About Joseph

Stepping into the Canvas is about taking the first steps into the Canvas of Life. It is said that God is the creator and nature is His Canvas. In a world of technologies, distractions and light-speed evolution, we are left to remain in the dark. Truth is laid before us, falsely, by our collective whole. You are invited to step out of the ordinary and into the extraordinary. We are not meant to be suppressed and controlled, fearful and miserable, alone and scared, hateful and destructive. No, instead we are meant to be free. Free to Love unconditionally, creating the life we were meant to enjoy. Instead of divide and conquer, we shall come together as one. My intent is to share my thoughts in this blog, so that it provokes others into a self-discovery of themselves. While I have found happiness in my life, my hopes are to charge my viewers to see a different side to their current situation. It is said there is a spiritual solution to every opportunity, why not give it a try. I am a Father, Husband, Friend and Brother, a Healer, a Teacher, and a Student. Enjoy studying energy works, self-realization, Love in Action, and just the nuts and bolts of how things tick. Please feel free to look around and Share away! Much Love to you and Peace Profound...Joseph

The World as a Great Canvas

The idea of stepping into canvas is not to say this way or that way is right or wrong it’s an invite of sort. An invitation to see with new perspective, varying from what the world around us dictates.

Whether literally diving into a canvas creating art upon a tapestry, or seeing the world as a great Canvas and beauty all around. Each new day an opportunity to admire its magnificence. 

The canvas is open to interpretation, open for all to see, open to create and co-create as seen fit. With varying colors within canvas, differing ideologies, it is easy to get swayed to the left or right. Steady the course, steady the brush within hand, as we paint colors of Love and Peace upon self and an ever-expanding world around us.

Whether an individual believes their reality to be factual or questions every step of the way, the only constant is change. Remain set on a routine or way of life struggling as the world around us hits a reboot on consciousness or way of thinking, or adapt as our feathered and four-legged friends do.

~Ani Po

Canvas as a Metaphor

Walls stripped naked

Carpet pulled out

From under our feet.

Tackling a serpent

Unclogging foundation of sorts.

Deep within

Paralleled realities.

Inner greets outer

With a gentle kiss or mighty roar.

Stern and unmoved

Fluid and free.

Often times our daily events are mirrored by thought. What we deal with on inner caverns of self, we parallel our surroundings as such. As an extension of body, our home, vehicle or place of work becomes an extension of physical body. At close glance it appears to be an awful experience, but deeper ogling similarities between inner and outer worlds emerge. Is our life a metaphor or is metaphor our life?

~Ani Po