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March 2011


March 2011



Two ways of seeing. Full attention to data from the eye. Equal parts eye and imagination.
3.1.2011


Snow melts. Grass appears. Streams overflow.
3.2.2011


Competing for attention.
3.3.2011


Meanders of the river cross the boundaries of experience.
3.4.2011


Roundtrip. So many cycles in a day. So many parts to an experience.
3.5.2011


Upwelling. The dragon awakens beneath centuries of strata to find himself alive in the imagination; his body preserved in the shapes of coastlines and mountains.
3.6.2011


Rebirth of the ego. Strong action is required but now in service of the larger context.
3.7.2011


Asymmetrical unfolding. Persistent gridded cycles. What story is the color telling? What body springs forward from the cold?
3.8.2011


Ice liquifies. Pools appear. Grasses photosynthesize fresh green. The land draws breath upward. A spirit returns.
3.9.2011


Persisting through cycles. A voice in the ear.
3.10.2011


Open frames overlapping. What supports the river?
3.11.2011


A friend of the imagination. The word 'phylogon' comes from a novel by Philip K. Dick called The Divine Invasion. His character manipulates history by rearranging a stack of phylogons. So when I write about flattened cubes as portals in time, just think of it as the fanciful beginning to a good science fiction story. Something like, "John suspected there had been a shift in the universe when moments in the day began to unfold like a flower blooming."
3.12.2011


A phylogon closes.
3.13.2011


Late winter undulations. Being washed one way and then another.
3.15.2011


New feelings overlay familiar ones.
3.16.2011


Archetypes guide emotional intensity. Breathing restores the garden.
3.17.2011


Deep pools. Shifting shores.
3.18.2011


Perpetual spring. Perceptual spring. Preeminent ring.
3.19.2011


The reality of trying to connect. Outside touching in. Inside reaching out.
3.20.2011


Fragmented landscape. Trying to map shifting ground.
3.21.2011


Rolling forward. Looking up.
3.22.2011


Heavy swell. Familiar form. Passing storm.
3.23.2011


Fanning. Feathers. Fingers. Spring.
3.24.2011


Thoughts pool. Waters clear.
3.25.2011


Early spring in Sugar Loaf.
3.26.2011


The science fiction story resumes. From the ether to the earth, enter three floating slightly curved fan shaped phylogons. The story passes through them like they are frames in a movie but does it lead to the past or the future?
3.27.2011


Self organizing landscape. When the phylogons encounter Earth their relationships are expressed in a geo[logical] way.
3.28.2011


Today's curled up phylogon reminds me of a creation myth from the Upanishads: "In the beginning, there was only the great self, reflected in the form of a person. Reflecting, it found nothing but itself." And the story begins...
3.29.2011


Waves in a turbulent sea. Energy movement on many levels. Practice floating lightly.
3.30.2011


Round trip road trip. Drawing on a bus. Each segment of the day encapsulated as a block. Disjointed states of mind. No wonder travel makes us feel jagged.
3.31.2011