And you already got an artistic internet groupie!
I never like anything I make. I always see the flaws.
I'm a foodie and actually trained to be a chef, but I dropped out, but I am still creative about it. You can't turn it off, and I can't un-know what I know about cooking and the physics of it and the creative interpretation of it. A chef has to deal with both physics and the human psychology of those who interpret the food. It encompasses everything and that's why I love it so much. BUT I mull too much for the industry and that's my I am not an army man, or yes man grunt, which commercial kitchens want. I think too much and I am an artist and I am not alone. With lucid dreaming I have questioned reality itself and my perception of it and it gets deep. Very deep sometimes, too deep for most. You can't help but take an objective, and dissociated look at the human experience and what you thought you knew as 'life'. But this is a magnet for those across the world with similar experiences and ideas.
I don't use Facebook. It's too inane. This is a cool place to meet people with similar intellect. (I don't mean others are stupid, but no sports or celebrity gossip here). It's refreshing!
Now, when I say "separate" I don't mean a literal separation from the physical body. I'm not making any such Monroesque claims here. What I'm talking about is technique within perception. The illusion is that we separate from our bodies, but, however realistic it seems, it doesn't mean it really happens. To me it is nothing but a cool brain porkie.
That's why I carefully picked my words when I said: "separate from your perceived physical body stencil...
By the way, I was expelled from university for disagreeing with lecturers and for experimenting with drugs. Today I am wiser only because I like to read a lot besides creating art and playing guitar. Most of what I know now comes from my time out of school and living the family life. Being a father motivated me.
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The smart ones skip class and break the rules because we are above that.
We smart ones do that and forget about homework and question social 'rules'.
School is under the guise of learning new ideas fed to us by old professors who memorize and spew old texts. We were regimentally trained to show up on time and focus to prepare us for the work force. That's all they cared about. Not intelligence.
This smart, but untrained dog has spoken.
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