Devotional Art accesses the the transcendent side of life through the creative process. From this place, we can clear chakras, energy imbalances and traumas from the psyche as we open up and surrender to the divine. Creation is the impetus of the foundation of the world we live in, and the ability to embody one's ability to create affords one the opportunity to begin powerfully co-creating their own reality. Huna teaches us that once we take radical responsibility for the reality we are currently living in, therein lies the power to change that which isn't working for us.
Once we master the skills of manifestation, we can birth new worlds around us. Once we can find the balance between radical responsibility and radical surrender to the divine order of our lives, we awaken a creative potential that cannot be shaken. These various images capture a ten year process of spiritual awakening through re-connection with the divine as an added layer of the creative process. Rather than just expressing the Self, these devotional arts represent the advent of the next evolution of humanity in which we bypass the fallen human state and reconnect humanity to the Creator. They also represent the process of alchemy and the embodiment of heaven coming to earth.
Acrylic, Watercolor, Paper, Pencil
mandala. /ˈmændələ; mænˈdɑːlə/ (Hindu & Buddhist art) any of various designs symbolizing the universe, usually circular. (psychol) such a symbol expressing a person's striving for unity of the self. Sanskrit: circle. Wikipedia
Carl Jung, a mandala and shadow work enthusiast, supposedly wouldn't see a client without referencing their natal chart. Each of us are gifted a map of our psyche that reflects the 'life force quality' of the moment we took our first breath. Therein lies a very specific map we can use to intuit very specific spiritual direction. This ''mandala' of our true self can be systematically healed of underlying karma and 'turbulence' through spiritual psychology, plant alchemy and devotional/expressive arts practice.