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Forrest Curran

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Tokyo, Japan
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Thich Nhat Hanh, Confucius, Richard Branson, Tupac

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October 2015


After traveling the world for three years, Forrest Curran founded the Purple Buddha Project in Cambodia which specializes in upcycling weapons of conflict into jewelry while working with fair-trade cooperatives in designing such jewelry. With design and 'out of the box' creativity, the project is driven by the fundamental ideal that something negative can be transformed for change, turning an object that traditionally symbolizes death into a piece full of life.
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“For your past, for your flaws, and ultimately for your stress; I judge no one whom I’ve met along the way because in a sense we were all wounded in our own ways.”
Forrest Curran

“A great tree develops over time and can tell stories not only those of happiness, but also those that contain pain from what it has seen over the years, and as a result is the wise ancient tree that it is today. As the seasons change, the tree naturally goes through changes as well: where the leaves turn yellow and orange in the fall, falling by the Winter, returning in the Spring, and with full set of new leafs by the Summer. Love is no different in that there will be times when we are fully naked in the Winter, and left to wonder about Spring when it seemed so easy to love, yet the wise tree knows that no winter will last forever no matter how cold it may be.”
Forrest Curran, Purple Buddha Project: Purple Book of Self-Love

“The Lotus in Buddhism is a sacred symbol that represents purity and resurrection as attributes that develop through a spiritual awakening of the self. With humble beginnings in swamplands, the Lotus flower exquisitely blooms, pure and untainted, from this murky world it thrives in. The Lotus flower represents a higher state of mind, a strong spirit cultivated far from the suffering and temptations of this muddied world that personifies beauty through the present moment.”
Forrest Curran, Purple Buddha Project: Purple Book of Self-Love

“Hell is not a place, but a state of mind born from stress. Hell holds our insecurities, our fears, and it is ultimately the domicile of the devil within. The devil breathes and thrives in the fragment of our hearts that we dare not visit; yet, we can only make peace with ourselves by diving into the pits of hell and having an honest conversation with the devil himself.”
Forrest Curran, Purple Buddha Project: Purple Book of Self-Love

“Plunging into the depths of hell, re-opening the gates to wounds and emotions that we have long tried to keep sealed and locked within, we discover that that the devil is not the Herculean ruler of darkness that we had imagined, but only a vulnerable and devastated child. With honesty and without judgment, we must muster the courage to meet this innocent child with whom we have come to label as the devil.”
Forrest Curran, Purple Buddha Project: Purple Book of Self-Love

“Do not desperately seek refuge in heaven and delve in blissful ignorance; discover the fires and infernos of hell that have sprung inside of you.”
Forrest Curran, Purple Buddha Project: Purple Book of Self-Love

“Have no fear in the devil and acknowledge the insecurities, mistakes of the past, and disappointments that you have long failed to accept as new beginnings and see the child within you begin to heal.”
Forrest Curran

“The Lotus in Buddhism is a sacred symbol that represents purity and resurrection as attributes that develop through a spiritual awakening of the self. With humble beginnings in swamplands, the Lotus flower exquisitely blooms, pure and untainted, from this murky world it thrives in. The Lotus flower represents a higher state of mind, a strong spirit cultivated far from the suffering and temptations of this muddied world that personifies beauty through the present moment.”
Forrest Curran, Purple Buddha Project: Purple Book of Self-Love




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