Today 5 years ago was the Transition of the Man who literally changed my life Dr Wayne W. Dyer.
Reading one of his books on a bus on the way back from London after spending an incredible day in Tate Britain I read the words “Don’t Die with Your Music still in you” and the story behind it .
The next day I started my blog and if you have seen my website alisonkparsons.com they are featured on the home page and cover banner on my Facebook page of the same name.
Now that music can come in any shape or form but means just share your gift with the world 🌎 .
I was meant to be spending an evening with Wayne Dyer in London on the 1st of October 2015 at a Hay House event and I was in London when I learnt of his passing after a glorious bank holiday weekend and I was back there the next day for work and while in the hotel I watched Wayne’s film below “The Shift”.
I admit I cried, I cried for Wayne, I cried for not seeing him in person and I cried for myself because of a scene in the film as my heart ached because I was not fulfilling that part of myself.
I can thankfully say less than 2 years later that part was fulfilled and then some and then some.
I can thankfully say I know longer sense that loss and My Passion is for no one else to feel it and die with their music still in them and that’s why today in honour of Wayne I share the full version of the film with you and hopefully it inspires to share YOUR music with the world 🌍 xoxo
The other day I brought all my art materials together inspired by the fact my daughter has kindly given me the project of designing her wedding dress.
I was pleasantly surprised at some of the little doodles I had found in my many part completed sketchbooks and created an album on Facebook called Art for Arts sake.
Some samples of the things I found
I have now made a commitment to do something artistic everyday, however small and even if it is for 5 minutes.
Six months ago I was desperate to get out of paid employment and was searching for ideas of making money and becoming self-employed. An opportunity came in my direction and I started utilising every available second and investing in this project. I was doing this secretly as I knew my partner would not understand. Strangely my always busy partner was becoming less and less busy and quite often home around the same time as me and even before me which was making it impossible to invest time in my secret squirrel project. This was beginning to cause me anxiety and anything that causes me anxiety causes me anxiety because my requisite is to be happy as often as I possibly can.
I decided to accept the situation for what it is and not fight it and instead actively look for the Path of Least resistance.
Art for Art’s sake. Bliss for Bliss sake.
Yesterday I listened to the attached link:
Kim Thuy, wow what a shiny example of Gratitude and Happiness to us all and how to live on the Path of Least Resistance
unusually today my partner is having to stay away over night for work and I have been excited in some ways of what am I going to do with this free time. One thing I knew I wasn’t going to do is pressurize myself into doing something I feel I should be doing. I was going to ‘Let go and Let God’ guide me.
And God/The Universe guided me to the canvasses I have laid out in our conservatory. Canvasses that I painted for Art for Art’s sake but look like they will be hanging in my second daughters flat (apartment).
3 blissful hours flew by like 3 minutes until the light faded and whilst there I listened to productive material on YouTube from my phone and from both audio’s the main thing I picked out was do what you are passionate about. Well I am passionate about art, I am passionate about writing and passionate about self-development and while painting I was stopping occasionally to write inspirational notes I was gaining from the self-development audio’s on to my iPad so I was ticking all my passion boxes at once and living my bliss – good job !!
The last audio I listened to was this, something I aim to live by but no harm in being reminded just what we can be grateful for:
I then went to wash my brushes and whilst washing my brushes I got a true Eckhart Tolle moment of being here Now. I was totally tuned into the silence of the evening, broken occasionally by the sound of wood pigeons which I love anyway. I could smell the evening air and the feeling of the warm water and the sensation of the brush hairs between my fingers. Right then, being wealthy, being self-employed didn’t matter at all. Right then my life couldn’t get more perfect.
I was doing what I love and loving what I do – I was doing my passion for passion’s sake
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