By John Ruskan
As sequel to his Emotional Clearing, John Ruskan takes the reader on a trip into the collective subconscious archetypal global of feeling. during this specific and evocative paintings, he blends fiction with East/West psychology to aid wake up forgotten emotional elements of ourselves that needs to be introduced into the sunshine as an essential step to private evolution and therapeutic. Ruskan deals unique penetrating insights into the method of constructing artwork, illuminating vital difficulties reminiscent of the blockading, self-criticism, and manic-depressive syndromes.
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When they are done, the President tells Michael and Julie he has enjoyed their company immensely and wants them to come back for his inaugural celebration in one and a half years. They are surprised plans are made so far in advance. Michael and Julie leave. He tells her he found the whole time trying, he felt no one was real, and he couldn’t be real either. She tells him she is not sure if she wants to come back. 38 AND THE WALKING MEN’S ROOM I’m in a public place and need to take a shit. I go to the men’s room.
People are already arriving, walking up fenced paths through the green grass to get good seats. I go into town to run a few errands. As I’m walking down the corridor of a large office building, I pass an open door and hear the sound of ecstatic moaning. I look into the room to see that these noises are being made as an expression of pleasure/pain by someone receiving a massage. I am shocked to see that the practitioner giving the massage is a huge, hideous, powerful-looking reptilian creature with light green scaly skin, a fin down the back, and enormous webbed hands.
He explains to me that when he is working on someone, he assumes whatever form will be most effective for the person. This intrigues me even more, so I agree to a session. I strip down to my white undershorts and lie on a foam mattress on the floor covered by a white fitted sheet and transparent plastic. As he is getting ready to work on me I become concerned about what the charge will be and I ask him. He replies sixty dollars for forty-five minutes. I agree. Then, I remember I am dreaming, and it doesn’t matter what he charges me – I don’t have to pay him with real money.
Between the Moon and the Walking: An Excursion into Emotion and Art by John Ruskan