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Last Post 04/19/2010 5:56 PM by  David C Lewis
The Power of Imagery
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Dean Baylor

03/07/2010 6:57 AM
    Anastasia talks about how "splendid images will create a splendid world." Describing imagery as "THE SUPREME SCIENCE OF ALL SCIENCES," she reveals how positive imagery created the state of Egypt, telling the story of how one of her forefathers taught the poets and priests how to raise the consciousness of the entire society with beautiful and inspiring images.

    I thought it was interesting that these images were conveyed to the people through song, the power of the word creating a wonderful vision in people's minds, and consequently the society prospered. The ascended masters have taught us the same thing, that the giving of songs and prayers with both vision and feeling can change the world.
    Sun Disc

    04/16/2010 6:18 PM

    In book 6 of the Ringing Cedars series, Anastasia describes an image as "an ENTITY of energy invented by human thought. It can be created by a single Man or by several together."

    I thought it odd, the first time I read it, that she would describe an image as an entity, as if it was a person or an individual consciousness.

    During class 4 of the Meru University course on Advanced Studies of the Human Aura, the ascended master El Morya said much the same thing, describing our thoughts as "living beings."
    David C Lewis

    04/19/2010 5:56 PM
    I owned an art gallery for over a decade and consciously attempted to bring images of beauty and grandeur to people through the medium of art. At one point I compiled a list of whom I considered the most inspiring artists of history. There have been numerous schools during the Renaissance and the Classical age that taught the careful use of color, light, perspective, geometry, placement as well as some esoteric understanding of symbology and numerology to help create beautiful, inspiring art. To me a masterpiece is one that uplifts one to a heightened sense of joy through a rapturous communion with the ideation, motive and feeling behind the image.
    Having witnessed much of the degraded art of our time, I feel that it is imperative to recreate the proper classical training that many of the now ascended artists of the past received.