Life is simple! Any amoeba does it.
People complicate life so much they forget how to live.
By connecting to their own wisdom deep within people have an anchor, they also need to connect with other people, they need to learn and grow and they need to live in the moment, not in their past or in their future.
All work has been developed and published by Roslyn Snyder. I thank all those who have contributed since 1999 through evaluations, paintings and sculptures.
As a child in 1969, I stood atop a granite outcrop, gazing over the place that the Aboriginal Dreamtime identifies as the dawn of time. In that moment, I felt a profound connection with the essence of existence. I realized that life, in its purest form, is inherently simple—every amoeba lives by this simplicity. However, as humans, we have unnecessarily complicated our lives to the point where many of us no longer engage in the fundamental acts of eating, breathing, or sleeping naturally.
Upon introspection, I’ve come to understand that my entire life revolves around this revelation. Firstly, I needed to grasp the depth of what I had perceived. Then, I embarked on the journey of translating this overarching insight, often referred to as a “meta pattern,” into a systematic and structured process, breaking it down into manageable steps and stages. Finally, my purpose became sharing this wisdom with others, so that they too could unlock the simplicity of life.