"We Live in an ocean of energy" (Serge Benhayon, An Open Letter to Humanity, p512)
While out walking this morning along our country lane, I felt connected to the all, my body light and aware of the birds in the trees, the rain falling softly and then stopping, the sky patches of brilliant cerulean and grey clouds floating overhead. Observing my surroundings and feeling the space between the trees I had a sense of the limitless space beyond my field of vision. We are a part of the grand whole, a spark of light or energy in a particular place, suburb, town, which can be felt to be pockets of larger spheres called country or continent, which in turn make up the planet, which is part of the solar system, and it part of the universal spheres of our universe.
Wonderment is a lovely approach to hold as an artist. It allows us to appreciate whatever is in front of us and around us without judgement, it allows us to respond to our surroundings in a playful and joyful way, deepening our connection to ourselves, to nature, to the oneness of the all.