By John Ruskan
As sequel to his Emotional Clearing, John Ruskan takes the reader on a trip into the collective subconscious archetypal global of feeling. during this designated and evocative paintings, he blends fiction with East/West psychology to assist wake up forgotten emotional components of ourselves that needs to be introduced into the sunshine as an essential step to non-public evolution and therapeutic. Ruskan bargains unique penetrating insights into the method of making artwork, illuminating vital difficulties comparable to the blockading, self-criticism, and manic-depressive syndromes.
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Children at play exist in a highly magical state. They interact with beings of their imagination as much or more real than those of the material world. They imbue ordinary objects with extraordinary identity and power, performing the basic artistic act. Children are primarily in the right-brain. At a certain point, the shift occurs to a predominately left-brain orientation with the onset of adulthood. You could start with yoga-type breathing to change your brainwaves to more of an alpha rhythm, where feeling, healing and creativity occur together.
52 AND THE WALKING EUROPE A crowded pub/restaurant/meeting place in Europe. There are interesting-looking women here. They dress exotically, seem open, soft, sexy without being vulgar. Some are sitting alone, as if they could be engaged in conversation. The adjoining room is raucous – painted gray, dim and smoky with bare light bulbs hanging on black cords from the ceiling. A wild game is going on. Participants are in an area demarcated by a tall wire fence. The audience is sitting around the fence on bleachers, cheering passionately.
It appears to make no sense. Another room beyond this one is full of antique carousels, pained and faded. Frank leaves the pub. It’s night, and as he walks down the street, he falls into an open manhole. He’s horrified as he keeps falling into the blackness, thinking one of his worst fears has come true. But then, he stops falling. Somehow, his head pops up above ground with the rest of him stuck below the surface. He yells for help. Some people come over to rescue him. One of them says he could sleep at their apartment because hotels are expensive in London.