Here's the (relatively loose) plan:
I get my feelers out and recruit a group of 10 volunteers, who will commit to one hour of mindful drawing practice each day, for a minimum of two years.
I’ll train the participants how to mindfully draw. Each person will also be taught how to record their brainwaves during their session.
They’ll be taught how to upload their EEG images into a ‘frequency journal’, along with a description of what they experienced during the session – including emotions such gratitude, joy, bliss, feelings of unity, any insights, distractions, memories, awareness of ‘multidimensionality’ etc. Exactly like I document in my own frequency journal.
Participants will also document the changes they observe in their own behaviour, as well as their evolving understanding of how to raise and lower their own frequency (this awareness expands over time).
I want to take this further (because why not?)...
So there's my mindful drawing study group plan: Me and a bunch of consciousness-expanding-committed housies, living in a big house.
Here's what I envisage our intentional community would function like:
But it goes far deeper than this. This is a group of people committed to expanding consciousness.
We learn what actions raise and lower our frequency, and this is how we shape our behaviour.
We get fierce for what we believe in.
And we lose balance and realign 100 times a day. We know that this is how we learn.
This may sound like a vision of a utopic hippy dream.
Except it's not.
And you don’t have to ‘try’ and do it, when you raise your frequency, it just happens. It activates.