We are creating new Karma Fashion artworks all the time.
Everybody loves love. Love is the force of Life. We like to ponder love
Contemplating our lives, our thoughts and our universe helps us to grow and live well, bringing us happiness.
Yoga means union. It is an ancient Indian tradition of meditation and wisdom to help humans evolve
I love quotations, they help people think critically, to ponder life and create a value system in alignment with their life experience.
Abstract art is a freeing process, you let go and let your mood and feelings direct, wonderful!
We Love Zen and mindfulness @Karmatops – it keeps life simple
In Zen Buddhism there is a saying “The obstacle is the path” – It points to our problems or issues – it suggests that the issue itself is the way to freeing oneself. It’s kinda like if we fail at something – we can see it as a challenge to work out how we can do something different – or basically learn from our mistakes – we can decrease our suffering by having a different perspective – by seeing the obstacle as a means of developing ourselves.
My daughter drew this on with her Ipad, she called it “Mamma’s mid life crisis – I didn’t see this as an obstacle I just changed the name 🙂
“The forest bird never wants a cage” is a term coined by the Henrik Isben – a Norwegian philosopher, poet and playwright of the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.
I find it interesting and saddening that such knowledge and consciousness was around hundreds of years ago and still we are not protecting our environment and wildlife.
I often go into nature to regenerate and to re-calibrate – I am always astounded by the beauty of and the ways the wildlife live with us and it helps me to contemplate and understand cooperation.
We can all live together peacefully and nature shows us how – this is the Tao. This is the yoga! This is Karma fashion!
I was on the bus watching people scroll through Facebook, over and over. I’m not a regular scroller. It made me think about what kind of messages are going into our psyche at the moment. So I went on my Facebook account and did a scroll. I drew the memes that got stuck in my head.
I realised that I have control over what I see to a degree, as I get to choose the pages I like and mostly inspiring or thought provoking ones, so when I log in I don’t get bombarded with suffering or drama. Call me old fashioned but, I have also hidden most local friends (so I choose when I interact with or see people), because I think it’s healthy to have social boundaries and not be inundated by peoples psyches.
I suppose it all comes down to how we choose to use social networks as to whether they are good or bad for us 🙂
We are working on our new 90’s techno range 🙂