Hermeticism and Kabbala – Higher Aspects of Art
Hermeticism and Kabbala are ancient teachings of wisdom with a great amount of symbolism. Spiritual art is able to use this concepts and to uplift the recipient to higher dimensions of the reality.
The deliberate reduction to the essential or the absolute is commonly regarded as the major challenge in conceptual presentation. Color, form and scripture are key means for this purpose.
Black illustrates the absence of visible light, while white depicts the reflection of light. Their gradations can be experienced as gray. Black, white and gray are achromatic. Black and white denote the primal polarity. Gray can be interpreted as a conciliatory link between these two absolute opposites. Furthermore, gray has, by the by, its origins in blending bright complementary colors (such as red-green, blue-orange, yellow-violet). It can be assumed, that gray epitomizes the union of duality by the Holy Trinity and, thus, symbolizes relative harmony. In comparison, white is an allegory of the highest intangible and black of the deepest tangible matter. Geometry is a subdomain of mathematics. Geometrical forms can assist you with fathoming the systematic order and, thus, the harmony in the creation.
Scripture can be rated as the sublime gift of grace to mankind. It entails the potential to reveal a higher spiritual level for receptive human beings – as the legacy of the sacred characters of biblical allegories shows.