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Depth – TAO LP 10

Depth – TAO LP 10

The voyage into creation is the voyage back home. You know, home is the place where we all come from, forever transforming and recreating itself.

So how do we go back home is like asking how do we become pure creation. 

If you look around, observe, and ask the right questions, you can conclude that everything is around us is Creation. The world around you including you has been created, somehow. 

Creating is the very act of life in all its depth and essence. You can also say that creation is the answer to everything, and to simplify, c r e a t i o n s is all there is.

So when you create, you reconnect to the essence, you play with the core function, “the clay” of life it’s self. 

Being a conscious creator is the most powerful thing you can be. 

We go back home by becoming the spirit of it all, to realize that we are creation continually creating no matter what forever and ever. 

To be home is to surrender to this bigger picture, wherever or whenever you are in time and space.

Now the level of creation you can reach is determined by the limits you set or the dreams you make or the repetitive thought you have. Fear is the most robust limit and love is the highest power. What is essential to know, is that you can go deeper and deeper into your exploration of this when you create. In fact, you can go beyond everything you know right now. 

If you want to explore further, you open new doors, to reach the higher levels of yourself, healing and clearing out the filters of the past to allow more light to come into your home.

Historically, we have seen many creators who left spectacular traces of their passage here for us to learn from. Individually or collectively, great minds and hearts changed reality in a sense and changed the course of things in new directions. 


Here is some interesting inspiration demonstrating some of the brilliance we are all part of:


TAO LP  (The Art Of Light Painting).

About The Author

Patrick Rochon

Painting with actual light has been a fascination for two and a half decades now. Having explored many techniques, created many different light tools and light painted thousand of pieces, I’ve come to a place of finding beauty in simplicity, opening a world of small details within a line that contains it all. To me, that is where fine art begins. Patrick is an award-winning Light Painting photographer with over 24 years of experience. First prize winner of the Nikon photo contest in Japan, Patrick has done light painting photography for various fashion, rock magazines, CD jackets, DVD covers, posters, and international ad campaigns. Clients also include Toyota and Honda. Born in Montreal, Canada, Patrick has lived mainly in Tokyo, New York and Paris for 15 years.

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