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S T O D A R T      Free And Easy Wandering: markings on the way

Phase Two

The Cultivator: Freedom of Relating with Aloneness
Markings Seven to Ten

The Cultivator affirms the Way of existence-time, in which thinking and not-thinking reveal the intricate underpinnings of nonduality. Ultimately, the Cultivator arrives within thinking and not-thinking in the Hsien, who lives concretely at the heart of nature.

Marking Seven: Oneness With Space
Marking Eight: Demonstration Of Great Order
Marking Nine:
Being And Acting As The Creative Center Of The Universe
Marking Ten: Immortality

Phase Three
Markings Eleven and Twelve

 

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Based on a Taoist transmission of nonduality by Charles Belyea and Steven Tainer, Free and Easy Wandering is a journey of awakening, in and through the reason of emptiness, that takes place in twelve stages and three phases from the isolation of misguided grasping to the freedom of nonduality.

Marking Seven: Oneness With Space

1993, acrylic on paper
15" x 1.5"


Marking Eight: Demonstration Of Great Order

1994, acrylic on paper
16" x 24 "


Marking Nine:
Being And Acting As The Creative Center Of The Universe


1993, acrylic on paper
18" x 18 1/3 "


Marking Ten: Immortality

1997, acrylic on paper
17" x 18"

 

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"