Soulscapes by Vivechana
THE HEART OF ONENESS
It is your light that lights the worlds ~ Rumi

“Every person should adorn their home with exquisite art. The aesthetics & colours elevate our mood & being. We have introduced a beautiful collection of affordable art so that it can reach many people,” says Jalpa H Vithalani, Creative Head & Director, Cosmic Heart Gallery.

This new collection is titled THE HEART OF ONENESS by Artist Vivechana. This includes an array of geometric mandalas inspired by Moroccan, Turkish and Arabic art & architecture. Sufism is the ancient wisdom of the heart. The remembrance of our hearts as divine temples leads to transformation. Allowing the inner light of our heart to radiate; we realise the one heart that binds all souls.

The geometric designs used in this art embody and convey the harmony and structure of everything on earth through a pattern. The tessellation of the stars, flowing lines and arabesque without a beginning or an end, portrays a sense of infinity and becomes the means to express the principle of unity and cosmic harmony.

Jalpa H Vithalani, Creative Head, Cosmic Heart Gallery was in Dharamshala at a Peace Conference with Youth Leaders & delegates from fifty countries in May 2016 and presented the first artwork from this collection – ‘COMPASSIONATE HEART’ to His Holiness, who has blessed the gallery and its journey on art.

The Mandalas are available as Giclee archival prints. Each painting comes with its own unique title, concept note explaining the intent. Each print is custom made and custom sizes are available on request.This collection also includes art deco meditation mats, cushion cases and lamps. Display stands are tastefully designed for those who prefer not to hang them on a wall. These are beautiful pieces for homes, offices and also make delightful gifts for loved ones.
Every symbol hides a living power. ~ Sri Aurobindo
After long years in the corporate field as a visual designer and then Creative Director, Vivechana switched jobs to work with the Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry eight years ago.
"The work helped me go deeper into myself and the teachings of Mother and Sri Aurobindo and made me understand the many-layered inner existence one lives and how myriad energies affect one’s way of being." says the Artist.
Vivechana begun researching on Mandalas seven years ago on an inner impulse of delving into the world of beauty, form and symbols. The research was with no fixed goal other than her own learning. Much of the work is the result of a deep study of ancient sacred geometry principles, wisdom of ancient Indian spiritual texts and spiritual Masters. A few years ago, Vivechana felt the need to create artistically from the messages and learnings that were coming to her. In this realm of creativity and enthusiasm ‘Soulscapes’ was born.
"The intent behind the work is to create harmony – inner and outer and to manifest beauty. I do believe that the choices we make of what surrounds us, defines our life – both in the material and non-material realm," says Vivechana.
Mandalas help one stay “centred” within. The sacred geometry symbols and colours used are intended to create an atmosphere of joy, calm and harmony. The mandalas can also be used as a tool to aid meditation and concentration.
Mandalas symbolise oneness both in its latent symbolism as well as outward expression. Through cultures it has been seen that sacred circles have been created for prayer, healing and transformation. A study of the symbolism of sacred circles in worship, sacred architecture and rituals across diverse cultures like Indian, Celtic, Native American, Christian, Buddhist, Islamic and Aborginal brings to light that man’s spiritual search through the ages has been to discover and integrate with the centre within. The Mandala serves as the unifying element that shows us that all life is interconnected and a thread of oneness binds all beings.
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