What I want to remind myself and my followers is that – nature is the natural source – certainly, you can get lost even there, but if you listen really carefully, it whispers
lovingly and guides us correctly. ”know thyself,” – said the oracle in Delphi –
it is an art and a great challenge.
These are important anchors in our existence and are directly related to how we
perceive today and how we will perceive tomorrow.
Our living spaces tell how we currently live and relate to our environment, what characterizes us and how we choose to identify ourselves. But, where does our
perspective come from, who created it, where is the source?
Regardless of where we are characterized and what we want to present, we can
agree with the greatest certainty that everything is perishable and nothing stays.
In the Upanishads – the philosophical texts of the Veda, man’s attitude to life is
rewritten and interpreted. You will find a quote on how we choose to interact and
experience the weave of life that we ourselves have woven.
Creating is a divine and natural power – finding its source.
However, I see it as one of our greatest challenges.
Live well & wisely!
We are like the spider we weave our life. And then move along in it.
We are like the dreamer, who dreams and then lives in the dream.
This is true for the entire universe.
– The Upanishads
Anna Charlotte Rosenberg Bosten
Textile Artist, Creative Director, Healer, Author
Lives and works in Paris & Stockholm
Photo: Richard von Hofsten — from the Book The Word of Colours