June 26, 2012
As I continue on with these drawings of aliens I return to my roots; drawing figures, faces, decorative surfaces. But why aliens? When I first moved to the States I was a legal alien and now I’m just alienated or feel that way often, perhaps it’s the artist’s role (one of many), but it does have it’s advantages ie. lots of time to paint and draw and read! The Weth notes in this blog post seem to go with the alien drawings because it is channeled information received by psychic and spirit-medium Jane Roberts in the 60′s and ’70′s. Reading the words and viewing the art below should help you expand your mind in regards to your personal point of power and how you can influence your reality in a positive way or at least it did for me.
The Seth Material as channeled by Jane Roberts (some of my favorite bits)
But while disasters, imagined or encountered second-handedly, may in fact later occur, they are far different from physically encountered ones. You only add to their unfortunate nature by negatively brooding upon what might happen in the future, and you destroy your own stance. Your stance in time is highly important, for it is your practical base of operations.
To some people wars, poverty, murder, treachery, corruption, are primary experience, and must be dealt with – as requiring immediate action. The body must react. Such persons are beaten up, or robbed. Those are immediate sense data, and in one way or another they do react. However feebly, their point of power corresponds immediately with the point of danger.
You cannot react physically in the same way to projected or imagined dangers. There seems to be no possible reaction. You are frustrated. You are meant to deal with your immediate, primary experience, and in so doing you take care of your responsibility. You are able to take action in your own experience, and therefore affect others. You do not have to be ignorant of wars in other corners of the world, or close your eyes. But if you allow those experiences to overcloud your present, valid intersection with reality, then you speak and act from a position not your own, and deny the world whatever benefits your own present version of reality might allow you to give. (p. 213)
Jane Roberts, The Nature of The Psyche: Its Human Expression