So-called spirituality, so-called art

Posted by on Mar 16, 2017 in Articles, best, for home page featured, Selected Chapters | 0 comments

Modern art, modern spirituality… In the past few decades I have witnessed the field of spirituality move quite rapidly, from the extreme razor sharp edges of society to the comfortable shallow...

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1 reason to Meditate 

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

You don’t need to read 7 reasons why it’s good for artists to meditate, you don’t need to learn 4 new ways to free your creativity, to checkout 10 fascinating tools to find stillness, or...

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Spiritual Maturity

Posted by on Sep 11, 2016 in Articles, best | 0 comments

We want to be calmer, to be happier, wiser, more clear and sharp, more in-tune and in harmony with life and with our true needs and wishes. We aspire to be more healthy and energetic, to be at peace...

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Spirituality

Posted by on Jun 14, 2015 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

So-Called Spirituality Most people do not take an interest in spirituality because they long to discover and actualize their pure nature. Most people are either sick or feel lost, bored, depressed or...

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Not everything is Art

Posted by on Apr 6, 2015 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

The term ‘Art’ is one of the more fluid terms so frequently used nowadays. Like many other deep and meaningful terms, such as Spirituality, Meditation and Divinity, the term Art has lost much of...

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Creative Movement

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

In the underdeveloped and somewhat hidden modern field of Meditative Art, it seems as though dance and creative movement has been one of the most popular art forms. Searching history, we find...

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Universal vs. Personal

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

“As a generalization, Meditative Art, and spiritual paths, can be divided into two primal categories: personal and impersonal. Understanding each of these categories is important and can...

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The Artist

Posted by on Nov 16, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

The idea of ‘the artist’ being extravagant, egoistic, overly emotional and moody is a modern vision. Nowadays, we simply can’t think of an “artist” as someone...

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Inspiration & the Creative Desire

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

What is that which we call inspiration? What could be the reason we feel drawn to do, to create, to play, with love and interest? What could possess us and fill us with passion, stimulation and...

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Passionate Pottery

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

  Going in Circles The wheel turns; you find yourself looking at it as if it is a poisonous snake swaying to the sounds of the flute; you couldn’t move your eyes aside, even if you wanted to;...

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Real Art

Posted by on Aug 15, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

Many years ago, when I was an art student, the question “what is art?” used to arise every now and again. It would be a philosophical more than a practical inquiry, a trigger for...

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Creativity & Women

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

There is something so very special about a group of women creating together. Something about it feels so familiar -so ‘right’; for we, as women, have sat and worked together in tribes,...

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Body, Soul & Spirit

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Articles, best | 0 comments

Working on various levels simultaneously The Indian spiritual philosophy explains the complexity of the various aspects of man in a beautiful and deep manner. According to this understanding, human...

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Eco Art

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

Turning Garbage into Art By Mochtia Har-Lev Working with recyclable materials is a cheap, accessible and creative way to make art. It can also be regarded as an eco-friendly form of creativity. There...

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Exploring Color

Posted by on Oct 7, 2013 in Articles, best | 0 comments

The world of color is a fascinating world to be studied and explored, especially for those who wish to use art as a tool for spiritual development. We can learn how to utilize  the desire to create...

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Yantra

Posted by on Sep 12, 2013 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

A Traditional Form of Indian Meditative Art Yantras are visual tools used for spiritual growth; to connect with the divine, in attempt for liberation. Each yantra is a specific symbolic composition...

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Selected 5 places that facilitate spiritual development

Posted by on Nov 19, 2012 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

Some places undoubtedly have especially positive influence for the spiritual seeker on the path. It can be argued why and how could it be, yet if one develops the sensitively and even the habit of...

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Art & Meditation

Posted by on Nov 18, 2012 in Articles, best | 0 comments

Meditative Art is a process of applying creativity in a meditative state of mind. It is a fascinating way to connect to the source of all beauty – the source of all. Using our desire to express...

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Meditation & Art = Magic

Posted by on Nov 17, 2012 in Articles, best | 0 comments

A Meditative Artist is, first of all, a spiritual seeker; their one and only goal is spiritual development and anything that can support the spiritual journey is regarded positive and facilitating....

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Nature, Art & Spirituality

Posted by on Nov 17, 2012 in Articles, best | 0 comments

Nature – the endless creation, the manifested word, the divine show in which we, all mankind, are a part of. Looking at the present situation worldwide, anyone with their eyes open to see, can...

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Introduction to Doll Making

Posted by on Nov 17, 2012 in Articles, best | 0 comments

The art of creating a doll, or a personified figurine, is both magical and charming. It has been, for centuries, a mysterious act connected to both black and white magic.   Doll making...

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Meditative Painting

Posted by on Nov 17, 2012 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

By: Mochita Shir Har-Lev Painting is the practice of applying paint or color to a surface, commonly with the use of a brush, but other objects can be used as well. In art, the term painting describes...

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Meditative Sculpting

Posted by on Nov 17, 2012 in Articles, best, for home page featured | 0 comments

Sculpting is essentially a process of transformation; we take shape or a structure and give it life, making an abstract object or a personified figure and bringing them into the light. We expose and...

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Yoga & Living in Harmony with Nature

Posted by on Oct 4, 2011 in Articles, best | 0 comments

Yoga means union, merging one’s action, words and thoughts, with the surrounding, with the Divine or truth. Practicing yoga teaches us how to breathe, how to sit, how to be at peace within and...

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Meditative Walks

Posted by on Sep 16, 2011 in Articles, best | 0 comments

Meditative walks, either guided or silent are a lovely and inspiring practice that supports a spiritual seeker.  These walks, unlike other walk and not a way to get somewhere, rather they are the...

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