Who do we feel like if we are in a state which is always trying to prove our worth based
on our productivity?
Are we in a never ending cycle...
to do more
self organize more
be more disciplined
be more than who we already are?
Why do we perceive ourselves as not enough and is our perception based on inner or external
messaging and conditioning?
Why do we make statements such as
~we wasted time~
Is the voice which tells us we wasted time truthful?
Are we looking at our life from a rearview mirror which is valuing ourselves from a metric which agrees,
our productivity = self worth?
Or have we simply placed our attention into an activity or lack thereof, which is only different than a whole other choice we could/should/or would have made had we been conscious about that previous choice?
If so, is this OK? Can it be? What would that look like?
Can we free ourselves from a lasso of the self- the unconscious constriction of the mind which is compulsively trying to reign in ourselves through an identity based on false perceptions?
Pictured: photograph of author / artist studio featuring:
Three Two One, An Artist Book of Found Objects. Binding, box. Mixed Media.
©2020 ELIZABETH IZZO
Elizabeth Izzo is an artist, sensitive empath and renegade wayshower.