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By: Milan Nenezić
Catarsis, 2012, oil on canvas, 140 x 100 cm, Private collection, Belgrade, Serbia

Dreams & Visions are paintings that are dealing with symbols and personifications of emotions through different states of consciousness (dreams, halucinations, visions, reiki, meditation etc.). They appear as a reflection of an inner and outer experience of self, as a part of existence in the field of life frequencies.

i-love-art:

Catarsis, 2012, oil on canvas, 140 x 100 cm, Private collection, Belgrade, Serbia
Dreams & Visions are paintings that are dealing with symbols and personifications of emotions through different states of consciousness (dreams, halucinations, visions, reiki, meditation etc.). They appear as a reflection of an inner and outer experience of self, as a part of existence in the field of life frequencies.

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“Each time I’d harm someone, each time I’d kill someone. There’d be an enormous amount of, especially at first, an enormous amount of horror, guilt, remorse, afterwards. But then, that impulse to do it again would come back even stronger. Now, believe me, I didn’t…the unique thing about how this worked, Dr.Dobson, is that I still felt, in my regular life, the full range of guilt and remorse about other things. But I had this compartmentalized, very well focused, uh, very sharply focused were it was like a black hole, it was like a crack, and everything that fell into that crack just disappeared.” 
- Ted Bundy in his final interview, January 23, 1989.

mentalapple:

Each time I’d harm someone, each time I’d kill someone. There’d be an enormous amount of, especially at first, an enormous amount of horror, guilt, remorse, afterwards. But then, that impulse to do it again would come back even stronger. Now, believe me, I didn’t…the unique thing about how this worked, Dr.Dobson, is that I still felt, in my regular life, the full range of guilt and remorse about other things. But I had this compartmentalized, very well focused, uh, very sharply focused were it was like a black hole, it was like a crack, and everything that fell into that crack just disappeared.” 

Ted Bundy in his final interview, January 23, 1989.

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