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Metaphysical Drawings, Anyone else ever draw with metaphys energy?

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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:24 AM
a reply to: Darkblade71

I might be able to get a black poster board today at like a Walgreens.

Would need some to get something colorful to apply....

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:43 AM
a reply to: kodasaufa

Even white paint makes an impact with black,
you might be surprised.
I would go with Bright Green, Blue,Yellow and white
(oh and red too!.)

Once you get the brush moving like you do with your left hand and a pen, just let it go into whatever.
When you are done,
use Pareidolia to pull out images from the painting and see what comes out.
Just think of it as looking for images in clouds and painting in what you see as you see it.

Just a kind of weird suggestion. I think you might get some very cool paintings that way.

edit on 23-8-2014 by Darkblade71 because: red...forgot red....

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 11:59 AM
On the original post, on the third pic for friends, I see a face if you cover what looks like eyes with both thumbs(face in the middle).

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:06 PM
a reply to: Darkblade71
Im not sure using paint would really gain much unless either one stroke painting or sumi-e methods are applied. Both use different brushes and methods. Single stroke painting uses a flat brush with mutiple colours mixed in it. Sumi-e is a pointed rounded circumphrence brush that produces different line thicknesses depending on how hard its pressed and usually is used with ink on special paper but it may possibly be able to handle a thin paint, not sure. Both of these painting styles produce intricate images with minimal effort. If not then using coloured pencils would be fine and they can be applied to black paper.

a reply to: kodasaufa

Yes pretty much. Not so sure it would or would not produce a scrying effect but it was just a thought since the movements would be the same and water is considered to have a sort of energy to it i suppose. That way you dont run out of paper or pens.
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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:23 PM
a reply to: Aural You are so right about running out of paper and pens. I went through packs of them and ran out of paper in the house more than a few times.

I am going to see if I can get some black paper and I will ask my gf if she has some colored pencils as she is a Middle School teacher she may have something.

What I will do Is try and clear my mind and then whatever flows out will be. But I will have to have some sort of intent, otherwise it will probably just look like scribbles.

Should I intend to draw a healing mandala sort of thing? Or possibly something that evokes emotion in a positive way?

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:30 PM
a reply to: Aural

I think it is worth a shot.

I've done something similar and had a very profound experience out of it.
But the constant going back to paints and breaking the movement of the hand when doing so I can see as an issue if that is what you are meaning.

The idea is to let the energy release like he was doing in the drawings,
and then to pull from that images to see what his mind sees as coming from the circular motion that was created.
(If that makes sense)

I just found that paints seem to flow more and when one is done,
they have something to hang on a wall and have some use other than a piece of paper.
I have notebooks and notebooks of drawing,
but when I started to put on canvas what was coming out in drawings,
it changed the entire aspect of what I was doing.

In a metaphysical context, it all becomes art and art becomes metaphysical.
However it is done, I think it could lead to some interesting results.

But I am no expert on the matter, just have had my own experiences with art and something metaphysical.

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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:39 PM
a reply to: Darkblade71

No i more so meant it would only look like a smear of paint blob without the dynamics of those methods and would have even less detail than drawing with a pen. I suppose just changing paint colour multiple times could work but thats very concious to stop and pick the next colour. Just look up videos of the two styles i describe being done and youd see what i mean better.

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 12:51 PM
a reply to: Aural

I guess I am just a bit more free flowing.
Even a smear can turn into something very detailed with a little eyeballing it after.
But then I like to paint.

What I am suggesting is a two part process.

First the hands and paint going as the pen and paper would,
and then after wards pulling out images like you would cloud watching to see what comes out.
But that is just my own method.

If it is something metaphysical,
then something will come out of it.

I'll go check those methods you are suggesting.

What I am suggesting is more like scrying on canvas.

Both methods you suggest are pretty cool!
The one stroke painting:

This is similar to how I paint sometimes.

And then

Both are good examples.

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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 06:35 PM
I went out and bought a black poster board. I will have to wait until monday to draw anything on it.

Not sure if bright colored pencils or crayons will work best. I got a 2 sided one and will test them out.

Just got to figure the intent and let it flow out.

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 07:19 PM
a reply to: kodasaufa

Chalk would also work on poster board!

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 07:29 PM
Wow. OP ... I do this but i have a teacher.

I met an okdwr woman who is a qi gong/ tai chi teacher and doing art using qi. I had wanted to learn tai chi but she immediately started getting me to draw circles to "build up spiritual energy" and then she also makes me burn them to return the energy. Im not making any of this up. She used that method to develop her art channeling to the point that she does interesting art while in the state. I recently progressed from just circles to other shapes but drawing the circles is crucial. I could post photos and maybe i will but theyre similar.

