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Thoughts on Teaching, Art and the Limiting Nature of Words

A picture, drawing or an art piece is worth a thousand words, and yet words can be so limiting. The act of creation itself is wordless. It is dreamt, felt, experienced, envisioned. It’s etheric & esoteric knowledge passed down from the other realms.
Why should everything be transcribed into words when things should be experienced in the first place? That’s what I’d like to teach people: not to take my words for granted – they are derived from my own studies and experiences – I want them to experience too and draw their own conclusions.
This is what teaching is about, the student(s) should outgrow the teacher through their own experience. But knowledge needs to be first shared, in order to ignite everything else…


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  1. […] with Meetup. I’m also considering other forms of teaching/communication (see my blog post on The Limiting Nature of Words). The truth is I’m not a new-agey, Reiki, angel & sparkly fairy kind of person – […]

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