Commission your own LightCatcher, a unique personalized artwork that invites deep contemplation and personal realization.

Many have said it: investing in yourself is the greatest investment you can make.

Investment is often associated with adding value by being more than, better than, improved upon.

What if investing in yourself was as simple as seeing your inner light reflected, recognizing the unique being that you already are, accepting and bringing into the light the truth of an unchanging core?

At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; a wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.

RACHEL NAOMI REMEN, MD

The purpose of a LightCatcher

A LightCatcher is a tool for stirring the divinity and igniting the creativity that resides within. It is a symbol to remind you of your wholeness. 

A LightCatcher offers long-term benefits through personalized engagement and deep connection. It holds significance for an individual by bridging the visible and invisible aspects of their unique experience. The power of a LightCatcher can be translated and felt as an immediate tangible effect under certain conditions.

As an object of personal symbolic import, a talisman invites integration, awareness, healing and illumination.

The benefits of a LightCatcher

Art always emerges from the intersection between the mysterious and the obvious. It is the bridge between the invisible and the tangible.

The visual artist primarily marries the dynamic forces of existence through color, light and form. The musician or performing artist marries the dynamic forces of existence through sound and movement. These categories are simply markers. Most Artists transcend the distinctions of style, or genre, and explore across and within the multiple dimensions of human experience.

The power of art to access multiple dimensions and speak in multiple languages is its healing capacity. Art always offers a bridge to restore equilibrium. All art is therapeutic and cathartic, for both the artist and the receiver. The capacity of some artworks to heal and illuminate is more intense than others. 

When artists give form to revelation, their art can advance, deepen and potentially transform the consciousness of their community.

Alex Grey

An artwork created under conditions of mindfulness, intuition, empathy and self-care is an artwork rich in restoration power for others. The artist that is healed by their art making, may offer this healing potential to others. 

When you commission a LightCatcher through Artful Contemplation, you are inviting the emergence of a highly personal tool of contemplation and illumination to emerge. 

How can I benefit from a LightCatcher?

The value of a LightCatcher is directly dependent on your investment in it. It has the power to energize, heal, protect, balance, calm and illuminate you with regular engagement.

In your daily busyness, your LightCatcher can become a restore point – an intimate sanctuary that offers integration and rejuvenation. The potential impact will exponentially increase as you practice deepening curiosity and contemplation. ⁠

Testimonials

I have been so lucky to have journeyed with my art talisman for a few months and it is difficult to describe how moved I have been by its presence.
Klara
Theatre-maker

In 2019, Klara was in the throes of completing her PhD in Clown Theatre when she commissioned her LightCatcher At the time, she was feeling the pressures of academic research and deadlines. 

“I have placed my LightCatcher in different spaces of our home, sometimes next to my bed as a world to fall into when I struggle to sleep, at other times next to my laptop as a place I can visit when my thoughts overwhelm me. But most often next to my meditation stool.

What has fascinated me most is that it has opened me up to whole galaxies that have drawn me in, spaces that feel completely different each time I go back. A treasure chest of new experiences that I am so grateful to have access to.”

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about commissioning your own LightCatcher. Leave a comment below, send us an email or subscribe to Artful Contemplation to receive further illuminating posts and resources. You can also request to join the Artful Contemplation group on Facebook.

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