Ok, I’m currently in a super ZEN MODE, let me share you my feelings… and how I got on this golden brick road.
No headphones on.
Nothing on me. No phone. No camera.
Walking with ease. Slowly, gracefully, elegantly.
Visually in tune with my environment. Relaxed perception of colors and texture. Appreciation for reality.
Focused. Indifferent to material things. Only interested in aesthetics, and making good art.
Indifference to consumption. Renewed excitement to create, make, and build.
- Continue intermittent fasting. No breakfast or lunch.
- Keep drinking black coffee, espresso and cold brew.
- More time standing, less sitting. Continue to do yoga stretches for your hips.
- No phone to get into ZEN ZONE
- No email
- No letting small petty shit get to you
- Walk slowly. Walk more. Be a flaneur more often.
- When you walk, no headphones on.
- Keep your eye innocent and curious, like a child.
- Stay centered in the present moment.
Less is better:
- Zen Photography
- Walking Meditation in Street Photography
- How to Be a Zen Street Photographer
- The Less You Have, the More You Have
- Prune Excess
- Prune in Order to Grow
- Zen in the Art of Street Photography
- The 7 Aesthetics of Zen Art For Photographers
- 15 (More) Lessons Taoism Has Taught Me About Street Photography
- How to Find Tranquility in Your Photography
- How to Find Zen in Street Photography
- Why Less is More in Street Photography (and Life)
- Why You Should Shoot with One Camera and One Lens
- 5 Essentialist Tips in Street Photography
- 10 Principles of Good Street Photography
- Deep Focus
- Follow Your Intuition
- Less, But Better
- Seek Emptiness
- Wonderment & Awe