Inspiration from within and without.
photo by Amir Ibrahimi.
I sometimes listen to this with my eyes closed and with no expectation. Quieting the inner voice I utilize every day. Both positively and negatively. With practice I am able to completely clear my mind, during waking hours, in or out and about. By doing this, I open up to my intuitive mind and experience synchronicity. Sometimes instantly or shortly thereafter.
synchronicity |ˌsi ng krəˈnisitē|noun1 the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection : such synchronicity is quite staggering.2 another term for synchrony (sense 1).ORIGIN 1950s: coined (in sense 1) by C. G. Jung.
Ask yourself how you feel inside.
Jamal – “Why are these Elephants in a Livingroom Johnston Painting – Looking at a Livingroom Johnston Paintings in a Museum?”
Livingroom – “Um… I don’t know. Looks familiar though. I do a lot of work in different mediums. Sometimes I forget”.
Jamal – “I think I saw this somewhere before”.
Livingroom – “Remind me”.
Jamal – “Oh! I remember! It was up in a show in Brooklyn. I remember now! That was the show Rasu and Daoud put together right?”.
Livingroom – “I Believe so”.
Jamal – “You wrote something and blogged about it right?”
Livingroom – “Lemme look it up. Got it. The blogs is up on my computer machine”.
Jamal – “Okay, read it to me telepathically”.
Livingroom – Coup d’etat Brooklyn is a clothing and multi media company owned by Rasu Jilani and Daoud Abeid. The two have made a strong impression in American culture, ranging from celebrities appearing in movies and multiple television programs wearing their aparrel, to creating venues/platforms for artists to make their marks in society. I am proud to present this show to you! Let’s go people! Only a couple more hours left till the curtains open! 4-7 p.m PUMA sneakers is also one of the sponsors. I don’t wear em’ but it’s a good look. LOL!
Jamal – “That’s what’s up! That show was a lot of fun! A whole lot of people came out!”
Livingroom – “Yeah! I’mma watch the video link I posted on youtube right before the show and telepathically give you the sound and visual”.
Jamal – “Go ahead! SOLID GOLD!”
Livingroom Johnston is currently in collaboration with CONTRAST magazine, writing a novel titled: DOWRIES for DIONYSUS. Each chapter is being printed and published monthly. Which, in fact, gives you time to rev up your expectation after sinking your literary teeth into it!
‘DOWRIES for DIONYSUS’ is a story about a quirky, color blind guy by the name of Paul, whom has been living a mundane life, shoving paper in an office, until after work a co-worker invites him to a new local bar. The Journey begins as Paul is introduced to an older woman whom he sees on the elevator daily and steals glances at. Regina happens to be a lot more than he expected, opening him to unexpected experiences and… well… you’ll have to read for yourself.
To retrieve your copy and back issues go to:
Not only will you be getting the novel ‘DOWRIES for DIONYSUS’, you’ll be exposed to a world of art, surfing, skateboarding and a multitude of creative minds from Hawaii and other global communities.
“Its a story you want to read!”
Photo courtesy of CONTRAST magazine
As the blog transfer is being made and the website build, things are placed in order. Enjoy and thank you!
The title of ‘each’ painting in the “Livingroom Johnston Pink Elephant Series” is “Livingroom Johnston Pink Elephant Series”.
The Pink Elephant represents a goal, created by an individual, that is looked upon by others as ‘undoable!’ Until it is completed. And ‘said’ individual is liberated, as their belief is now a tangible reality, in the face of opposition. The Pink Elephant is also looked upon as an effect of a hallucinogenic drug.
The general group of pharmacological agents commonly known as hallucinogens can be divided into three broad categories: psychedelics, dissociatives, and deliriants. These classes of psychoactive drugs have in common that they can cause subjective changes in perception, thought, emotion and consciousness. Unlike other psychoactive drugs, such as stimulants and opioids, the hallucinogens do not merely amplify familiar states of mind, but rather induce experiences that are qualitatively different from those of ordinary consciousness. These experiences are often compared to non-ordinary forms of consciousness such as trance, meditation, conversion experiences, and dreams. (courtesy of Wikipedia. The free encyclopedia).
Side note: Livingroom Johnston does not indulge in narcodics.