Video from KarmaTube
This video is a wonderful reminder how pushing or the use of force is not always the best approach to accomplish something. When Dan Stevenson placed a stone Buddha across the street from his house in Oakland’s Eastlake neighborhood, it was out of desperation. The corner had become an impromptu dump. City signs warning of punishment did nothing to change things so Dan asked himself if there might be another approach; something simple. He never imagined the positive energy chain that would ensue.
As I watched this video I found myself reflecting on places of resistance in my own life where transformation seemed to be stifled. In my pondering I realized that reason the ICWIB activities are so helpful to me is , because they help me identify and move through stagnant moments and become more comfortable with what is happening now. Once that is accomplished I am able to see a clear path and a different solution.
With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB! art activities and videos for FREE because they can help you move away from pushing and struggling into just being. Once that is accomplished you will be able to find a clear path and good solution.