November 29, 2008
And you know what?
I have a cold,
a stuffed up nose,
a two-day-old migraine,
and random bouts of nausea.
I’ve been drinking mint tea,
I want a MacBook Pro and a Zoom H4.
Peace & Love,
Mudd a.k.a. Oza
P.S.: Yes, Santa, I’m being a good little bum.
November 21, 2008
Treasure Map Tips
- Don’t make it too big.
- Know what you want.
- Don’t make it too big.
What I learned since starting the Treasure Map project:
- I’m 75% sure I made this map just to have something to blog about.
- Make that 99% sure.
- No enthusiasm = no magic = no way it’s going to work.
- The map being “in my face” all the time, I ended up
not “seeing” it = not effective.
- I love my fake brick wall and its graffiti. I missed it.
- Huge house with a huge studio = don’t care for that anymore.
- Even if I’m now officially a bum, I’m a classy bum — I still want the Mmmm stuff.
- Bored with a project = drop it!
- The things I strongly desire are constantly in my thoughts,
so the visualization is also constant.
Mentally dragging this Treasure Map / ball and chain for 10 months had me thinking BIG TIME — excellent!
Since I didn’t know exactly what I wanted, I came to realize that it was because I didn’t know exactly who I was — aha!
These days, I’m practicing being my true self.
Viva la vida bum. 🙂
Treasure Map — posted January 26, 2008
Treasure Map / Discovery Map — posted February 13, 2008
Law of Attraction / Treasure Map – Update (1) — posted July 18, 2008
Law of Attraction / Treasure Map – Update (1.5) — posted July 20, 2008
Law of Attraction / Treasure Map – Update (2) — posted July 25, 2008
November 15, 2008
This post is dedicated to Sylvie
As of yesterday, November 14, 2008,
I am officially a bum.
It dawned on me while I was at a party — my pal Danny turned 50. There was a crowd of… oh… I’d say between 100 and 150 people, anyone who was there last night can correct me if I’m wrong. Beautiful people. I knew roughly 20 percent of them.
At about 10:00 pm, while I was talking to my good buddy Sylvie, I had an “Aha! Moment”: after 15 years of financial challenge, I’m now ready to accept the fact that I’m a bum — it’s time to take the leap of faith.
Since this is fairly new and since I’m too tired to draw, I thought I’d illustrate this post with a photo I took in one of the lanes, here in Verdun Beach. Appropriate, I’d say, since bums often hang around in lanes and I’ve always been fond of them — the lanes, not the bums. Not that there’s anything wrong with bums.
And here’s another appropriate bum shot: garbage.
It feels so liberating to finally merge with my bumness.
Thank goodness I don’t have to change my wardrobe.
P.S.: I also have this thing for brick.
November 8, 2008
Found the perfect spot for my WARHOL LIVE poster…