MY VEDIC ART MASTER
My most important teachers are Curt Källman and his master.
When I first met Curt as a 15 year old girl, I was instantly devoted. I went up to him and said I was convinced he had some knowledge I wanted. He looked sharply at me. Because, at that time he was under top secret tutorial of his Indian master Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. You see him in the picture below.
“The most important in this master-student-relationship is love”, I told my master Curt Källman. The most important to him, seemed to be my well-being and happiness. Knowledge is best transmitted in a warm atmosphere, while certain dimensions can only be learned in deep devotion.
He always wanted to know what I ‘saw’, or, what invisible information I could sense. We often dwelled on our common understanding about life after death. Now that my beloved master also is living his life after death, it is heart-warming that we are still together when we want to!
Jai Guru Dev.
Vedic Art stems from a very old tradition where the art of painting is a means to realize the unfathomable in wisdom, morality, peace, bliss and other heavenly tributes here on Earth. The teaching was closely tied to material and concrete tecniques. My teacher requested a whole lot of specific attempts from my side. I will here demonstrate one of them. He told me to paint self-portraits. So I did. He told me to paint the whole thing with the kind of brush you would use to paint your house. He asked for the biggest I could find. I came up with one measuring 12,5 cm broad and 3.5 cm thick. With this I was supposed to paint even the very minute details of the portrait, eyelashes and so forth. So I did. Here is a painting with the total image size 15x20 cm made with this big brush.