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Open Minds: Your Seed of Creativity with Ivan Rados (October 2015)

Season 5, Episode 48
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Ivan Rados explains how we can live in a society, without following all of the unwritten rules of decorum yet fully express our innate divine love and awareness. Within the consciousness of every human being lie the seed of immense creativity. Rules of society and cultural obligations can stifle artistic ingenuity from blossoming. Rados believes that learning to articulate creativity can enable one’s consciousness to finally recognize itself in its divine capacity. This interview with Regina Meredith was originally webcast October 15, 2015.

Ivan Rados is a spiritual teacher, healer, artist and meditation master who was born in Former Yugoslavia. At the age of 42 he experienced a profound inner awakening that changed his perception of himself and the reality, after which Rados was devoted to integrate his knowing into his being, marking the beginning of a movement towards the inner point, which he calls The Middle Point.

Regina Meredith
Ivan Rados


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jhershierra, posted on August 28, 2016

Regina, Some 'AH HA" moments in this interview and sharing of essence. It helped me with my own creativity.


alkemium, posted on December 27, 2015

Hearing the intuitive, heart channeling voice of inspiration from Ivan Radoš is a unique moment of truth being presented in simple form of interaction between sensible guidance of our host Regina Meredith and frequency vibration information coming through Ivan. Highly recommended teaching reaching from higher realms, thank you beautiful souls : )

marjolene, posted on October 23, 2015

This was amazing.

jmalan91, posted on October 22, 2015

Ivan is on fire. I can feel his words, he was portaling me deep into the experience of what he's saying.

earlymorning, posted on October 21, 2015

Ivan's explanation for feeling and emotions was so clear. Thank you for that, it's very powerful.

seek255, posted on October 19, 2015

So beautiful ... so pure!! Ivan's definition of love brought tears to my eyes.
I love color and art but have never found an appreciation for abstract art. Now I have a better understanding of what abstract art represents.
As a child, art class brought me such joy and I remember how I escaped into my inner world for one hour each day.... just as I have during this interview!
Thank you!

rdip4, posted on October 19, 2015

Thank you Regina for interviewing Ivan. I was fascinated and will be watching this interview again. I had so many aha moments ! So grateful for all this information.

yasmeen.aidin, posted on October 18, 2015

I was completely engrossed in this conversation and deeply resonated with Ivan's insights and observations. It is so refreshing to know that artists like that still exist. The fact that he is also commercially successful at it is icing on the cake.

allyciauccello, posted on October 18, 2015

I thoroughly enjoyed this interview. Ivan's insights and connections through art are bang on! I was engrossed in the conversation absorbing not only the words but the intention and greater implications of what was being conveyed. The insights and beauty of these ideas and art forms are elegant, seamless portals to our own greater realities. I felt great resonance through out the interview. I will be watching this again.

catherinejsidoti, posted on October 18, 2015

There were some insights I had never thought about before. I will listen to this again and take notes next time to reflect upon what was said.

libertyr1, posted on October 18, 2015

Thank you both. Ivan's message totally resonated with me. You did a fantastic job listening and guiding the conversation. Please invite him to return soon.
Regina, I could not help but notice the trauma to your eye...possibly a ruptured blood vessel...I hope it isn't as painful as it appears. I wish you a speedy recovery.

bvb10, posted on October 17, 2015

I love this guy. So natural. A true brother. Why else is my Subversive
Lecture of TFHL not a million dollar hit ? Art repression.

Kmueller25, posted on October 16, 2015

Thank you Regina. You are a master. A wonderful interview.
(btw - schools in our area of south FL still offer art and music in elementary...thank goodness!)

demetrateresa, posted on October 16, 2015

Thank you for introducing to us this beautiful human being. I am inspired. Excellent interview.

egedblad, posted on October 16, 2015

Regina, All that you do is so appreciated. Every interview has it's own merit and life. With Ivan Rados, this one has resonated with me the most. To have another describe consciousness through the focal point of his art was truly an amazing experience. Listening to you and Ivan was like listening to a symphony of words, dancing in the oneness of this divine spiritual realm. I will come back to this interview again, and again.
infinite love and gratitude, errolg

josephine2910, posted on October 16, 2015

Wonderful, thank you both

mariearmstrong, posted on October 16, 2015

incredible, totally opened up my mind. I saw different powerful important perspectives that opened doors for me. forever grateful, thank you! "I recognise myself in you"

rmeredith, posted on October 15, 2015

I couldn't agree more regarding the Tate. I experienced those same feelings and was left wondering how this travesty could happen when there are so many artists creating art that offers light, beauty, thoughtfulness AND originality. It felt like an insult to our intelligence to pay the museum for the displeasure of viewing their incoherent and thoughtless pieces.