Im on my tablet, maybe ill go on the computer and post some of her drawings also.

posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:36 PM
a reply to: kodasaufa

op, there's a book called 'drawing from right brain', i think it might help you.

but theabsolutetruth is prob right when she said left and right are just myth. but I would say right is more like imaginative mode of the brain.

maybe your drawings is part of clearing out the excess blocking energy and soon your imaginative mode will be much clearer, and left hand will be able to sync with imagination realm. I call it realm of imagination because it was like huge spaceless canvas where you can see a lot of ideas for your arts and when the favorable hand connect to it, it will be able to follow whatever being shown there.

ISomeone: nothing is wrong or evil with automatic drawing, or actions. are you telling us that when you take a bath, you also need to think how to apply the water and soap?

theabsolutetruth: your painting is awesome. thanks for some inspirational painting. drawing landscape are skills i lack. gonna explore them soon.

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posted on Aug, 23 2014 @ 10:52 PM
a reply to: dodol

Left and right is a myth but also true to some extent. Left and right do different things but creativity isnt all on the right side and many tasks use both sides. The right side is more open to subconcious i think since its not the side dealing with language. Think about it we think with language mostly. What is a thought without words? Its more intuitive or felt.

Edit: looked it up more havent seen credible sources but some say right brain does some functions of language as well so my idea is a little fuzzy. Its hard to research this stuff.
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posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 04:42 AM
Left and right brain thinking is a myth.

The left brain/ right brain myth

Are you a creative and emotional person? Maybe an artist or a musician? Then you are probably right-brained. No? Perhaps you are a rational, analytical and logical thinker? Maybe a mathematician or an engineer? Then you are most likely left-brained. Who does not know that creativity and emotion are located in the right half of the brain, while rationality and logic are situated in the left half of the brain? Everyone has come across this popular notion of left or right brain dominance, which determines a person’s way of thinking and his/her personality. This notion, however, is a widely held misconception. Here we will discuss the concept of this notion, known as hemisphericity or hemispheric dominance, how it arose, and why it is a misconception.

Arguments against a left brain and right brain thinking style and its application to education
The notion of different hemispheric thinking styles is based on an erroneous premise: each brain hemisphere is specialised and therefore each must function independently with a different thinking style. This connection is a bridge too far: it uses scientific findings regarding functional asymmetries for the processing of stimuli to create conceptions about hemispheric differences on a different level, such as a cognitive thinking style. Furthermore, there is no direct scientific evidence supporting the idea that different thinking styles lie within each hemisphere. Indeed, deriving different hemispheric thinking styles from functional asymmetries is quite a bold venture, which oversimplifies and misinterprets scientific findings.
If one considers the right hemispheric creative and emotional thinking style, there is no scientific evidence that supports a correlation between creativity and the activity of the right hemisphere, let alone evidence for a correlation between the degree of creativity and the use of the right hemisphere. Similarly, a recent analysis of 65 neuroimaging studies on emotion found no scientific support for the hypothesis of an overall right hemispheric lateralisation of emotional function. There is no direct scientific evidence that supports an analytical, logical thinking style for the left hemisphere, which predetermines the left hemisphere for mathematical tasks, or reading and writing. In contrast, Stanislas Daheane found that both the right and left hemisphere are active in the identification of Arabic numerals (e.g. “1”,”2”). Similarly, other data showed that subsystems in both hemispheres are activated for parts of the reading process, e.g. decoding written words or recognising speech sounds. Based on these and many more scientific findings, scientists nowadays think that while there are some functional asymmetries, the two brain hemispheres do not work in isolation, but rather together in every cognitive task. In light of this notion, using the conception of hemisphericity to guide and direct educational practice is highly questionable.

posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 11:58 AM
a reply to: theabsolutetruth

The over simplification of the differences is a myth but not the different functions being present on some level and different hemispheres controlling opposite sides of the body. What they are talking about is personality traits NOT functions of the brain. It even clearly says in your own link quote the brain has an asymetrical function and the myth is a result of misinterpretations of facts. .

it uses scientific findings regarding functional asymmetries

Artistic qualities are not all on the right and language is not all on the left but they are different aspects of these on different sides

Alien hand syndrom is worth mentioning. It seems to almost always effect the non dominant hand usually effecting the left hand. It can be presumed the non dominent hand does tasks on a subconcious or semi concious level in other words. Because this condition can be brought on to someone who has the connections between hemispheres cut it may imply even those without this condition their conciousness at least in hand movements is more on one side of the brain than the other.

