Heart of God

Heart of God

This is a drawing I was inspired to create with ink pens. It is the basis of what I call the “Heart of God.” In it, you can see that there is a basic huge heart in the middle representing God or the Universe or the Highest Source Power – omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent. 

You can also see that all souls represented by the smaller hearts are connected to God. Some are within his immediate sphere and some of them are out but we are still connected. Some are small souls while other ones are bigger. There are various colours representing different levels of development or chakras. Some have some black in their hearts and some have none at all. 

The point is that we are all are connected to God. We are all one. God’s energy, light and love is pulsating towards us all the time as indicated by the background. Quantum physics and science is now showing that there is one energetic field and that we are all from the same source. 

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Biophotons

Biophotons

Can you see the original photograph? It is a picture I captured of flowers, plants and leaves. They are beautiful and incredibly gorgeously – alive in nature. I have created an effect so that if it is the life force oozing from the edges of the plants and flowers. 

Everything emanates with a light that is inherent in all beings and living things. In 1923, Alexander Gurwitsch, a Russian scientist, discovered what would be researched further by his daughter, Anna, and would come to be known as biophotons. 

The biophotons are created by all living organisms. According to the NewburyPortNews.com website, “The interesting thing about light is that in addition to behaving like a wave of energy, it can also behave like a physical particle, a kind of chunk of light, a quantum. It’s this basic unit of light that we call a photon. 

Biophotons are photons, bits of light, that are generated spontaneously by most living cells. Research suggests that biophotons are created in the DNA that resides in the mitochondria in your cells. They are created in the 98% of each DNA molecule that is not used for genetic coding of behavior. The genome project referred to this as junk-DNA because they had no idea about its use.” 

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Blue Domed Beehives

Mikawoz Blue Domed Beehives

Blue Domed Beehives

Usually beehives are made of wood but in this case, these beehives were made of a blue plastic shaped into a dome. I took this photograph near Stonewall in the Interlake area of Manitoba. I kept the blue colour to emphasize how unique and outstanding they are in the fields they pollinate.

According to Wikipedia, “Bees feed on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an energy source and the latter primarily for protein and other nutrients.”

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Wind Turbines

Mikawoz Wind Turbines

Wind Turbines

Thankfully we, as a society, are looking at alternative energy sources. Here is a photograph that I took of a line of very tall wind turbines. The skyline was very dramatic that day. This picture was taken in Alberta, home to the major oil producers in Canada who have alternative sources of energy too.

According to Wikipedia, “A wind turbine, or alternatively referred to as a wind energy converter, is a device that converts the wind’s kinetic energy into electrical energy. Wind turbines are manufactured in a wide range of vertical and horizontal axis.”

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Red Lantern

Mikawoz Red Lantern

Red Lantern – click image to see entire photograph

I like the composition of the photograph I took with the red lantern based the way it is. It is a memory of by-gone day when lanterns were the main source of light in homes.

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Solemn

Mikawoz Solemn

Solemn

This drawing started off as drawing of coloured pencils, blue pen and markers. I then took the basic shape or frame of it and enhanced it digitally. I found it to be a good experience because the essential flow of it stayed intact which I like very much.

I was feeling solemn when I drew this picture but where there is darkness, a ray of light peaks in and brings hope.

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Back and Forth

Mikawoz Back and Forth

Back And Forth

These flowers are both looking forwards and backwards at the same time. I find it unusual that they are not all facing the same direction as they would towards the sunshine but they were indoors so I guess that is why they are growing towards different light sources.

I do not know what type of flowers they are but they are pretty. Perhaps, someone could enlighten me?

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