Wall of the Temple of the Universe. Part 1

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      This limited edition Aluminum Print, designed by Dmitry Yurchenko, comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity. Printed on a .045” thick aluminum sheet, this print is crisp, high gloss, lightweight, and water resistant. It comes with a proprietary 1/2" aluminum shadow mount allowing for easy installation.

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      About this Artwork

      The quintessence of life, embodied in stone. Vedas - as a symbiosis of all spheres of knowledge. The front part of the artwork for the Kiev rock band Shifting Reality. Their first album - my first serious bid currently in the computer drawing. So, in general, the whole group of sculptures - a high relief on the exterior wall of a Temple of the Universe, which unite all world religions and doctrines (as they interpret them one and the same). 4 characters at the corners - it's Earth Element (bottom left), Waters (bottom right), Fire (top right) and Air (upper left). And the primary element 5 is located in the center - Ether (Void), which is the most significant, because it is Zhivatma ( "I" of each one of us). With zhivatma's includes all tangible and intangible worlds (the Vedas say that zhivatmy form a molecule, then - the atoms, after - minerals, then - plants, animals, fish and birds, and - Human). "I" of each one of us is equal to the Most High in quality, but not the power. This can be explained by the fact that each of us is also the Creator (his reality) and in each of us struggling "Zoo" (Earth and Water) and "Theo" (Fire and Air). We all live, so in the end come to themselves, finding itself over many lifetimes. It interprets itself central logo of the group. Many of our life are embodied in the form of a ring of Samsara, which is shown around a central core. It delves into a tunnel and decorated with patterns.    In the circle of Samsara are 8 Cycles of Being Human. In the circle of Samsara located title 8 external Bodies of Zhivatma's (what scientists called an aura): The Astral Body (feelings, desires, passions), Buddhic Body (logic), Sattvic Body (spirit world), Devakonic Body (soul), Mental Body (mind), the Physical Body (mat. sheath for one season of life), Essential and Causal Bodies. 9 primary elements in the center of the composition - a real "I" of each one of us.   8 Hand woven a clever way - an 8-wise. There will quote Keshava Deva: "Hands - this is one of the most important parts of the body - says Dev. - Your destiny is in your hands, and it must be understood downright literally. Not only because the lines on the hand say about the past and future of a person, but primarily because the individual fingers perform very special, their own function carried out in the body of his "power". Those who come into possession of such power, be able to maintain physical health and receive spiritual joy ... " 8-pointed star, which is the core of the composition - are vectors of development best samples of the space. Their unending set, but I chose the number 8 as close to the sacred number 9. Since the 10 - it is the Almighty Creator of the Universe.

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