In Stanley Kubrick's movie Dr Strangelove, the main character is described as "erratic" and displays a bizarre movement disorder. His right hand seems to be driven by a will of its own, at times clutching his own throat and at other times raising into a Nazi salute. Dr Strangelove must try to restrain this wayward limb with his left hand. Bizarre as this fictional character is, a similar movement disorder can occur in neurologic disease. The complex phenomenon associated with this disorder falls under the rubric of alien hand syndrome. This syndrome is characterized by a limb that seems to perform meaningful acts without being guided by the intention of the patient. Patients find themselves unable to stop the alien limb from reaching and grabbing objects, and they may be unable to release these grasped objects without using their other hand to pry open their fingers. These patients frequently express astonishment and frustration at the errant limb. They experience it as being controlled by an external agent and often refer to it in the third person. This article outlines the origins of the terminology used in describing this syndrome, early observations, and studies regarding its functional neuroanatomy.

By using functional magnetic resonance imaging in a patient with alien hand syndrome after right parietal lesion, we could identify brain regions activated during involuntary or voluntary actions with the affected left hand. Alien hand movements involved a selective activation of contralateral primary motor cortex (M1), presumably released from conscious control by intentional planning systems. By contrast, voluntary movements activated a distributed network implicating not only the contralateral right M1 and premotor cortex but also the left inferior frontal gyrus, suggesting an important role of the dominant hemisphere in organizing willed actions.

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posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 12:44 PM
I had a force that influenced my mind more than my hand...
I went into a semi-trance state of mind and 'designed' my personal, life force symbol...
You would call it a Cartouche

I did this over a Labor Day weekend... and I 'knew' that my essential/metaphysical body was destined to be spiritually confined in the State of SC...

Starting in myrtle beach then somewhere after Charleston, where I dropped off the hitchhiker passenger, that piece of paper with the 'Cartouche' that had the Symbolic reversed mirror-image of my first name as part of the highly symbolic essence of my astral body flew out of the passenger window !
I was tempted to stop & retrieve the Cartouche drawing... but I didn't

I woke up some 14 days later from a a Savannah GA hospital
it seems I was crashed into a bridge abutment at the Catsawahootchie bridge located between Charleston SC+Savannah GA
I spent the next 5 years on disability with a crushed pelvis, severed uretha, among other broken parts

the future SC Governor Edwards, later to become the Energy Czar, was the Orthodontist that took the wires out of my mouth for that broken Jaw I also had (along with broken shoulder, broken ankle, punctured lung...hobbling on crutches with a pee-bag for a year & a half including the 6 months after my Duke University surgery

all I say is---- do not discount those mystical, metaphysical 'things' that become part of your Psyche & Self
that Cartouche was not to be taken lightly & I should have guarded it with my life...& I paid the price for lacksidasial behavior

posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 12:57 PM
a reply to: St Udio

What an incredibly horrific accident. I hope you keep on the path to recovery.

Do you think or believe you imparted your essence onto the Cartouche? And it leaving you and becoming lost/departed from you it no longer protected you? Or it being lost a part of you left like the Cartouche?

posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 02:26 PM

originally posted by: kodasaufa
a reply to: St Udio

What an incredibly horrific accident. I hope you keep on the path to recovery.

Do you think or believe you imparted your essence onto the Cartouche? And it leaving you and becoming lost/departed from you it no longer protected you? Or it being lost a part of you left like the Cartouche?

excellent questions...!

I did not impart my essence into the cartouche... the cartouche revealed to me by metaphysical forces
took from me my free-will aspect -
-> because I had delved & desired to have this symbol made known-to-me and the revelation of that secret knowledge (of a powerful cartouche energy) which I may be able to use to conjure power/monies/status/position in the occult world
... there was a price-to-pay

I guess the price was not in a short longevity, but only for 24 1/2 years I was severely restricted in my ability

then I went on a 'vision Quest'... but that's another story

I cannot realistically say just how much ground I lost from even desiring that occult cartouche (which I accidently let out to the public...or potential black magic persons)
but I guarantee--- with that occult cartouche, I might have been a Bill Gates type of billionaire, scoundral

posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 02:40 PM
a reply to: Aural

I know about the brain.

I said this: Left and right brain thinking is a myth.

This is fact.

The 'Left and right brain thinking' is a myth that refers to people being dominant in either hemisphere. It is a myth. Fact.

I never mentioned anything about certain areas being more focused on certain facets but like the article says, it isn't a 'hemispheric way' of thinking therefore the either left or right brained hypothesis is a myth.

posted on Aug, 24 2014 @ 03:16 PM
a reply to: St Udio

Do you feel that you sort of had an agreement/understanding that this piece needed to not be seen and it's presence should be with you in a private way?

I understand it had abilities or powers... Just it wasn't for anyone else's eyes is what it sounds like.

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