In London I've taken many, many, photographs. The ones I loved most – felt most inspired by – were bits of brick, the wheel of a bike, decayed posters and paint. Rubbish and rubble. Read More »
All music is given to us as an expression of love and we give it on as another expression of love. From the heart to the heart. Read More »
My deepest intention is that some day a sufferer, no matter how afflicted, will be able to look at a painting, at a photograph, and be instantly released from those chains and so be fully healed. Read More »
The art of photography is the art of relationship. I take very many pictures, and I love to do so because I love the relating. Read More »
This is probably the simplest and most direct statement that I can make about music. Read More »
When a doctor approaches a patient he must think not only of the mechanics of the physical cure, but also of aiding the person in healing his spirit. This cannot be learned in medical school, it is not in the medical textbooks, nor does it qualify as a diagnosis for insurance companies. But it is what really matters. Read More »
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Over all my years of endeavoring to heal, I have found time and again that I cannot work with
The man that hath no music in himself,
Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds.*
For music is the mother, and such a man has rejected her. He has no desire for the conciliation which is, I believe, the very essence of my work.
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To be healed, to be whole, is to be one with one’s Soul. And it is my belief that we need to go out to come in: to find our mother’s Soul in order to then find our own: meditation outwardly directed. (Initially we may find the Soul of another – a person, a creature, a thing, nature, a piece of music, art, or whatever – as her, and go from the other to the mother.)
Every day as part of my healing meditation I give thoughts to many who have come to me for help. And then as a general statement: “To those who read me, and want to read me; hear me, and want to hear me; and see me, and want to see me – in order to be healed through me.” Read More »
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For a work of art to be healing, the viewer needs to enter it as a Sanctuary.
As when each night we re-enter our mother, come into the Womb of Love, to dream of Her.