Art and Spiritual Transformation: The Seven Stages of Death by Finley Eversole

By Finley Eversole

The primal function of paintings in awakening and releasing the soul of humanity

• offers a seven-stage trip of transformation relocating from the darkened soul to the sunshine of religious illumination

• offers a meditation perform to adventure the religious power embedded inside of paintings

• comprises artists Alex gray, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Walter Gaudnek, and others

Art and religious Transformation offers a seven-stage trip from the darkened soul to the sunshine of religious illumination that's attainable during the international of artwork. Finley Eversole introduces a meditation perform that strikes past the visible content material of an artwork shape with a view to connect to its embedded non secular power, permitting the viewer to faucet in to the deeper cognizance inherent within the paintings and wake up dormant powers within the depths of the viewer’s soul.

Examining glossy and postmodern art from 1945 onward, Eversole unearths the impacts of historic Egypt, India, China, and alchemy in this paintings. He attracts commonly on philosophy, delusion and symbolism, literature, and metaphysics to give an explanation for the seven phases of non secular demise and rebirth of the soul attainable via artwork: the event of self-loss, the adventure into the underworld, the adventure of the darkish evening of the soul, the clash with and overcome evil, the awakening of recent existence within the depths of being, and the go back and reintegration of awareness on a better airplane of being, ensuing eventually in ecstasy, transfiguration, illumination, and liberation. to demonstrate those phases, Eversole contains works by way of summary expressionists Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko and sleek visionary artists Alex gray and Ernst Fuchs, between others, to bare the strong and releasing forces artwork contributes to the transformation and evolution of human consciousness.

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