How To Open Doors You Never Knew Existed (Part 1)

Why do you think renaissance scholars readily appreciated the intrinsic beauty of astronomical revelation? Do you know why they accordingly disciplined their talents to render well chosen coded info of their time, as well as a graceful, often musical arrangements of cryptic texts, which has stirred the hearts of knowledge seekers through the centuries? The answers to these questions are much simpler to permeate the individual’s conscious awareness only when you get the message being communicated through 7 cues listed here so the ready reader is able to stay grounded, having understood the fundamental principles shaping open source energy, is then capable of adapting to changes necessary to ascend.

From the dawn of human history our race has sought spiritual meanings to the signs and symbols we see around us. From ancient and classical masterpieces to contemporary, cutting-edge work of art, design, especially of landmark architecture have defined our relational approach to constructions, that over the centuries have mostly engaged our minds, inspired our imagination and raised our spirit.

Architecture is universal and planetary art, and our relationship with it is both public and private. For everyone who has ever wished for greater insight into the art of gateway entrance, how to open doors you never knew existed provides quick-flash opportunity so you get the huge variety of hidden meaning to architectural designs, its original purpose and its impact on the built environment worldwide.

In this electronic age of Blockchain technology, it’s comforting to know that more and more people are discovering the joys of creating their own works of art. For everything these days all you hear is, ‘There’s an app for that.’ In fact, the entire internet landscape is functioning as a graceful art and crafts of data architecture to new interconnected world. A lot of people are perplexed not knowing what the art of gateway entrance in architecture means. This blog post aims to take the mystique out of art by setting out everything you need to know about any landmark architecture in a clear, easy-to-understand fashion. From functional base, floor compartment, cellular structure, walls, windows, corridors, gateways to arches, ceilings, columns, decorations, and temple, whatever MEDIUM(S) you use as an artist – SOUND, SHAPE, COLOUR, SIZE, NUMBERS is all wrapped in same fundamental principles you need to master – find something where nothing seems to exist then translate it to measurable perspective and composition.

1. Sound

Sound emanates from many different sources at various wavelength. Understanding tone simply means relative intensity in the lightness or darkness of a sound. Being able to judge tones correctly is essential, as it enables distinction in sound and their light and shade connotation, which is one of the things that help you make informed decisions. Even though it can be difficult to work out which tones are light and which are dark, tones that are close in intensity can sound to be same tone. When you harmonise to specific sound, let the tone be your guide in order to establish patterns of pitch. Once desired goals have been achieved, embrace waves of impact made from the harmony, having identified which tone opened doors. Co-creation through tonal waves accompanied by creative fluidity is the beginning of evolutionary concepts tapped into by Leonardo Da Vinci when he made a stroke of luck insight into the ideal proportions of man.

He who has ears, let him hear what his star is saying to him.

2. Shape

If putting square pegs in round holes is roughians delight, putting round pegs in round holes is the way of beauty and proportionality. Sometimes it’s hard to see shapes clearly – especially when you are dealing with intricately shaped outlines such as leaves – this is partly to do with the way the different hemispheres of our brain work. Even though spherical, triangular, cylindrical, cubic, and star-like designs most of which are seen in 3- dimensions can be looked at from one point perspective or Two-and-multiple-point perspective, for both types of perspective, the principles are exactly the same as they both have perspective lines and vanishing point. If you are in love with the shape of someone or something, you should find it easier to take action. Saying that, every head is different.

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3. Size

This is not to be confused with shape even though they are similar in many ways. Size is a predetermined framework while shape can take many forms shrinking or expanding ad infinitum. Let’s take a landscape painting: ‘The sky is blue and the land is green’ for example. Blue skies and cloud represent shape while the green land represent size. The sky is the source of light and weather, which together determine the whole mood on ground- sunrise, storm cloud at sunset – because both evoke feelings. If someone is looking at a landscape from an aerial perspective, it helps to make clear the spatial relationship in a scene equipping sound decision from a vantage point. You may find it easy to size up a piece of land with any measuring tool and if you did consider size first from an aerial perspective before you device tools to enter a cloud framework, ensure your tool isn’t out of sync with original intent of cloud. Best arm yourself from the cloud so you make smart decisions prevent work overload OK? Cut your coat according to size. If they say crop rainbow slim, better shine your eyes very well prior get in.

4. Colour

Light refracted through a triangular prism is separated into component colours, a natural occurrence observed as rainbow. Even though we tend to group colours by approximation, harmonious colour schemes, and complimentary contrast can sometimes seem a little monotonous. Why don’t you liven things up by introducing a complimentary accent? Just a touch of a complimentary accent colour – a splash ♦♦ of white rose in a predominantly green landscape for example – is enough to completely lift the scenery.

To gain better insight of splash, let’s take a closer look at watercolour art. Did you know watercolour is renowned for its luminosity and translucency, but requires careful planning and handling? Simple washes and using masks to preserve the white of the paper to textural techniques that give real impact is a skill observed only by those who know true watercolour uses no white paint. If you want white in your painting, you have to use the white of the paper. If you are keen to lift light over dark, using Chinese white gouache renders the presentation bright white. Although we can’t know all about the entire matrix of colour energy, all colours have their own range of attributes.

Further reading: Metaphysical Concepts in Color: Enhancing Your Life Thru Color and Aura


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Here’s for productive 2018 wishing you best possible decisions. Thanks for reading and sharing 7 cues that work like arrows pointing you in the right direction starting 2018 Part 1. What 3 cues do you think will be listed in Part 2? Let us know in the comments section

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