Monday, April 24, 2006
mind art blogging
Mind Art Blogging is using a blog to project, to a global audience, the deep structures and focal points of your personality, purpose, and products. Since the blog is simply the canvas on which is painted the accumulated sum of the composed parts, the blog, in itself, cannot be wounded or derailed. It moves forward, time-sliding toward the target you see inside.
There can be no surrender or sundering blog from blog mission. The stage is set like steel in concrete. You are using a blog to succeed, your blog shall succeed, and there is no turning back. You see blogging as an art that you intend to master.
You notice that posts take shape in mind, and as mind begins to spew forth blog posts, a new and alien discipline has been introduced into your life. The blogging regimen of one post per day, on average, begins to set in motion an eruption that moves inscription to a seminal advantage.
You used to think and talk a lot. Now you think and type a lot. It's called blogging, and you know it has an uncanny power over you, even as it empowers something in you that departs from what it once held that it knew.
A mind art blog is a construction that, while facing the public, and open to reader input, has no external nourishment channels. You carefully modulate the root message as it undergoes the vicissitudes of the day, with your mental aim acting as your only viceroy.
In effect, your blog is a private expedition into wild and largely unknown territory.
If we consider our blog to be an integral, undifferentiated part of us, an arm of unfleshly action, a perplexed probe striking out beyond our human-physical location, we still grope in partial blindness.
But if we construe our blog as a tooled detachment, a drifting communication machine that represents only a limited abstraction, a sealed gesture unlocked by light from a communal sun, and thus, can hear a thud and not imagine it to be the sound of a guest leaving in amplified futility, we can rest at ease and carry on, even when the striving is greatly intensified by flames and foibles.
Your blog is a work of communicative art that you assign to accomplish a sporadic series of tasks. It is not obligated to mirror you in perfect detail or with any grandiose design of future fabrication. All a blog can do is be a space upon which to impress a scene that was you when you were there.
Posted by steven edward streight at 4/24/2006 09:31:00 PM