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30" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas
The sky was a deep, dark, ominous grey and the sun was hidden behind the clouds. I could feel myself slipping into the trauma vortex of the past. I began to chant Aum in a rolling and rhythmic pattern, visualising the Sri Yantra, deeply breathing and entering myself, opening myself to the vastness and recalibration of the sound of creation through the tones of my voice. I could feel my self drop into being, into whole attention awareness of the moment. The tears stopped falling and I felt my energy shift into alignment. In the moment that I shifted, the sun appeared through the clouds behind me and the warm rays of its brilliance shone upon the water bringing to life all the subtle colours of the ocean’s magic. It was as if a gentle hand was laid upon my shoulders reassuring me and the warmth of the light soaked into my body. My shoulders dropped, my belly softened and the sense of infinity filled me with peace. I turned around to look towards the sun that was now clear in the sky and I gasped as the sky was filled with black, white tailed hawks circling as they prepared for their journey ahead migrating south. I sat in awe, transfixed by the display. Glancing at the sun, it was surrounded by a rainbow filling the sky. In that moment I saw a glimpse of this painting. A vision of the sun and The Flower of Life, the sacred order and geometric design of the universe expanding outwards from its centre with a hawk taking flight. As I looked away a swirl of light was imprinted on my retina that flowed across the canvass and then the veils between the known and the unknown began to dematerialise. Magenta is a colour I use a lot in my paintings as it is the colour I see when I am Sun Gazing.
Apple iPhone 6s Plus, f/2.2 @ 4.15 mm, 1/4, ISO 64, No Flash

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