The present holds the truth

#63 RGB III (Mathias Sager, Oil colours water mixable on canvas board, 27.5×22.1×0.4 cm (10.6″x8.7″x0.16″))

#63 RGB III (Mathias Sager, Oil colours water mixable on canvas board, 27.5×22.1×0.4 cm (10.6″x8.7″x0.16″))

Happy past – remembers the good
Colorful present –holds the truth
Growth in the future – is up to you

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About mathias sager

PSYCHOLOGIST and Independent Researcher I'm born in Zurich and grew up in Switzerland. For many years I lived in Tokyo, and also in Pune/India. I'm passionate about developing human potential, which is an overarching theme throughout all my work that is based on research and supported by intuition and art. Through teaching, counseling, and leading indivuals and teams around the world my goal is to inspire with interdisciplinary, innovative, and cross-cultural approaches to personal and professional development for individual well-being and the common good alike. Happy if you reach me on www.mathias-sager.com, connect on social media, or email directly to goodthings@mathias-sager.com. Developing human potential is my passion! - Independent Awareness Intelligence Research (mathias sager - Psychology, global) - MSc in Psychology (University of Liverpool) - Postgraduate in Conflict Management, Leadership and Crisis Communication (University of Applied Sciences Winterthur, Switzerland) - Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA, iimt Fribourg, Switzerland) - Bachelor in Education Sciences (Switzerland)
  • The presence is only the anticipated future. But while you are reading this assumption, the thought has again vanished to the past definitely.

  • Harlon says:

    I find if I can be present in the moment and relax (yes, this is one of those easier said than done things) but with practice it can happen and then the transition from past, to present to future is smoother; perhaps trusting that I make the right decision at every moment – even thought I may doubt myself at times, then I am OK. This is my work in process and thank you for your beautiful art that connected me back to my “process”. Peace, Harlon

    • Hi Harlon. Thank you for your great feedback. I agree, it is a process in which we are between the then and there. It is never one decision alone that decides over the future, rather is the sum of our decisions. Therefore we shouldn’t be afraid of decisions as long as we know and work towards our desired direction. I appreciate to be connected to your great blog too, sayonara:-), Mathias