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Friday, February 3, 2012

Transcendent Visual Art - Satchidananda

I have a number of examples of transcendent visual art experiences.  As I come across pieces from the stack of drawings and paintings I will post them here. 

A number of years ago I was working on homework for an art class.  The assignment was to take something small and blow it up on a full page of good-sized paper in order to explore the work of Georgia O'Keefe.  I chose a little Buddha figurine.  To the left a small mark revealed a face, then a figure.  Eventually it became Satchidananda walking onto the page.

At some point after meeting him at Yogaville Satchidananda was in one of my most vivid and significant dreams. 

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