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The Form of the Spiritual Mind

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THE ESSENCE. The Form of the Spiritual Mind.

The Form of the Spiritual Mind

One of the biggest cosmic entertainments is probably the adventure to live on Earth. The giant contradiction between YES and NO creates innumerate combination of forms of life. The subject of art is to represent the most important aspects of life in a form, give an expression to our dreams and ideas and to help the ideal of beauty find its substance.

In front of infinity, every artist can only re-create himself and his perceptions using a supporting point that is in his psyche. The different levels of expression depend on life experience and acquired culture. The development of character leads to the courage to ignore generally accepted concepts. Giving new meaning to already existing rules allows to suggest other ideas which are more up to date.

Our multi-milliard being lives on the Earth. It evolves, it develops through the clash of the different levels of intelligence and spirituality. It lives in different geographic areas and is expressed by different cultures. The apprehension of the nature of these cultures deepens the understanding of difference. Looking for the common origin, the reasons for this difference and how it is expressed in a union, motivated the artist to undertake an expedition in the debris of his psyche. He knew that there is knowledge which sees the difference as part of the unit. Only he had to master it and put it into practice.

The conscious beginning was at the age of 25. Philosophical sciences offered an explanation how the society was built but the seeker needed deeper information about himself and what his essence consisted of. It was necessary for him to understand how the system called human being functioned! It was necessary to embrace the nature of his spirit and find a new point of view. He had to give a chance to his mind to define himself.

The artist began to practice the psychophysical system of yoga. His conscious work on his mind through meditation and following his spiritual guru led to change. In the course of time practice transformed the his perception of the world.

We think that it is enough to be intelligent to understand but behind what we see there is something bigger that is hard to comprehend.

The quality of perception depends on the energetic base of self-consciousness. Yoga science classifies the level of self-consciousness according to the place in which the psychic energy (Kundalini) is placed. It moves free in the cavity of the spinal column and it is like a psychic power station at spiritual level. It reacts to individual spiritual virtues and is a prerequisite for expressing higher energetic spiritual levels. Our behaviour defines in which psychic centre stays Kundalini. There are seven psychophysical centers. Depending on the centre in which it is permanently situated, the conscience of the individual is energized and reorganized.

As a result of evolutionary change, of practicing yoga psychophysical techniques and other spiritual religious studies, mental blocks are eliminated, which up to that time were an obstacle for expressing the high energies. Kundalini changes its permanent place. It enters in the next higher centre and changes the work frequency of this psychophysical centre (chakra). The individual reacts and thinks with new quality, percepts in an absolutely new way his inner psychic space and the outside social world.

The artist went through this process and the his personal evolution was reflected in his works of art. During the years his view of life changed. This led to a change in his style of expression.

In time his attention gradually was attracted to the energetic emission of one centre, which is like a star and dominates with clarity and stability. Its might keeps everything in harmony. He had penetrated into the principle of the existence of the Spiritual mind. He began to explore its profile and structure. A lot of time was necessary for the author to experience this space, to explore it and find its meaning. He found himself in a perfectly organized environment. Everything that here on the Earth looks separate and in contradiction, there was in a harmonic union. Different forms expressing various structures of thought were equally valuable. Terms and forms had their place. The artist understood that the Spiritual mind was an integral part of the divine nature, an executor of its will and it was also the space where art lived.

The Spiritual mind has cosmic and human dimensions and it is the instrument which runs cosmic, living and social functions. It realizes the connection between the divine and earthly in our psyche.

When the artist embarked on this adventure, he could not have imagined that one day he would work on this endless theme. The forms of expression that naturally emerged were quite unusual. The aesthetic logic coming from the infinite structure of the Spiritual mind leads to compositional order in which all different forms expressed the different parallel psychic dimension. In this creative environment they had equal value. The geometrical forms symbolize the basic elements: earth, fire, wind and water. The logic of their order expressed the hierarchical organization of thought. The power fields are presented in a moment when they transform energetically the body.

Ordering the aesthetic categories in this way led to the clarity that the Spiritual mind may have a form, even though it is an abstract term.

Every psychic centre has its frequency and form of performance. It changes people's view of life. When we talk about the different individual performances, in fact we talk about the different actions of the psychic centers of each of us. Their different development in time explains the diversity in our social society.

Toma Nenov