Reconciliation with Myself

Reconciliation can be difficult, but in the end, it is sweet and liberating. I always listen to the voice in my mind that tells me how to behave and what to do. But do I really need to always listen to that voice? If we look at the realities of everyday life, we can become aware that the voice is not always accurate. We have become accustomed to listening to it without thinking. We should consider that this inner voice is shaped by our experiences and memories. Reconciliation with ourselves is a lifelong struggle that begins in childhood. We encounter various experiences, both good and bad, and we listen to the voice within us. But why is it important to reconcile with ourselves? Because if we were to avoid negative experiences that go against our desires, we wouldn’t need to go through the process of reconciliation. However, that is not the reality of life. Therefore, we need to focus on the present reality. Our reactions to external stimuli depend on our physical and mental state. Our reactions are the result of internal impulses or energies that manifest in different ways. Our perception depends on the mental instructions we have received through upbringing, habits, and natural inclinations. In order to develop a positive perception, we need to acquire knowledge through life experiences. These insights shape us as individuals, and we should accept them. Correct perception frees us from negative emotions and burdens. We should strive to be more sensitive and feel more intensely. Concentrating and calming the mind allows us to notice what is in our thoughts. We need to pause, gather ourselves, and recharge our natural batteries in order to move forward.

Every insight shapes us as individuals, so let’s be curious and open like children.

Fluid Beauty

Fluid beauty possesses an exceptional characteristic – the beauty of unity. It encompasses the inner beauty that appreciates and feels the external appearance. In this blog, we will explore how one’s inner state shapes their external form and how sincerity in relationships plays a significant role in experiencing beauty. Join me as we delve into the essence of movements, emotions, and the uniqueness of each individual.

Inner beauty recognizes every gesture, the rhythm of the heart, the vibration of the voice, and the breath that manifest through our bodies. However, beauty is not solely defined by physical form. It is essential to maintain our inner state for the external form to reflect true beauty. Otherwise, external radiance becomes superficial. We will uncover how the sincerity of relationships contributes to the perception of beauty and why it is crucial to delve into the essence of movements and emotions to truly experience the beauty of a person.

We can genuinely feel beauty when we delve into the core of someone’s movements, emotions, and communication. A smile, a gaze, the contours of the face, and the rhythm of facial expressions reveal the uniqueness of each individual. Although tastes may differ, we are drawn to lines etched in the subconscious, creating allure and beauty. Similar to flowers, which are always unique, human originality stems from the goodwill that empowers us to create our own beauty.

The Beauty of the Heart

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The beauty of the heart is a connection that recognizes the uniqueness of a person, just as they are. If we notice beauty in their subtle movements, facial features, and the depth of their emotions, then we can say that we feel that person. In this text, I will focus more on the perception within a partnership, although this applies generally, regardless of the type of relationship. I want to avoid any misinterpretation of the content by the readers.

Feeling another person is a great talent. Feeling means establishing a connection because as soon as we characterize someone, we are already in contact with them.

Contact can be mental and physical. Mental contact often leaves room for various thoughts that we invent or contemplate about a person. Paying attention to someone creates a kind of mental contact, where we open ourselves to that person. This openness can be positive or negative. Negative connections strive to resolve conflicts, while positive connections seek to reconcile or share pleasant feelings, thoughts, words, and other forms of contact.

Being interested in the beauty of the heart means bypassing the interruption and disturbance of our own expectations and desires, genuinely showing interest. This is a deep connection that operates in accordance with appropriate principles of contact. By trusting in such an approach to connection, we open ourselves to the physical beauty of a person that arises from their inner beauty. By seeing the inner beauty first, accepting it, we then recognize the external connection and beauty.

Man and animal

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The human mind significantly differs from that of an animal, primarily in the realm of goodwill. Natural mechanisms of living beings operate according to the laws of nature, just like in humans. I chose this topic to inspire ourselves through the world of animals.

When we observe living beings and nature, we notice that they are all similar to their own kind, almost identical, although not literally. The world of life possesses its uniqueness and behavior, but compared to humans, everything is roughly alike. A lily flower is similar to other lily flowers, a cheetah is similar to other cheetahs, and a bear is similar to other bears. Look into the eyes of animals, what do they tell us? They exhibit consciousness in which we don’t see manipulation but rather the experience of each animal—anger, joy, sadness, and their natural rhythm of movement. As they move, animals have a simple gaze focused and concentrated on their life processes and activities.

If we examine the human gaze, we can discern an entire world of thoughts and feelings, as well as intellectual attitudes and complexities that humans can utilize based on their intellectual, emotional, mental, and internal systems. I don’t need to say much about this aspect; anyone who is aware of this text can comprehend human states because they see and feel them every day.

Let’s look at this young man in the picture. Notice his control of the moment, the power of carefreeness, and the sense of security and peace. Let’s remember that we have the power of control and stewardship over natural resources, may it be with love.

The Young Man and the Animals


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Mental-visual composition is a contemplative and creative creation of compositions “with a tonal rhythm of the heart, while listening to the environment. There should be no thinking about burden or, in fact, we have already partially burdened ourselves. These burdens subtly affect our mental, emotional, and physiological state.

Each burden results in heaviness, like “forbidden fruit.” Non-burden comes from liberation from the deepest desires and mental projections that do not fulfill the complete free will of a person but rather take it away. The deprivation of free will occurs through activities that are not easily visible but act through mental patterns that provide instructions on what we should do. For example, based on experiences, we may be inclined to repeat certain actions or constantly revolve thoughts that disturb us. Thoughts prompt us to do these things willingly, offering us topics for contemplation and images, but the decision to accept them lies with us. In most cases, if thoughts are important or emotionally intense, a person will embrace that stream of thoughts. The key that magnetically attracts us to think negative or difficult thoughts arises from the knowledge of reason, which suggests that we need to observe states of consciousness and mind in order to act correctly or protect ourselves from dangers and unpleasant situations. Because if we don’t think, we feel anxiety and may wonder what will happen. This way, a person becomes restless. We feel calmer when we contemplate, even when it is not pleasant, as we believe that we have taken some action at least.

I would like to emphasize again that non-burden arises from the deepest desires for authenticity, nourishing humanity in accordance with natural laws.

Sphere of Perception

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The Sphere of Perception encompasses recently added posts that primarily relate to various states in our everyday life. The depiction of this image prompts reflection on characters and atmosphere. The natural ambiance of the painting is enhanced by flashes of light, symbolizing our thoughts and emotions, and encouraging positive thinking. However, the idea of living without negative qualities can be unsettling, disturbing, and leave us feeling scattered and angry. The painting portrays the negative aspects of language and observation that should not influence us but need to be recognized. The purpose of this artwork is to vividly illustrate the influences of everyday life. The depiction of the face detached from the hand symbolizes the desire to free ourselves from these negative aspects and connect with the positive light. The right part of the painting represents communication among individuals, where a spark can be observed in the eye. It is the spark of achieved positive relationships radiating towards others. On the face of the interlocutor, we can notice an open gaze and a gentle smile of contentment. The purpose of the painting and our positive actions is to live among others and within them.

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