I am a karma centered kinda girl. I believe every action has an equal reaction and ripple effect in the world. I have come to a place in my life where I can see where I have been, where I am going, and how karma has influenced every step of my journey. I am a pacifist at heart. I believe in the greater good inside people, and I have honed the skills to reject negativity in my life. But it wasn't an easy road to get here. And lately I am bothered by what karma road The Secret Project will forge.
This past week was a creative hiatus. A self-meditating week when no Hand of Bela Peck studio work was done and all means of writing were suspended. Just fun, low thought projects and mind cleansing thrifting. This is how I seek clarity when questions of karma arise, waiting patiently for the universe to respond. The Secret Project often calls karma onto the wrestling mat and I have to get tangled up in the sticky questions. How does one create a true depiction of events that will hurt others while simultaneously trying to remain objective? What if the greater good demands the condemnation of the action of others? And how does one tell a story and not be called a liar by the opposing side? Is the result worth the risk?
Speaking with my project advisor yesterday, we discussed the karma question in terms of what I fear I could lose in completing the work. There were only two things on the loss list and they turned out to be things I lost years ago. The gain list was significant and went on through laughter, light bulb moments, and a higher hope for the greater good. I know the potential benefits far outweigh the risk. Bravely, I will push on.
Creative hiatus is over. Time to get back to work :)
LOVE & THE SECRET PROJECT