Metaphysical Drawings, Anyone else ever draw with metaphys energy?

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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:40 AM
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I did a search and didn't see anything but I could have easily missed this subject.

So after my Kundalini rising a had a desire to draw with my opposite using hand (left). I had never used my left hand to draw as it wasn't dominant or even coordinated.

I noticed my hand wanted to move in circular and spiral like motions. It was if someone or energy flowing through me onto the paper via a pen in hand.

Here are what the drawings first started out looking like.




Then I started to do them for people. I would ask the universe if you want to say to heal, assist, aid etc for them in a positive way. I would have the intention in mind and this is what would flow out onto the paper, as if someone else was steering the wheel.









That is just a few I have done. I would burn the paper to release the energy.

I know some may think its loony or the ideomotor effect, but this energy would flow from my body out my hand and onto the paper. It was almost involuntary most the time.

Anyone else ever draw but not influence or control what comes out?

Just wanted to share with those who may have or interested in what I would call automatic drawing/writing.
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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:56 AM
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cool stuff. I really enjoy using a compass and going off with some sacred geometry. mostly because I feel it helps me understand the geometries more deeply.

I've heard some singers (like Kurt Cobain) wrote lyrics in this way occasionally..

Oh, also burning them is a good idea to release the energy!
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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 01:16 AM
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a reply to: knightsofcydonia

Neat. Didn't know that about Kurt.

Where do you think this energy, ideas, force... whichever you call it comes from?

Is it just the universe speaking through us?

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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 01:36 AM
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originally posted by: kodasaufa
I did a search and didn't see anything but I could have easily missed this subject.

So after my Kundalini rising a had a desire to draw with my opposite using hand (left). I had never used my left hand to draw as it wasn't dominant or even coordinated.

I noticed my hand wanted to move in circular and spiral like motions. It was if someone or energy flowing through me onto the paper via a pen in hand.

Here are what the drawings first started out looking like.




Then I started to do them for people. I would ask the universe if you want to say to heal, assist, aid etc for them in a positive way. I would have the intention in mind and this is what would flow out onto the paper, as if someone else was steering the wheel.









That is just a few I have done. I would burn the paper to release the energy.

I know some may think its loony or the ideomotor effect, but this energy would flow from my body out my hand and onto the paper. It was almost involuntary most the time.

Anyone else ever draw but not influence or control what comes out?

Just wanted to share with those who may have or interested in what I would call automatic drawing/writing.


It looks like you still have a spirograph which is awesome. Or it's magic like you said which is still awesome.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 01:42 AM
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The left hand is controlled by the right hemisphere of the brain.

I used to draw random scribbles when i was a little kid. One turned into a face and another into a dragon.

Ive done sumi-e painting which part of the concept is transfering your chi through your body into the brush movements and its important not to rest your hand on the paper.

I see nothing odd about you scribbling circles. The hands want to move that way naturally anyway.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 02:06 AM
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Don't know if you mean you are NOT doing this yourself. If not, then what it is called it automatic-writing. Of course that is writing, perhaps this is better termed automatic-drawing? It happens with wicked spirit forces take control of you to draw.

You may erroneously and innocently think that what is happening is not dangerous, but it is. And it can get you into a lot of trouble.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 02:09 AM
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Nice, might be a symbolic profiling of the people's energy/aura with different aspects of personality and/or thought/emotional patterns visualized in the different spirals/circles. Just like you do with a...don't know the English word; with a conic piece of metal on a string, you ask questions and it answers with a movement? That's from your unconsciousness/higher self via muscle tensions in the hand as well, just as you seem aware of the energies and your unconscious/energetic steered muscle tensions transform it in symbols. Nice.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 05:00 AM
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Not exactly the way you describe but I did have had a different experience on a similar subject.

Through drawing depictions, eg. tracing out a pattern of an ancient text, through art, I have had experiences where I picked up psychically what the intention of the hieroglyph was.

Then quiet by accident I was listening to an Ian Lungold video where he talks about being a jeweler of Mayan glyphs, and he had similar experiences whilst engraving Mayan Glyphs onto jewelry.

I found this amazing when I discovered this.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:04 AM
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a reply to: iSomeone

I have done much in the way of spiritual protection. It is not a malevolent spirit/entity. I have been doing it for 3 years now and nothing negative occurred because of the drawings.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: Richardus

You were referring to a pendulum which can be a form of divination. I don't use them but I know of people that do.

Yeah I noticed the drawings were very unique to the individual. And no I didn't rest my hand on the paper and it was quite tiring at times. It could be chi directing energy through the drawing. I think you can do the same healing or sending of energy without the drawing, just it is a method of channeling chi or energy etc...



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:22 AM
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a reply to: kodasaufa

It would have been nice had you shown a little artistic talent or at least spun something that could be interpreted in some fashion. Or even a bit of writing that might intrigue us.

Not so much drawing as spiraling. I could spiral in my sleep.

Has it produced anything useful ? Why not funnel that imagination into some real art work and express youself that way ?

You might be creative on your own merit rather than...well you know.

