It’s all about me… me, me, me!
(Just kidding! It’s all about us!)
A professional written translator from English to Polish and an editor, but most of all, a self-taught visionary artist and color-and-form-alchemist. (Sounds a little pompous, but it’s just true… I seem to be able to sense vibrations of colors and forms, and intuitively grasp relationships between them.) As my art turned out to be oracular, I believe at this point I can responsibly describe myself as a kind of art oracle.
Though I’m a loner by natural inclination, I feel I’ve been walking the path of the solitary heart for faaar too loooong, not always by my conscious choice. Time to change it. Agent 44.4 is sending an invitation: “My True Allies, my Soul Tribe, come and find me! Do you read me?”
My Inner Artist, early on abandoned as a potential professional option, re-emerged unexpectedly due to spontaneous kundalini awakening. This sudden and very powerful series of shifts of consciousness triggered off a phenomenon known as “shamanic illness” and within a few weeks turned my whole world upside down. This was not a gentle invitation from Spirit to evolve. It felt much more like a brutal punch in the stomach. A wave of shattering events overtook my life. My loved ones, including friends and some of my family members, were nowhere to be found when I needed them the most. Physical inability to take on a regular job. No means of supporting myself. Living in a constant haste and in a do-do-do mode was no longer an option. Any time I tried to do things the old way, in a hurry, excruciating physical pain would reappear with a vengeance. It became crystal clear to me: if I want to stay alive (I did!), I need to change my way of doing life completely.
Roughly at the time I started practicing a profound Buddhist dharma called Prajña Akasagarbha (“wisdom hidden in the womb of space”). And I believe it was this dharma that opened in me the gift for visionary and archetypal art. Inspiration and visions come to me both when I’m awake and in dream states, always in synchronicity with planetary alignments. As I consider myself a harmonizer and reconciler, it’s my joy to match seemingly mismatched elements and give new life to things that seem damaged or for some other reason are considered useless. I abhor wasting. At some point I had nothing apart from a great abundance of deep traumas and soul scars, so I started using my misery to lift myself (and others) up through archetypal art. Doing my best with what I had… This passion for resurrecting and beautifying things, combined with my love and dedication to Spirit and Matter, Mother Earth and Father Sky, and to All-Things-Mystical, has organically led me to choosing the art collage technique and doing “recycled art”. Scissors, old magazines, and old wall calendars became my everyday companions. Over the last 8 years of my shamanic journey, I’ve created a system of encoded paper art collages for shadow work, pattern breaking and inner alchemy.
My evolving professional offer currently includes:
- my own energy-encoded art collage system for deep shadow work, reclaiming the fragmented self, pattern breaking, inner alchemy and deepening personal integrity (https://creativa.zone/collage-gallery/)
- translation services (English to Polish) (https://creativa.zone/english-translations/)
- astro-chart “criss-crossing” – I’m willing and able to connect your personal Gene Keys/Human Design reports with certain astrological symbols, such as Sabian Symbols (another great passion of mine!), or/and with Angels of the Zodiac. According to my personal experience, it’s very revealing and adds some extra layers of depth to your Gene Keys/Human Design explorations (https://creativa.zone/gene-keys/)
- art collage workshops and individual lessons (https://creativa.zone/art-collage-workshops/)
As for my spiritual background, I’ve been practicing Tibetan and Chinese Vajrayana Buddhism for most of my life, yet I also have Christian roots. I am part of global movements centered around the following living transmissions: The Gene Keys by Richard Rudd, The Sophia Code by Kaia Ra and All for Love by Matt Kahn. I am an ardent promoter and practitioner of shadow work. “No mud, no lotus.”
On a private note, I love dancing in the company of like-minded and like-hearted people to the music that moves both my body and my soul. In my pre-kundalini era, I used to organize craaazy fancy dress balls. I love to laugh! Here are some photos capturing the moments of our dance madness.