For a seed to achieve its greatest
expression, it must come completely
undone.The shell cracks, its insides
come out and everything changes.
To someone who doesn’t understand
growth, it would look like complete
For this exhibition, Revati uses seeds as a beautiful metaphor for consciousness, it is both beginning and end, life and death,
nothing and everything. It is the reality that underlies everything, manifest and unmanifest.
Pure Consciousness has no religion or ideology, no gender, no sexuality, no race, no age and no nationality.
You are consciousness. Consciousness has the power to create and sustain, transform and dissolve.
Just as out of the seed arises the mighty tree so also Consciousness is the seed of life, the power behind the manifest universe. Like
the seed it has the potential to transform and create through the human mind, it is the substratum of all existence. Decartes said,
I think, therefore I am. Advaitya Vedanta says, I am, therefore I think.
If humanity drew some inspiration from the humble seed, which transforms and gives its fruits selflessly, perhaps we could learn to give selflessly and curb our insatiable greed and transform our world into a place of abundance rather than of scarcity.