Magic World Cultual
Alhma is a contraction of Alhama, a word of Arabic origin that means thermal baths and that gives its name to the river that passes through my place of birth. It is also an extension of the word soul mediated by a silent and aspirated letter.
This section collects all those projects within alhma.com that are related to the magical cult world, either on a personal level or on hybridizations with other authors and artists. My alias alhma arises in itself a relationship with the world of immaterial forces, but my vision is pure eclecticism, my interest is prismatized by transpersonal psychology in that it defends that in all religions there are comparable spiritual states, whatever the beliefs may be. that the practicing mystics defend. I am also interested in the advances of spiritual neuroscience with its central question: is God an illusion created by brain chemistry or is brain chemistry the necessary means for people to reach God ?.
In any case, I personally feel a special attraction for the yogic systems that are associated with the Aquarian age and the development of happiness and health in that they maintain an ecocentric and holistic vision of the human being. From the knowledge of yogi practice and humanology it is easier to understand other spiritual practices of any religion or belief and their systems of artistic representation. Yoga is a millennial system that has much to contribute to our materialistic world.
Beyond theoretical and personal considerations, I focus on small experiences of ephemeral art of an abstract nature and with archaic influences. They evoke energies associated with the symbolism of femininity in the series Identity. the magic of names. On the other hand I associate a Balinese sculpture praying to a digital landscape with a certain mantric character and I introduce some historical considerations of antiquity in my blog. The Christian world is represented by a report from the Renaissance church of Santa Ana in La Rioja.
Identity. The Magic of Names
Artistic, ephemeral artistic abstractions with ritual influences and primitive art.