In mindfulness, how we see things (or don't see them) how we determines how we respond to them. The logo should inspire people to shift their perspective from what is expected and into what can be imagined.
One idea to explore is to make the logotype of “Mindful” and “Cube” separated by a logomark of some kind. The logomark might be, at first glance, a graphic representation of a 3 dimensional cube, but one closer inspection, the faces of the cube reveal themselves to be walls of a cubicle. Perhaps the cube contains an abstract shape, which turns out, from the right point of view, to be an office worker. Maybe the boundaries of the cube are flexible so that the connection between the space inside the box and the space outside the box reveals a secondary meaning.
Here is a metaphor inspired, by the I-Ching, that relates to Mindful Cube.
That is how the invisible (space, thought) directs the visible (lines, action). As the mountains below push upward, the sky above retreats. So too the foolish person pushes forward while the wise one retreats to plan for counter attack. The convergence of where the mountains and sky meet binds them.
Mindful: represents the head and the heart—the sphere of our energetic field that starts with the heart and moves outward.
Cube: represents truth, because it looks the same from every angle. It’s comprised of a square representing the four elements + 3-dimensions.
The space where the words Mindful and Cube meet is the transition zone—a space of awareness that allows us to see the boundaries of one experience while also seeing past them into the next moment.
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