Space has always been one of the more significant questions for me, inner and outer – what lies within consciousness and beyond Infinity?
I enjoy the paradox between an image captured through photography and how we see an image through our eyes.
In photography, an image is captured in a way one would expect; light having flowed through a lens forms an impression on the film or sensor. But then, why do we see an image out there instead of within our head? Light having flowed through the lens of our eye.
Does that mean our consciousness projects an image out? Giving the sense an object is at the furthest reach of space, or does our consciousness extend to space’s furthest reaches? Our inner becomes our outer and the space between – no boundaries, no separation, no division, no duality, only spacious consciousness that expands beyond the horizon and of which we are all hence, one.