Free And Easy Wandering

About The Paintings

Free and Easy Wandering: Markings On The Way is inspired by a Taoist transmission of nonduality in Dragon's Play by Charles Belyea and Steven Tainer.


Twelve Markings in the landscape of nonduality reveal the quality and mood of a wanderer's journey with nonduality in three phases: 

relating with autonomy; relating with aloneness; and relating with detachment.  At Marking twelve, "Nonduality," a wanderer is free in the world in unaccountable ways that benefit all beings and things.


  • Phase One: Relating With Autonomy — Markings One through Six
  • Phase Two: Relating With Aloneness — Marking Seven through Nine 
  • Phase Three: Relating With Detachment — Markings Ten Through Twelve



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