While viewing the painting from the bottom to the top, one is going to explore the concept of Intention, and then, the companion concept of Purpose, from an inter-dimensional perspective.
“If we don’t change the direction in which we are headed, we are liable to end up where we are going “!
It is our Intentions that set the direction in which we are headed. If we want to change the direction in which we are moving, we must change its settings. And if we want to change the direction of our life, we must change our Intentions. The viewer should consider Intention from an “energetic” perspective.
The painting should serve as a reminder that each of us has the ability to create our life the way we want it to be. It should enable to screen out experiences that are not in resonance with our desire, and not allow them into our life. The dark Prussian blue background is meant to prevent this.
The Love Line stands for the symbol of our Intention that Life should be filled with Love. Each of us is in a process to bringing discipline into our Intentions but this requires a shift in our consciousness. By viewing the painting in the morning, we can learn to observe our self – the words we speak – the things we do – to be certain that everything we express in our life is consistent with the Intentions that we are setting. As this process is worked day by day, eventually the painting becomes a “Part of us”!
The light geometry and its structures (Earth) symbolize our limited being in Life; its structures exhibit the substance aspect of Light energy. The crossing of the Love Line in its strongest red through the structure of Earth symbolizes our wanting our Life to be in alignment with the highest Good (God = 4 energies (the 4 squares in blue)). By viewing, we maintain a harmonious alignment between our human Intentions and the Purpose of our Essence-Self – and our Life correspondingly flows with ease.