Enigma - 80x80cm
"To confront a man with his own shadow is to show him his own light." - Carl Jung
Beautiful sea with reflection of lights and swirls, striking skyscapes, and blurry self reflection of the viewers.
The Psychologist Carl Jung introduced the concept of the “shadow self,” representing the unconscious part of ourselves that we deny or repress.
The viewer’s blurry self reflection symbolizes the enigmatic world of the subconscious mind that lie dormant within each individual.
Dreams serve as a bridge between the conscious and subconscious realms.
Ethereal sceneries in our dream such as beautiful sea and cloud formations may reflect our happy childhood memories, or it could be a reflection of our deepest fears that such awe–inspiring beauty of nature could also bare its fangs at times and turn around our lives with a hidden monstrous power.
The human subconscious mind is a complex and mysterious entity. And is home to our deepest emotions and memories and can manifest in various forms.
Embracing the depths of our subconscious minds empowers us. By confronting our shadows, we become aware of our own light, and we can ultimately turn our hidden enigma into a catalyst for positive bright transformation – like the reflected light on the ocean.