By Ono, Yoko
'It's approximately 50 years in the past that my ebook of conceptual directions Grapefruit used to be first released. In those pages i am identifying up the place I left off. After every day of sharing the directions you have to be happy to query, talk about, and/or document what your brain tells you. i am simply planting the seeds. Have fun.' 'Yoko OnoLegendary avant-garde icon Yoko Ono has encouraged generations of artists and performers. In Acorn, she bargains spell binding and thought-provoking routines that open our eyes'and all of our senses'to extra artistic and aware methods of in terms of ourselves, one another, and the planet we cohabit. all through this superbly designed e-book are a hundred black-and-white line drawings by way of Yoko. Like this mythical lady herself, the ebook is wildly unique, stimulating, and tough to label: name it functional play, name it mind poetry, name it guided motivation, name it Zen-like incantations, name it no matter what you will have. yet learn it. Acorn might swap how you event the world. Read more...
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Imagine yourself stretching the rubber to cover the world with it. See how much you can cover. Hang the piece of rubber on the wall beside your bed. Life Piece X Walk in the footsteps of the person in front of you. l) on the pavement 2) in the mud 3) on ice 4) in the snow 5) on fire 6) on water Wish Piece I Make a wish. Write it down on a piece of paper. Fold it and tie it around a branch of a Wish Tree. Ask your friends to do the same. Keep wishing until the branches are covered with wishes. Wish Piece II Mend an object.
Check where your emphasis is: balancing or focusing. Life Piece V Imagine yourself being in your mother’s womb as an embryo. Stay in the position for awhile. Ask yourself if you still wish to come out into the world with all the knowledge you have of what happened to you and how you affected others. Life Piece VI Each time we don’t say what we want to say we’re dying. Make a list of how many times you died this week. Dying is a necessary act for living. Just like inhaling is necessary in order to exhale.
Look at yourself rising from the fall. See how long it takes you to start rising, how you stand and what you do afterwards. Observe it as seeing a Technicolor film. Watch Piece IV When you go to the fields or the woods, you will not know what it is really like there unless you are very, very still for over an hour. Many birds, insects and animals stop making noise or hide as you arrive. Lie down in the field before dawn. See the changes. Sit still in your room. See what it tells you. Be silent in a group of people.
Acorn by Ono, Yoko