Free And Easy Wandering

Free And Easy Wandering

by Richard Stodart
     
 

Free and Easy Wandering, Markings on the Way, is an abstract painting expression of a journey taken in a sweeping landscape of light and darkness to discover nonduality as the central truth of existence. Inspired by a Taoist allegory, Buddhist teaching and the reasonable process of order in Western semantics, Free and Easy Wandering reveals the wanderer's struggle on… See more details below

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Free and Easy Wandering, Markings on the Way, is an abstract painting expression of a journey taken in a sweeping landscape of light and darkness to discover nonduality as the central truth of existence. Inspired by a Taoist allegory, Buddhist teaching and the reasonable process of order in Western semantics, Free and Easy Wandering reveals the wanderer's struggle on the Way with the freedom of autonomy, aloneness and detachment. Twelve stages, or Markings, of the process of discovery form the landscape-beginning in isolation and ending in nonduality. They present a view of nature in which great care, balance and order are central to cultivating fairness in human understanding. With 17 color plates, like postcards sent home, the Markings show the mood, the outlines of the landscape and the quality of the wanderer's experience. Full color.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780971780637
Publisher:
Fourth Lloyd Productions
Publication date:
07/22/2007
Pages:
84
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.22(d)

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