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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

birthing awareness

Could we be born judgment-free?
Stimulation and incubation is the day and night of infancy.
Parents are responsible for the judgments that nourish their awareness.
How much this behavior legacy affects character is individually balanced.
Judgment projects the paradox of approval and criticism with contentment as the neutral zone. Everything above this line is happiness in varying degrees to (equalize) the discomfort of unmet expectations below the zone.
Pain is a signal to the maintenance department that special attention needs to expedite repairs. This may seem like stimulation but healing is incubation.
The stimulation is on the happiness side of expanding awareness.
Making time for others stimulates the economy of comm(unication)unity.
This information age can get us past punitive judgment for restorative justice.
My method is to present challenging concepts as possible middle-zone expansion.
Contentment counseling helps me give up my complaints, relax anxiety of approval and find more joy in the spirit of sharing ideals,
Stop making things good and bad with judgment and try the for better or worse committment to appreciation (praise is prayer), & quit feeling needy.



Blogger jim said...

Bradford, you may have something here. Expand the contentment zone. Like you describe it, I think that may just be 'enlightenment' so many seek, the ability to stay in there.

It is like the difference between many paintings and a Rembrandt. Rembrandt expanded the middle value range, way beyond the power of most painters to do, and in doing this, he gave more 'realness' and more 'atmosphere' to the subject. He became adept at placing the darks, and he kept them very acutely used, not haphazard at all, not in any way. And the very brights, he did likewise, very carefully and thoughtfully placed, they even, like the darkest darks, they even were not 'jolts' at all, did not interfere in the midranges.

Your post reminded me of that fine painting. Good thoughts.

9/14/06, 10:38 PM  
Blogger Travis Jay Morgan said...

In order to see clearly, one must cast away all opinions, discriminations, and prejudices.

9/15/06, 5:48 AM  
Blogger jim said...

I think it would be better to achieve maximum purity alive, never die, no more 'births' all live forever, amen. Always growing, ever upward.

9/15/06, 11:36 PM  

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