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mi2 Resonance

mi2 Resonance

Rick Roberts

The other day I was reading Living Water by Olog Alexandersson. It is a book about Victor Schauberger and his discoveries about water.  When I got to this image on page 35, I saw the tangle mi2 in it. The text under the image reads, "Water Disturbance Pattern. A thin brush has been drawn in a straight line through a shallow tray of glycerine treated water, whose surface has been dusted with powder. (Schwenk method, photo by A.J. Wilkes)." I took this tile that was hanging on our porch wall and put it beside the picture. Sure enough . . . that's mi2, a...

Whether we see it this way or not, every moment of our lives is an opportunity to learn. We had a delightful conversation with Alfie and friends about this very subject. Nomi shared with us a lovely quote that made us all think a bit. “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” –Benjamin Franklin We discussed this idea in reference to today’s lesson. Maria shares a way to draw an old tangle in a new way. In the process of her teaching, she invites the community to explore this concept further. Now...

We got into an interesting conversation about creativity with our friends, Alfie, Nomi, and Marasu. We asked them what they loved most about creativity, they all agreed that it empowers them. They felt as though their Zentangle practice has given them strength and confidence to create more and perhaps explore something new. It has also given them a new perspective and sense of place in this world. Sometimes it just takes a moment of empowerment to see it that way. Join us as Rick takes a playful approach on today’s lesson to create something precious, we can interact with as...