It is named Wolf Call not due to the sound a wolf makes but rather signifies the wolf calling us back to our instinctual side, helping us rediscover and trust that deeply phychic connection we have through nature.
This painting style, known as "Energism" uses colorful swirls to show how all life is connected through an invisible flow of spiritual energy. Julia Watkins is considered to be the founder of the Energism Art Movement. Her work can be found in the collections of Deepak Chopra, Carnegie Mellon and Children's Hospital.
This print is hand signed by the artist. 11 x 14 "museum quality" giclee print in a 16 x 20 white mat. Under glass, it will retain its colors and remain vibrant for over 100 years.
For more information on Julia Watkins, visit the Platris Fine Art
website at http://www.platris.com or visit the facebook page Energy Artist Julia.
Wolf Call helps you focus the higher energy violet and indigo chakra colors
but at the same grounds you in red and yellow, effectively tying divine
spirit and intuition to the earthly plane. All the chakra colors balance through
two swirling energy vortexes within the wolf and emanate through his voice
as he howls to the moon, the stars and the aurora borealis.
This piece was designed to help you connect to the universal flow of
positive energy represented by its swirls, thereby promoting both higher consciousness and healing. Within each piece is hidden reiki symbology to assist the
reiki practictioner in the healing process.
The wolf is a pathfinder, guide and teacher capable of using complex nonverbal communication. For we humans, the wolf also represents the archetypal force of psychic insight. These pyschic attributes are further reinforced within the image by background trees that seem to take on the shapes of ravens. When a raven appears with
a wolf the guidance is in the realm of the unseen and sometimes magic.
How To Use It
Over time you will experience a growing connection to all it represents. Many find they “dream the running wolf dream” which is really a form of astral projection. Others say it emits distinct energy they can feel. While it is not necessary to focus or meditate on the image, many find the result greatly enhanced by this.
Wolf Call - The Poem
The following was written by poet Spencer Kluesner and was inspired
by the painting "Wolf Call", Reprinted here with permission.
A primal sound
Awaking our deepest instincts
And scenes from a not so distant time
When we ran wild hunting in packs
And our split from this complete abandon
To become civilized humans
Now… pulling closer to the fire
to Stare over our shoulders into the dark,
into the unknown that is still somehow familiar
into the feeling there is something more,
if only we could travel beyond our 5 senses
if only we could join with it once again
and release ourselves into its great mystery
But most pull back
At the point when they feel
They are losing themselves to it.
Turning back to the fire
To talk of trivial human things
Do not be afraid
Let your mind float out into it’s deep magnetic pull
Absorb it’s energy
Loose yourself and find yourself again