Drawing the Light from within Revised: Keys to Awaken Your Creative Power

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This book is meant for anyone wishing to develop inspired creativity and more self-esteem and optimism in a rapidly changing world. In this breakthrough book, visionary artist and best-selling author Judith Cornell reveals eleven, easy-to-learn keys to help you unlock you creative potential. All the great geniuses of the world have at least one thing in common - the ability to visualize powerful images. Einstein came up with great theories through images of physical light. Brahms visualized the inner light before...
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Overview

This book is meant for anyone wishing to develop inspired creativity and more self-esteem and optimism in a rapidly changing world. In this breakthrough book, visionary artist and best-selling author Judith Cornell reveals eleven, easy-to-learn keys to help you unlock you creative potential. All the great geniuses of the world have at least one thing in common - the ability to visualize powerful images. Einstein came up with great theories through images of physical light. Brahms visualized the inner light before he composed. Great business leaders always report they began their enterprises with a vision. Drawing the Light from Within contains proven techniques that will help awaken your own inner vision.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780835607568
  • Publisher: Theosophical Publishing House
  • Publication date: 9/28/1997
  • Edition description: 1ST QUEST
  • Pages: 212
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 10.82 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface to 1997 Edition
Foreword
Introduction: Before You Begin this Book
Ch. 1 Painting with Light 3
Pt. 1 The Gray Scale as a Scale of Light 20
Pt. 2 White and Black as Light and Energy 30
Ch. 2 The Joy of Luminescent Color 45
Pt. 1 Learning about Color 49
Pt. 2 Tints, Tones, and Shades as Scales of Light and Energy 61
Pt. 3 Applying the Fundamentals of Color Harmony to Paint 68
Ch. 3 Creative and Intuitive Drawing 79
Pt. 1 Learning to Draw 88
Pt. 2 Creating Light and Form from a Line Drawing 98
Ch. 4 Drawing Illusions of the Physical World 115
Pt. 1 Drawing Illusionary Light, Shadows and Perspective 120
Pt. 2 Drawing Visible Light and Shadows 130
Ch. 5 Vision of a Peaceful Planet 145
Pt. 1 Learning to Blend Colored Pencils 154
Pt. 2 An Inner Journey to Meet Your Spiritual Friends 164
Ch. 6 Journey to the Hall of Wisdom 175
Ch. 7 Birthing a New Renaissance 195
Afterword: Creating Inspired Works Using the Computer 199
App.: Suggested Resources 211
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