“Revelations” –|– Anthony Satori
“I want to work in revelations. I want to fish as deep down as possible into my own subconscious in the belief that once that far down, everyone will understand, because that far down everyone is the same.”
— Jack Kerouac
We, as human beings, have far more in common with each other than we have differences between us. And when an artist works in “revelations,” their creative expressions can become beautiful and powerful conduits for the universal elements of human existence. Experiencing art of this nature becomes no longer about “thinking.” In contrast, such revelatory art is meant to circumnavigate the rational, linear brain altogether, giving rise instead to vibrations — much like mysticism, meditation, or prayer — which resonate directly with one’s mind, spirit, and soul, and which bring with them the promise of an unparalleled purity of experience and comprehension. If the human race is to seek any best hope for the future, it will come from us finding and exploring these universal truths and values, and from cultivating the connections and bonds that arise from them.