I first discuss the nature of the aesthetic perspective and its relationship to beauty. Following that, I interweave a description of my art, my therapy room and my way of doing therapy from the aesthetic perspective. I add a felt-sense of the subjective time and season of my room. I then indicate that my therapeutic message is “esse in anima” or “being in soul” and care of the Self.
I end by noting that, for me, concealed behind the aesthetic perspective is the religious and ethical attitudes along with an intellectual search for truth.