Embryo is germinated! Ready to come to the world beautifully!
Finally we are coming close to the beginning of the “Open House”. Over the past nine months we have been planting seeds and watering the soil in order for this beautiful event to arise! I want to thank you all for your trust in the artistic process that has evolved over these six months.
Here some final announcements:
The following documents lays out core values for all of us to utilize as tools in our collaboration. If your friends have any questions such as... What is the address? What time should I arrive? What happens if I get lost in the hallway? ...
Throughout the week we are planning to open a few more pop-up events with the co-labs (MEET THE ARTIST) and special guests who are offering some interesting content.
Like a mother, we would like to host everyone at once, but the space is still limited.!!
EVERYONE who is not participating as artists MUST RSVP.
The house will be open every day for 11 days from 5pm to 9pm for visitation.. Co-labs are very popular and needed so please choose your time and invite friends to RSVP at the particular day you will be here.
In this vernacular of Arctura Process, everyone is an artist and has the potential for healing!!. “Artist” is a state of being, or in other words is an archetype of one who chooses to refine being and create the dream of life as oppose to being stuck in the dream The artist is transforming emotions, transcending thought patterns, alchemizing form and treading new pathways for society. For Artcura process the principal media, is yourself, your being and the sensations you experience in relation to the space. Them you bring the seed you found to share with others. This actually is not less important process -sharing the results- Healing occurs as a consequence of engaging with your sensations in your body with love and compassion, and in engaging helping others into their processes.
ART can serve as a refuge of truth, sacred ceremony, prayer or selfless service similar to what might find in a “religion” It provokes unfelt emotions, insight into the unconscious mind and realization of the lenses that alter our perceptions. Or maybe it allows us to see the world naked as it is...without these conditioned beliefs and hopefully sense freedom.
We are looking to develop at Babalawo Satya home, sangha community and reveals the buddha embryo through art.. .
Here we offer you some guidance to check in with your work as an alchemist artist. It may be a compass so you can investigate how you work is unfolding:
In case of doubt, ask yourself what you can let go to make the process flow.
1. Generosity (dana)
This can be characterized by unattached and unconditional generosity, giving and letting go.
2. Morality (sila)
Cultivating virtue, integrity, and honesty
3. Renunciation (nekkhamma)
Giving up worldly clinging, craving and desires as a means to find deeper freedom
4. "Right Intention." Wisdom (pañña)
Prajña (Sanskrit) or pañña (Pali) has been translated as "wisdom," "understanding," "discernment," or "know-how." It is the wisdom that is able to extinguish afflictions and bring about enlightenment.
5. Energy/Strength (viriya)- effort
It stands for sustained effort to overcome negative habits or emotions. This signifies the persistent effort for the well-being of others.
6. Patience (khanti)
Khanti (Pali) has been translated as patience, forbearance and forgiveness. It is the practice of exercising patience and forgiveness toward behavior or situations that might not necessarily deserve it.
7. Truthfulness (sacca)
Sacca is a Pali word meaning "real" or "true." In early Buddhist literature, sacca is often found in the context of the "Four Noble Truths," a crystallization of Buddhist wisdom. In addition, sacca is one of the ten paramis or perfections that a bodhisatta must develop in order to become a Buddha.
8. Resolution - determination (adhitthana)
Adhitthana (Pali; from adhi meaning "higher" or "best" plus stha meaning "standing") has been translated as "decision," "resolution," "self-determination," "will" and "resolute determination."
9. Lovingkindness (metta)
Metta meditation is loving kindness (love without attachment). The strong wish for the welfare and happiness of others (parahita-parasukha-kamana). Essentially metta is an attitude or mindstate of love and friendliness.
10. Equanimity (upekkha)
American Buddhist monk Bhikkhu Bodhi wrote:
“Upekkha means equanimity in the face of the fluctuations of worldly fortune. It is evenness of mind, unshakeable freedom of mind, a state of inner equipoise that cannot be upset by gain and loss, honor and dishonor, praise and blame, pleasure and pain. Upekkha is freedom from all points of self-reference; it is indifference only to the demands of the ego-self with its craving for pleasure and position, not to the well-being of one's fellow human beings.”
May all beings be safe. May all beings be healthy.
May all beings be happy. May all beings live with ease.
Kecya & Witney