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 Post subject: Hidden symbol in Wingmakers paintings Everywhere!Vol.2
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2014 5:37 am 
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In these examples, the infinite symbol I marked in Hakomi 4 painting is easy to see,others are hard to discover on PC screen

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 Post subject: Re: Hidden symbol in Wingmakers paintings Everywhere!Vol.2
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I am convinced, that even though my HI is limited by 5 (of 7) senses, that the Entity, that is exposed to the same painting (in this instance) is not limited - and does see everything - and more importantly Understands the message ... just like how we are affect by frequencies in the music that we can not hear - the particles that make up our being are all "dancing" to those frequencies (whether we are aware of it or not) and this is why "subliminal" messages are imbedded in advertising.

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 Post subject: Re: Hidden symbol in Wingmakers paintings Everywhere!Vol.2
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Thanks, I saw them too. I like Starduster's comment, it seems the wind blow through the unconscious mind and the walls break down.


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 Post subject: Re: Hidden symbol in Wingmakers paintings Everywhere!Vol.2
PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2014 5:42 am 
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Luminousthings wrote:
... it seems the wind blow through the unconscious mind and the walls break down.

and that is a beautiful way of saying it too Luminousthings...

And Thanks to yhg342 for always finding so many interesting things in the artwork... I really appreciate your contributions.

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