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ACRYLIC  PAINTING,  ELABORATED  WITH  VARIETY  OF  MATERIALS  |  W: 100 cm  x  H: 150 cm  |  W: 39.4 in  x  H: 59.1 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in  
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MIXED  MEDIA  PAINTING  |  W: 250 cm  x  H: 100 cm  |  W: 98.4 in  x  H: 39.4 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in  
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MIXED  MEDIA  PAINTING  |  W: 116 cm  x  H: 186 cm  |  W: 45.7 in  x  H: 73.2 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in 
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I V E   R E B I R T H
MIXED  MEDIA  PAINTING  |  W: 197 cm  x  H: 138 cm  |  W: 77.6 in  x  H: 54.3 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in 
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PHOTOGRAPHY  OF  LIVING  ART  BY  HENRIK  RAKOVSKY  |  ART  DIRECTION,  MAKE - UP,  POST - PRODUCTION &  MODEL - IVE  SUNVEHDON

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ACRYLIC  MANDALA  PAINTING,  ELABORATED WITH VARIETY OF MATERIALS  |  W: 100 cm  x  H: 80 cm  |  W: 39.4 in  x  H: 31.5 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in 

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SPECIAL  FOR  KARL

R ê v e r i e

ACRYLIC  LOGO  PAINTING,  ELABORATED  WITH  VARIETY  OF  MATERIALS  |  W: 150 cm  x  H: 100 cm  |  W: 59.1 in  x  H:39.4 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in 

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 ACRYLIC  LOGO  PAINTING,  ELABORATED  WITH  VARIETY  OF  MATERIALS  |  W: 80 cm  x  H: 80 cm  |  W: 31.5 in  x  H: 31.5 in  |  GALLERY  WRAP - 3.5 cm  |  1.4 in 

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ACRYLIC  LOGO  PAINTING,  ELABORATED  WITH  GLITTER  &  RHINESTONES  |  W: 50 cm  x  H: 40 cm  |  W: 19.7 in  x  H: 15.7 in 

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B U D D H A   E Y E S 

ACRYLIC  PAINTING,  ELABORATED  WITH  GLITTER  &  RHINESTONES  |  W: 50 cm  x  H: 40 cm  |  W: 19.7 in  x  H: 15.7 in 

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C I R C L E   O F   B E A U T I F U L   P E O P L E   I N T E R N A T I O N A L 

ACRYLIC  LOGO  PAINTING,  ELABORATED  WITH  GLITTER  &  RHINESTONES  |  W: 40 cm  x  H: 50 cm  |  W: 15.7 in  x  H: 19.7 in

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C O M P A S S I O N 

CALLIGRAPHY  PAINTING ON  MATERIAL ,  ELABORATED  WITH  GLITTER,  RHINESTONES  &  OTHER  MATERIALS  |  W: 40 cm  x  H: 50 cm  |  W: 15.7 in  x  H: 19.7 in 

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OM  MANI  PADME  HUM

Mantra of Compassion

CALLIGRAPHY  PAINTING  ON  CANVAS,  SACREDLY  CONCEALED  UNDER  THE  GLITTER  ORNAMENTS  |  W: 100 cm  x  H: 40 cm  |  W: 39.4 in  x  H: 19.7 in 

HUNG

The Heart Essence Syllable

CALLIGRAPHY  PAINTING  ON  CANVAS,  ELABORATED  WITH  GLITTER  |  W: 50 cm  x  H: 70 cm  |  W: 19.7 in  x  H: 27.6 in 

T R A N S I T I O N

A Journey From The Outer World Of Fashion Into The Inner World Of Sacred Art

The Discovery Of True Self - ONE WITH ALL

Photography Of Living Art by Richard Rozo  |  Art Direction, Background Art, Make-up, Design and Creation of Styling & Model - Ive Sunvehdon

THE SACRED EXPRESSION OF SUFFERING AND WISDOM

There are two practices, rushen art and tögel art, that are based on the traditional Tibetan methods for clearing emotional blocks and connecting with the pure and open state of being. In rushen art, we express repressed emotions or other blockages from the inner refuge, the place of stillness, silence, and spaciousness. The inner refuge is the safe space that supports us in connecting with inner confusion or chaos and then releasing it through some form of expression. As we release the blockages, a fresh space opens up. Tögel art then allows us to express the positive qualities that spontaneously arise from the fresh space that opened up through rushen art.

 

Rushen comes from the Tibetan phrase kor de rushen. 'Kor' means samsara, the grasping mind or ego, the impure self; 'de' means nirvana, the enlightened state, the pure self; 'rushen' means separating, distinguishing, clarifying. Kor de rushen refers specifically to separating samsara, the impure self, from nirvana, the open state of being that is our natural mind. Rushen practice involves exercises to clear the impure self and connect with the pure self. The practice of tögel, which literally means leaping over or crossing, involves expressing the spontaneity and liveliness of the pure self. For most of us samsara and nirvana are not separate, not clearly distinguished from each other but intertwined. We are all fundamentally enlightened at the core, but at the same time the ego, the grasping mind, is ever present. Whenever the ego is involved, the mind becomes closed, agitated, or dull, preventing us from seeing our inner sacred qualities. When we are open, we have more access to our sacred being.

 

Rushen art clears the impure self and gives us a glimpse of the pure self. Tögel art then allows us to fully express our true nature. Rushen art and tögel art are considered sacred arts because they bring us closer to our essential nature. With these practices, we are working very deep within, uncovering what is untouched or denied. In rushen art, we allow ourselves to open to whatever is hidden and connect with feelings that have been suppressed, unexpressed, unconscious, limited, or blocked. Supported by the inner refuge, we permit ourselves to see these emotions clearly and express them skillfully. When the blockages are released, the positive qualities beneath them are revealed. Expressing those positive qualities is the practice of tögel art.

Excerpt from the book - SPONTANEOUS CREATIVITY: MEDITATIONS FOR MANIFESTING YOUR POSITIVE QUALITIES by TENZIN WANGYAL RINPOCHE

MY  EARLIER  WORK  AS  FASHION  MODEL  BEFORE  THE  T R A N S I T I O N

Like one of my Tibetan Lama friend said: "It is not only a change.. It is a big, BIG change!!" Well.. I am very grateful to the Universe :)

The Truth Is.. I am very grateful for all the experiences I've had and keep on having in this lifetime. No matter good or bad because at the end All Is Good.. as All Is Sacred opportunity for ever going grow and expansion. 

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