The aspect of of true creativity and the search of authenticity in something i find very interesting. Also that none of what they experienced was planned. All projects were somehow natural to them. They didn’t make plans, or knew from the start who they had to talk to (in the case of the Inoue Brothers). They only knew of the subject, and went to explore it. It seems like it was all very organic. They followed their “guts”. Wherever their creativity would lead them.
It’s something i find surreal. I’m thinking they have some sort of trust and faith in where their minds will lead them to. Strange, because i would be insanely scared to follow this path. Someone told me it’s because i’m a taurus, i like stability, and to know where i’m going. And, i also have my opposition sun in Pluto, so “i struggle with a deep need to control myself and life itself” And since i have my trine sun in Uranus, ” i embrace new ways of doing things” and i hate routine. So it’s pretty much an ongoing battle inside.
But when i see those creative people, going after what inspires them, and making such beautiful work ( i really loved the Ceremony of Solidarity) i find it immensely inspiring. As if, in the end, it all falls into place.
Note: i really tried to post the video on the blog so you wouldn’t have to go on the website, just to make more simple, but i can’t! I really tried! It’s not working!! So, i really hope you go see the video of the Inoue Brothers called the Ceremony of Solidarity: The Andean Chaccu, it’s truly beautiful.
For all the astrology references: Café Astrology