In search of Happiness

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What makes us happy.

It is love.

It is the movement of life, the big « Bang » which made the perpetual and inexhaustible energy of life concentrated in a dense and hot point, able to take flight, and generate the Universe.

It brings together two beings that life separates.

It allows two cells to multiply to become a living being.

It makes us unique, precious and marvelous beings.

The lack of love towards oneself, others, nature, life, can make us immobile to beneficial changes for our growth, we go around in circles, without spiritual elevation, and make mistakes, without noticing it.

Support of the Overture: Love is bohemian child
Inspiration: « Nessum Dorma and the creations of Béatrice Casanova »

Regain the Mirror in Self, the spark of Love for You.

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The song is taken from the opera Turandot by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924).

The tune is sung by the character of Calaf at the beginning of the third act.
Immersed in the loneliness of the Beijing night, the Unknown Prince waits for the day when he can finally win the love of Turandot, the Ice Princess.

Wikipedia « Nessum Dorma »

We are all looking for someone or something that gets our heart racing.

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Three creations of Béatrice Casanova are visible:
– A creation looking upwards, in search of meaning IN life, present on the thumbnail of the header.
– Two creations with mirror gazes slightly turned downwards, in search of a meaning to HIS life, present on the thumbnail above.

The creations are the reflection of our quest for love, both exterior « Turned towards the World, while respecting Oneself », and at the same time interior « Turned towards Oneself, while respecting the World », to find One’s Self in its entirety.

Duality between One’s Self and the Wolrd.
Duality turned towards the Interior or the Exterior.

Obel’Isa

Publié par Obel'Isa

Retrouver la paix intérieure : Source de la santé, l'harmonie avec le monde. {Find again inner peace: Source of the health, the harmony with the world.}

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