If you could erase specific memories would you? Why or why not?

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There are two ways of understanding an experience. The first is to compare it with the memories of other experiences, and so to name and define it. This is to interpret it in accordance with the dead and the past. The second is to be aware of it as it is, as when, in the intensity of joy, we forget past and future, let the present be all, and then do not even stop to think ‘I am happy.’ – Alan Watts.

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Are coincidences signs or are they merely inevitable happenings?

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I love the universe so much that I love to see art of it. Just as it is with everything else in life; if people love something, they paint it, sing about it, and ultimately express how much they love it. That’s what it’s all about for me as well as creating a community who can share and express their love for the universe. Starting my style of visual astrophotography was the greatest thing to ever happen to me. It shaped my character and set my free in so many ways.

Being able to imagine and dream of a beautiful and imaginative world was and is a way for me to cope with the occasional mundaneness I experience in life. Creating my art gives me hope and it does for other people too. It gives hope by allowing the individual to imagine a bright and exciting future. Our love for the universe and human imagination should be our motive to photograph the night sky and create a scene for people to drool over. My love for the universe will never fade and that’s what keeps me going. I’m so thankful for this community. Love space, let go of your ego, and be free. That’s the new liturgy.

I’d love to hear your positive experience with my art/photography.

Jaxson Pohlman

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