinsically creates something beautiful and filled with love.
Both yoga and art seek to transcend the third dimension. We see glimpses above that fill us with love and magic in such a way that we know the true nature of reality is magnificent and beyond our conception as humans. However, we trust our roots and know that divinity and love surround us.
“Do you feel that?“
How do you ask a question that you can’t quite put into words? You make art. Reflect the divinity beyond infinity from the exact place you are. We all know it from different perspectives but the cosmic knowledge remains.
How can one write a love story to the divine? There are no words, only limbs and breath and energy moving in the third dimension… To practice yoga is to create poetry with your very essence. With every aware breath and movement, we move not forward but toward “God.” Yoga is the closest I’ve ever been to the divine.
Artwork is the closest I’ve ever gotten at expressing it to others.
The pursuit of cosmic knowledge and our own desire to express each glimpse is what is waking up the collective. The age of Aquarius is upon us. && the poets and yogis have known all along…
The universe is love
(this life is art)
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