“Alice laughed: “There’s no use trying,” she said; “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll
What if the message or essence behind the Queen’s remark is by believing in the impossible the possible can be created. What if the impossible became possible?
What is your practice for dreaming up the impossible? Take it from the Queen and give it a try, believe six impossible things before breakfast. If you do not eat breakfast, then in your first waking hour. It allows you as a creator to truly have great fun and engage your curiosity, imagination and creativity.
When sketching, sometimes I have an idea what the drawing is about and how all the parts work. Other times the ideas do not come until I add color. Which is what happened with this flower. After the color the ideas came.
OK, so there are my six impossible things.
Featured Image: Orla
The Base Station
The cosmic open land base station is quite large, say approximately three earths wide and one earth deep. Every kind of earthly environment exists here. There are forests, deserts, wetlands, prairies, jungles, tropics, mountains, seascapes, gardens, glaciers and environments not yet heard of. To support a flower’s creation there are companion plants, insects and animals and flower designs with infinite colors, shapes and patterns. They all come together and happily exist under dark starry majestic night skies and brilliant blue day skies.
A Seed is Called to Earth
A vibrational light wave is sent out throughout the cosmic open land when an earthling baby is to be born. When the light wave feels in coherence to a flower, the chosen flower extracts a seed into the light wave, preparing the seed for transport through a luminous liquid light portal to earth’s atmosphere. Once in the earth’s atmosphere the seeds internal guiding system knows exactly where to land and be planted.
My seed that came to earth has four winged petals with an intricate lace-like design and clear reflective film between the lace pattern. The seeds’ center has liquid glowing swirls of rainbow colors that could sense heat and light waves. Each seed detail played a part in preparation for knowing the landing location called the sweet spot. The sweet spot disperses a scent that acts like a song singing come to me I sing the songs of the soul. There are tiny glowing insects that form a circle for the sweet spot landing pad.
After one human year hovering over the sweet spot the seed begins its descent. The rainbow colors from the seeds center begins to flow out to the veins of the lace-like wings turning the seed pearlescent. The descending seed shoots out nutrient dense fluid from its wings for the glowing insects as an act of gratitude. Zigzag hairs begin to grow on the wings edges for attaching itself to the soil upon landing. Once landed the seed secures itself to the soil, then detaches its wing petals for the insects to carry away. The seeds’ center remains, vibrating enough to loosen the soil and sink. Still vibrating, loose soil covers the top of the seed. The planted seed enlarges to four times its size and pulsates with rhythmic light.
To be continued….
Featured Image: Theresa – Seed to Blossom
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