gnomecrusher, posted on October 15, 2015

Finally! An excellent answer to the question I've been asking myself for decades.. why does the Tate Modern turn me into a raging ball of fire? My friends would enjoy watching me suffer the Tate, desperately ranting at meaningless paintings with meaningless names such as 'Blue Monochrome' or 'Untitled 3' . The rage from the sheer laziness of not even thinking up a decent name for your work of art! Not to mention the most offensive of them all... awkwardly placed fluorescent lighting. It's not even beautiful. The lighting in the Tate toilets are more attractive.
I paint. I don't do it often because it has to be from the heart and when I look at the crap in the Tate it feels empty and heartless. That building is void of soul and every link to spirit. Thank you for validating that for me. Life makes more sense now.

MN4, posted on October 15, 2015

I am stunned. Another amazing interview by Regina M. I hope there is a follow up. I would like to know more about the Free Mason's asking Ivan Rados to join their organization.

zenbino77, posted on October 15, 2015

Great stuff and interesting connections made. I'm impressed with Ivan's ability to put so many intangible experiences into words.
Not always an easy thing to do. Thank you!

abby6, posted on October 15, 2015

This interview ties together for me these seemingly disparate things. A squirrel stopped and stared at me a few weeks ago. I looked up "squirrel+symbolism" and came up with the idea that for me, squirrel probably means "overdoing it." One example of me overdoing it is when someone accuses me falsely to get my goat, then I let them by over-reacting. Shakespeare's comment, "He doth protest too much" comes to mind.

The torus is a tornado, a twisting and turning of energy that goes out from me to the "is" the great unity and back. I am a torus or a collection of tauri, so are you and you and you, together we make the great fractal unity that is "I am" or something like that. Pyramids symbolize and re-create this sacred geometry.

The orgonite layers the receptive/yin/dark and the active/yang/light so that a push/relax pulse is created. That is exactly what this guest is describing, a breathing a pulsing an in/out, I give the world my most creative, unique, sincere art. I wait for that to be absorbed. In the giving I am yang. In the waiting I am yin. If I rush this process I get defensive reactions because my art has not been absorbed. Nobody wants anything forced on them, if I do not wait I in my over eagerness as a creative artist inadvertently force this issue, I rush the beat, creating without intending to a negative and defensive reaction.

I see my role as an artist and writer and my mission as a minister to be one and the same: unique creative expression of truth, expressed as beauty, symmetry, harmony, joy, love, affection, understanding, empathy, integration, cooperation, humor, balance, equality (but not conformity), mutual-respect and justice, truth in all things. That's what truth means for me, what is true is ultimately beautiful because it is in harmony with natural law.

Natural law is defined roughly as 1. I am that I am was and will be, without sin; 2. I am responsible for all that I create, this is karma; 3. I do no intentional harm. If I am shown harm that I caused then I balance karma by creating art, love, joy, harmony, etc.

I think I read the article Meredith is referring to, about communists promoting disharmony in art. I have noticed examples of this but I still do not believe that communal living or sharing creates ugliness. Ugly art is an expression of mind out of balance or mind searching for the answers to questions, who am i? why am i? what am i? and I totally agree, when I move my ego out of the way I then use my little "mind" as a tool, just as I use the computer as a tool, to bridge between "God" and mankind. That's not just my mission but the mission of each and every one of us. We honor it by doing it.

Puptart, posted on October 15, 2015


WaldorfmamaLJA, posted on October 15, 2015

Wonderful, Amazing, Refreshing!
THank you Regina, Thank you Ivan!
We are not the MIND! What a relief!

summersol, posted on October 15, 2015

Another excellent very positive interview which moves our understanding another step upward. Would love to have Regina interview Simon Parkes.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on October 15, 2015

We appreciate your comment on the interview, and thank you for the recommendation as well!


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