On Patterns and Space

In Hebrew there is a saying according to which a person isn’t but the result of his homeland.

We would like to suggest that being the result of his homeland may be of a very positive value only if the person is likewise the result of multi-dimensional scopes.
Being lead solely by the habitual and customary prevents us from experiencing the impermanence, which is the essential quality of Life.
If we have established patterns of mind, we also set goals which in fact suit these patterns. Thus we keep walking on the same track, extending the known and preventing any renewal.
As time flows, patterns of mind tend to become slogans and idea fix, preventing us from exploring the Unknown and Unexpected.
Awareness which is impinged by personal patterns and fixations, extending only the Known, will repetitively experience more or less the same joys and sorrows, missing the thrill of the unknown Transient.
By gradually learning and practicing to get rid of habitual fixations, we increase our vitality and start communicating with the world, as it flows.
When we start communicating with the world, our goals become more flexible, and the way to the goals seems more exciting, surprising and revealing. We continually redefine the goals and thus stay updated and alive.
Exploring the Way and ever redefining our goals, keep us prompt to learn, experience, and gather insights.
Contrary to the mind that is trapped by its own fixations, fearing failure and judgment of the others according to a given codex – the free awareness turns the everyday into a continuous thrill and adventure.
Each new adventure enhances and activates our senses, turning the miraculous and awesome – the real landscape of the Soul.

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About Dr. Dorit Kedar

Forced to continuously change nations, cultures and schooling - I had to develop a wider sense of communication, a way of thinking-feeling-behaving which stresses the common denominators. The need to adapt new landscapes and land-souls has taught instinctive means to overcome separatism, prejudices, dogmatic beliefs and suspicions. While looking for the common gathering denominators, I have also increased the ability of perception and individuation. Being constantly in estranged places has triggered psychological processes to turn the unfamiliar into familiar. As an art critic in the Israeli press, a curator, a writer - have always dealt with the otherness, the different and the infinite variety of the Existent. My Book of Peace is the result.
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