Grace is not part of consciousness; it is the amount of light in our souls, not knowledge nor reason. ~Pope Francis

Abstract Art by Omaste Witkowski

Conscious Spirituality Abstract Chakra Art by Omaste Witkowski

Conscious Spirituality Abstract Chakra Art

In this art piece I have mixed the idea of the 3rd Chakra Manipura with the 7th Chakra or Sahasrara. To me this is mixing the energy of Spirituality and Pure Consciousness. Knowing what you believe in a clear and unique way. All of the colors of the rainbow are represented here and many ideas waiting to be interpreted.

“Spectrum of light

A development in Western practices dating back to the 1940s is to associate each one of the seven chakras to a given colour and a corresponding crystal. For example, the chakra in the forehead is associated with the colour purple, so to try and cure a headache a person might apply a purple stone to the forehead. This idea has proven highly popular and has been integrated by all but a few practitioners.

Mercier introduces the relation of colour energy to the science…

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Don’t Mess with this Peacock!

indahs: dive, travel & photography

Monthly Marine Life is back! I decided to publish this monthly article every 19th of the month and this post is the third edition 🙂  This time I am sharing a little bit information on Peacock Mantis Shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus). A beautiful marine crustacean that you don’t want to mess around with!

Peacock mantis shrimp is a native to the Indo-Pacific. I find this mantis shrimp is amazing creature and not only me who do think so! Murray Rosenbaum in his article The Amazing Mantis Shrimp explains why this shrimp is the greatest creature on this planet. Personally I can think of three reasons why I find the mantis shrimp is amazing.

Peacock Mantis ShrimpFirst, peacock mantis shrimp is very pretty to see in its habitat: ocean. It looks like an alien, isn’t it? I have seen it during my dive in Indonesia and the Philippines. It has striking colors…

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