I’m a Mental Health Practitioner, Artist and Designer.  Always looking, always seeking, always listening, always questioning my view of my world.

Much our listening of the world dictates HOW we see. Do we see life as literal and factual, a life determined for us or do we see the world as a delicious invite into exploration and intrigue? Where do we get stopped in life by our predisposed views of the world we walk through and how it should be? How is what we see and how we see dicated by our culture? How is the world we experience an automated machine called human? When do we let go and really BE in the moments of seeing?

We are seeing all the time. Where does seeing come from? There’s the physical mechanics of how we see. The cones, etc. But that’s not what I’m talking about here. That’s not what I’m interested in.

I’d say seeing is active. Our minds are always churning meaning from what we see into how we see. We are thinking, feeling Beings assessing, reassessing, and judging the world we walk through. “Seeing” triggers all the senses. That’s what moves us when we engage in art and music or watch a tender moment between people, or a sunset. We all are engaged, or not engaged, for very different reasons. We hear with our eyes and see with our ears. I’ll say it again…..we HEAR with our eyes and SEE with our ears.

I ask YOU…what is seeing? What are you seeing and how?

Join me, Going Down the Rabbit Hole. How Far Do YOU Want to Go?

All content, art and photography on this site is copywritten by ©Kate Pabst 2006. Please forgive grammatical errors. I’m not a writer.

“It’s not what you look at, but what you see. -Henry David Thoreu”

2 thoughts on “About

  1. oh KP, thanks for making me smile while i’m working late trying to give birth to a 300 page catalog. your blog is inspiring and i LOVE the photos of izzie! xo -b

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