Regards midicon.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:34 AM
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I don't do automatic writing but i doodle in my journal and most doodles come out looking like computer equipment or scientific designs. Once I drew images that were on the face of Christian buildings in the middle east that were reported to be destroyed 2 weeks later. Scribbles don't make an event, but it sure makes me feel ooky because that's what a spirit medium does, like ouija board, and that would be a problem, as low energy beings like squiggles. High energy beings, they don't communicate in squiggles, but language, images, etc. If you look all around you at the symbols of your life you'll know more than what an ink swirl tells you.

From your blue swirls, it looks like the entity is demonstrating the wheels of kundalini energy as it is a stowaway in your soul. Head, kidneys, lung/torso, and intestines. Those are your four squiggle images. The head one is interesting because it shows a little portal tube in your psyche/mind, which is where the energetic entity obtained access. The low ones have attitudes like bossy imps (that's what they are) and generally you don't want to make friends with low-lifes. They get upset the longer you keep them around. It's like having a small nicotine addiction.

What is unusual is that encrypted there is signs of who you are as a person, because these squiggles are one of a kind. Like I might guess you have a compact car from the swirls leaning to the left, as a US driver thinks in that focus.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to: midicon The most artistic displays I produced were graffiti when I was a teenager.

I doubt they would be more artistic then those ones I have posted, but I could do a new one with the intent of being more aesthetic as you might say. If you or anyone wants me to I could snap a pic and post it.

I never tried to make them eye appealing, just that is how they came out.

Well for the people I had done it for all said to have improvements in their life, whether it was physical, emotional or other. I don't see why they would lie because no one had anything to gain.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:42 AM
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a reply to: AtomicOrbital1

And then what?

How is any of that remotely useful and are you the interpreter of spirals?

Bossy imps...I ask you?

Sometimes theres a devil in me!

Is that a Ford Focus?



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:51 AM
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originally posted by: kodasaufa
a reply to: midicon The most artistic displays I produced were graffiti when I was a teenager.



Well for the people I had done it for all said to have improvements in their life, whether it was physical, emotional or other. I don't see why they would lie because no one had anything to gain.



I haven't said anything about lying and anything positive is good. I think you sound quite nice perhaps you believe in what you do. Would you not rather have written communication...that might have been more fun and more revealing. I suppose it is what it is.

I wish you well.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:01 AM
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The pictures on the opening post aren't showing.

However, perhaps you are referring to just normal process sketching or 'doodling', ie your brain is sending signals to your hand, which is how people sketch. Most people's doodles are patterns and shapes, sometimes elaborate.

As for 'automatic writing', I tried it once when I was researching Wicca and after reading many books on spiritualism and mediums. I wrote some things but wasn't sure if it meant anything. Another time I was doing psi experiments with a world atlas and wrote co-ordinates for a place in Russia called Arkhangelsk, I was then followed by the police and some Russians (I am in Southern England) and didn't do it after that. I was also asked if I was a Russian spy, it was during the cold war.

I am ambidextrous, I mostly write with my left hand but can also write well with my right hand. Apparently I started writing with right hand as a child though since around age 4 I have mostly written with my left hand, apart from when my left wrist was broken and in plaster a few years ago when I wrote with my right.

I am also an artist with an honours degree in Fine Art, specialising in drawing though I also paint. During my degree automatic sketching was something that I researched. I suggest anyone wanting to learn about this should read about Paul Klee' 'The thinking eye' and 'Taking a line for a walk'. I made a photographic and drawing journey through Avebury series using a similar method.

Here are some sketches I just did for the sake of this thread. The first shows a sketch of a coffee cup sitting in front of me, firstly using my right hand and then using my left hand with the writing underneath written in my right hand on the first sketch and my left hand in the second sketch.

The second image is a sketch I just did with my eyes closed using my right hand. The brain functions using both hemispheres and using alternate hands doesn't alter the brains thinking, it is the same signal. The 'left and right brained' thing is a myth.

That said, a lot of my art is from my imagination, I just start to paint, some of my paintings from my imagination are landscapes and whilst I do not consciously try to make them like a place I know, sometimes after I look at the painting and if I were to psychoanalyse it it is often relevant, it is something I needed to deal with in my mind or something that is ingrained in my psychology. For example, I grew up spending a lot of time in woods, having a familiarity to a particular tree at the top of a small hill and path, I was also hurt there as a child and this has often shown in my art. I was advised to 'express myself and my inner emotions' for my degree, sometimes this isn't such a great idea, I would prefer to deal with any issues of my past in another way otherwise it is like art therapy.

Sometimes minds are very literal and sketching etc brings out hidden emotions and fears etc. to view, like messages from the subconscious.




I painted these from imagination and are possibly subliminal messages from my subconscious.




Some educational writing about Paul Klee
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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:03 AM
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Have you tried other things besides drawing to see if you get the same results you claim? For example you could take a large bowl of water and drag your finger tip accross the surface with same intent. It will produce sounds and ripples in the water which would be much more complex than what youve drawn although imperminent. Maybe even shine some light on it or through it so the ripples will reflect paterns of light for a full atmosphere.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:14 AM
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a reply to: theabsolutetruth That's interesting, wish I had that talent.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:18 AM
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You mean using other medias to produce or channel the energy or whatever it likes to be called?

I have never tried scrying with a black mirror or a bowl of water or crystal ball.

I suppose I could try, it wouldn't hurt.



posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:22 AM
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a reply to: kodasaufa

Try with a black canvas and a paintbrush.

Would love to see the results.






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