“Vedic Art does not teach you how to paint. Vedic Art is a method to help you to remember how to paint. And not only to remember how to paint and create art…
From the beginning, when we first hear of the 17 principles of Vedic Art, we tap into the nature of existence, the story of life: where we have come from and where we are going.
Vedic Art is a navigation map. Use the compass you have in your mind and find the way to the chamber of peace in your heart.
Then, when you dip your brush in the light, the space and the bliss, eternity will be pictured.”
“Both feet firmly on the ground and the paint brush in heaven”
Taking part in a Vedic Art course is a wonderful way for you to connect with your creativity, reduce stress and liberate the potential for new ideas. By working through the principles of Vedic Art you can:
– Feel more confident about yourself and your capabilities
– Return faith in yourself through the acceptance of who you are
– Liberate yourself from the blockages of ego and fears
– Experience something deeply therapeutic, even though Vedic Art it is not a therapy
– Go with a creative flow
– Have more fun!
Colour, form, space and rhythm make for an endless journey, but for me creating art is to share my vibration with the world.
There are no demands in this workshop; each person gets in touch with – and creates from – their own inner source.
“You are unique, and there is no one who can express, what you do except you!
Be embraced and inspired by Mother Nature! You don’t need any previous experience or artistic ability to benefit – the process of connecting with your creativity is stimulated by 17 spiritual principles that work on a deep subconscious level and let your inner artist come out to create art and your life!”
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the well known guru and teacher of meditation, received these teachings from his guru Swami Brahmananda Saraswati (Guru Dev). In the sixties Swedish artist Curt Kallman studied with Maharishi. Quietly, Maharishi tested Curt, and after seven years of testing, he decided to share with Curt the teachings of Vedic Art. For the next fourteen years Curt Kallman integrated these teachings into his art and life. Then in 1988 he started to share these teachings in Scandinavia. The Art School created by Curt Källman has been available for 15 years now and thousands of happy painters from Sweden and other countries have joined the courses.
After Curt’s passing in 2010, his son Johannes took over the Vedic Art school in Sweden and many of his students now spread this amazing method of awakening creativity around the world.