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Chris L Jones
Intersection

Intersection

It struck me recently how relationships have trajectories of convergence and divergence like the lines of these reed reflections at Dunn's Swamp in the Wollemi National Park west of Sydney....as part of our personal growth we are destined to meet certain people who will mirror our hidden insecurities and pains enough to reveal their hold on us until we break and liberate ourselves from their chains.  Real "shadow" work happens through our relationships and our soul will convene these miraculous encounters. You will know if someone is exactly right for you if you are regularly being triggered by them to the point of...

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Chris L Jones
Still...life

Still...life

The current lockdowns and life changes we have all had to make have demanded a complete reassessment of our priorities and life goals. What is our true purpose? do we even know what it is? We have had a great opportunity to do plenty of introspection and I have been no exception as I have to look at what really fires me up and drives my daily life, what makes me happy and how do I see my life going forward...it may seem obvious that I still love creating images and I see myself as primarily an image maker, creative photographer and...

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Chris L Jones
Caring for your muse

Caring for your muse

A creative life is driven by a very powerful inner muse and it's one that demands attention like no other. If ignored, it gets agitated, so how do we go about managing this constant inner pressure and bring balance to our lives? The answer is to find time every day to maintain some presence with this petulant being, because it needs feeding with a daily dose of inspiration, a new idea, a new interpretation, and more importantly by finding the space to connect with that ultimate source of creativity, our higher self.        

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Chris L Jones
Being authentic

Being authentic

Yesterday I watched the romantic 1955 movie "All that heaven allows" with Rock Hudson and Jane Wyman playing the leads. It's a moving cross class love story that pulls on the heart strings and is brilliantly acted with extraordinary emotional intensity enhanced by great mood lighting, sets and landscapes. I since discovered that Danish German born liberal humanitarian director Douglas Sirk had class and other political themes running through all his work. However, the standout for me in this film wasn't its class conflict, but in the overriding message of just being authentically true to yourself no matter what. Rock plays the tree pruner come...

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