Passages in a work are like transversing a section of a river in your kyak or canoe, passing by calm areas and challenging rapids, and finally finding a save beach in which to camp for the night. There, for the night, having a good meal by the camp fire and sleeping warmly in your tent, you wake up, have a good breakfast, take a few deep breaths, and go on for the next passage of the day...after so many of these passages, finally you reach your destination. This would be the point at which you leave the painting, finished or unfinished, where you feel you cannot add to it without subtracting from it.
No. 3 Infinite Self Versus Mind Series (Psychic Tension)