The Original Symbol Painting: Mirror Ball Messages by Silvia Hartmann, 2004
The Original Symbol Painting: Mirror Ball Messages by Silvia Hartmann, 2004 - symbol making, energy channelling
Added Mar 4, 2004 |
The Original Symbol Painting:
Mirror Ball Messages
by Silvia Hartmann, 2004 - Acrylic Enamels On Canvas
The Original Symbol Painting: Mirror Ball Messages
This may not be the greatest painting in the world, artistically speaking, but Mirror Ball Messages is a very important painting. It is the testimonial to an event, a particular moment in my life when I understood that movement is the same as symbols, as brush strokes in calligraphy, as movements of a sword, or gestures of blessing.
Movement is symbol, and it changes reality at the energetic levels.
Further, a real symbol - the visible tip of an energetic movement - is an energy channeler, and if it is done correctly, has a most powerful impact on the energetic landscape all around it.
I've been fascinated with the processes of symbol making with intention and using symbols in that way ever since. And I've been doing symbol paintings ever since - dozens of them, for all kinds of different purposes.
For meditation, for inspiration. To change the energy of a room. To become like "air filters" or "air freshners", only far more powerfully so. To find answers in the interaction with the symbol, to channel knowledge, create insights, and to have powerful shamanic experiences.
Art Solutions and the symbol paintings is probably the most exciting thing I've ever done in personal development and even in my research so far. Absolutely amazing. And like the first car that was ever built looks pretty shabby by today's standards, and the first plane that ever flew bears hardly any resemblance to the sleek and shiny technological marvels we're used to now, without such "Mirror Ball Messages", we can't evolve forward to the new.
This is the one painting I won't ever sell, and that will be on the wall in the old folk's home, opposite my bed so I can see it, if that's allowed.
Added Mar 4, 2004 |