Happy Chinese New Year of The Snake!

I’m being two steps behind lately on drawing and posting something in time for important dates. It’s to do with me just not feeling very creative, not caring, feeling melancholy, not knowing my place in the world that made me don’t want to draw anything. It was through me being present and a few words from my bro and ma that I got out of this rut now and was able to come up with this illustration four days into Chinese New Year to reign in The year of The Snake!

Earth Kundalini Energy Awakening, Year of the Snake, Concept art, Illustration painting

The Earth is awakening to the energies of a Kundalini experience as represented by the snake moving up the planet and rising to the top where great Chi or Chakra, is released! As a result of this power everyone on the planet is awakening to their potential.

The Earth is a powerful place and so is everyone on it potentially fucking awesome!!
The present moment is really all there is and we are all in control of our own destiny.
Only YOU can make yourself happy and the others around you happy.

You can do what you want so long as you don’t impose it on others. Make the choice now to create what you want in the long run and put your heart into everything you do making whatever IS right now your only priority.

Wish you a Happy Chinese New Year and a prosperous and abundant Year of The Snake!!

Bernard

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About Way of the Artchemist

Love of manga/anime, telling of stories in film and tv around sci-fi and fantasy, has influenced me to draw in the way that I do and, it's these interests that led me to the alternative media and made me question the nature of reality; exploring the ideas around consciousness, and the philosophies of life.
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One Response to Happy Chinese New Year of The Snake!

  1. Pingback: Indy-Chinese New Year’s: Early Chinese-Americans & The Holiday, Hooiser Style « Carl Anthony Online

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