Riding the Dragon to Heaven
In the process of developing inner peace, one must overcome many personal obstacles or difficulties. As obstacles are overcome and inner peace develops, this very same peace is reflected from the inner person to their outer world. In this way, inner peace is brought to the world outside of oneself. One can then succeed at creating a personal life of heaven on earth. Therefore, one is symbolically riding the dragon to heaven. A similar type of work can be done within societies to develop world peace through teaching the practices of compassion, forgiveness, and meditation.
My art is a result of meditation. The work is purely inspired and totally original. Each piece has its own story and meaning. Much of my art is inspired by Buddhism and Tibetan Sand Paintings. Some are inspired by lucid dreams and life experiences. Each piece has a planned starting point. Beyond that, the art is a result of what comes from inside as the art is created. There is no plan to begin with and every piece ends with a complete plan.
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Last Site Update:
20 MAY 2013
To provide the world with a practical plan for developing real lasting world peace. To make world peace real.
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Your brain does what it was trained to do. In other words, your brain likes to do, and is comfortable doing, what it already knows and therefor needs minimal resources to work on. This is known as a habit. Anything can be a habit. For example, when you are learning new subjects regularly, your brain develops and enjoyment of learning because you have trained it to do so. See the World Peace Blog "1 Step toward World Peace" for more information.
World peace needs to replace war as a habit.
People are like stained glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within. ~Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
World PeaceTeaching individuals how to create world peace without waiting for government intervention.
The same attitudes that make gang violence and school shootings possible is also the same type of attitude that makes war, terrorism, sexual abuse, discrimination, hate crimes and most illegal activities acceptable to some people. The World Peace Blogs explain part of this and teach some ideas that can help create world peace.
The 1 World Peace Plan book is in progress and will go into more detail on how to create world peace. The book will also discuss gang violence, school shootings, terrorism, and some simple steps people can take to reduce and end violence.
Read more about the 1 World Peace Plan on the World Peace Blog pages and the 1 World Peace Plan Page. Be sure to visit the World Peace Hall of Fame where many of the numerous organizations involved in developing world peace are listed.
Use this site to learn techniques for developing world peace. In order to do so, read the World Peace Blogs and take the time do the exercises.
Art brings beauty to the world and is also used as a tool to teach some of the world peace practices.
Visit the art pages to see some very original designs all based on peace.
Find out about the people behind the 1 World Peace Plan.
Therese Black and Olivia Fishwick.