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Abstract unfoldings of the curled self. Within these flames of gold are gentle remedies for physical, mental and spiritual tiredness and inertia.The internal flame that motivates us is called Tapas in yoga philosophy. Tapas is a Sanskrit word that literally means “fire; to burn”. It is the inner motivation, discipline and determination that fires up our goals and dreams. The universe expresses itself as spontaneous creative energy. Yoga gets the energy body moving, and the energy body is the source of creativity.

Triptych comprising three works: #1 Anahata Nada; #6 “Simhasana – The Lions Roar”: #7 “Bodhi – Awakening” (from a larger collection of eight works)

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Tapas – Riding the Heat

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Triptych comprising three works

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Abstract unfoldings of the curled self. Within these flames of gold are gentle remedies for physical, mental and spiritual tiredness and inertia.The internal flame that motivates us is called Tapas in yoga philosophy. Tapas is a Sanskrit word that literally means “fire; to burn”. It is the inner motivation, discipline and determination that fires up our goals and dreams. The universe expresses itself as spontaneous creative energy. Yoga gets the energy body moving, and the energy body is the source of creativity.

Triptych comprising three works: #1 Anahata Nada; #6 “Simhasana – The Lions Roar”: #7 “Bodhi – Awakening” (from a larger collection of eight works)

Shipped in a tube

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