Mixed media on canvas
36” x 36”
There came a time when my meditations changed dramatically. The new sensation was like a vice grip around my head…but in a supportive and loving way. This is what bliss feels like.
It comes directly between the ears at the centerpoint of the brain-tool. It’s a strong “magnetic pull,” tugging at my consciousness from the inside-out and from the outside-in simultaneously. It shoots out from the forehead and then wraps all the way around the outside of my cranium. The vibrating sensation feels like my whole body is being wrapped up in an oscillation, but especially the head is like a toral field.
It feels like something I should pay attention to. It feels like the answer, the truth, the force, the power. It feels like home. It has completely changed the way I feel about meditation. I can ask it “come to me, to come sit with me and it will be there very quickly, and I love it so much. I know it is important although I do not understand how, but I know that doesn’t matter. It gives me something that is unique among humans. I will never stop drawing it nearer to me.