I just recently learnt, there are painter used Surrealist automatism, tapping the subconscious. For example: André Masson, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, Jean Arp, André Breton and Freddy Flores Knistoff.
I use this technique and combine as an experiment with praying. The result is more than surprising. The manifestation of my thoughts are becoming visible on the canvas or paper.
Three of my paints "Mary with the baby Jesus" "Christ" and "John the Baptist" was pained recently this way.
Just an additional info: I see double numbers, triple numbers, reverse numbers on daily basis on clocks and watches and while I'm reading during the TV is on, regularly experiencing, someone saying exactly the same word in the same time I just read. I also seeing and sometime taking pictures with my phone about clouds manifesting after a short prayer. Sounds crazy and unbelievable, but I have the evidences I'm not totally insane. I feel gifted, because I have faith. I believe in God as the Creature of the Universe or the Universe The Creator itself, breathing, hear everything, healing. We all have chances to experience the miracle, even without being religious though we have to be nice, patient, have to have a some faith, empathy, honesty, respect towards each other. Human dignity must be valued and respected, charity, alms and positive way of thinking with kindness is key elements to reach our goal.
Not the mind has to rule the heart, the mind must be ruled by the heart. The mind is only an antenna, a transmitter between the Universe and Ourselves. We are able to manifest good and bad things, but only can change our world to have a better place, if we all want the same.
We're all familiar with the Ten Commandments of biblical verse, a set of religious imperatives given by God to the people of Israel via Moses. But what if Ten Commandments of Quantum Theory?
I'm not a physics to prove God is exist. I am that I am אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה
(Jerusalem AD 70)
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Not manipulated, only color corrected and increased the contrast "
Surrealist automatism is a method of art-making in which the artist suppresses conscious control over the making process, allowing the unconscious mind to have great sway. Early 20th-century Dadaists, such as Hans Arp, made some use of this method through chance operations. Surrealist artists, most notably André Masson, adapted to art the automatic writing method of André Breton and Philippe Soupault who composed with it Les Champs Magnétiques (The Magnetic Fields) in 1919. The Automatic Message (1933) was one of Breton's significant theoretical works about automatism.
Automatic drawing and painting
Automatic drawing was pioneered by the English artist Austin Osman Spare who wrote a chapter, Automatic Drawing as a Means to Art, in his book, The Book of Pleasure (1913). Other artists who also practised automatic drawing were Hilma af Klint, André Masson, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, Jean Arp, André Breton and Freddy Flores Knistoff.
The technique of automatic drawing was transferred to painting (as seen in Miró's paintings which often started out as automatic drawings), and has been adapted to other media; there have even been automatic "drawings" in computer graphics. Pablo Picasso was also thought to have expressed a type of automatic drawing in his later work, and particularly in his etchings and lithographic suites of the 1960s.