Silent threads converse, 
Crimson whispers, lavender breaths, 
Fullness in hush lies.
Mystic Chords and Sacred Spaces - Complete Edition by Steve Roach
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Whispering Threads

"Whispering Threads" weaves a tale of interconnection, where each filament vibrates with the subtle breath of the cosmos, reminiscent of Hexagram 14, Ta Yu (大有), "Possession in Great Measure." The artwork, with its interlacing arcs of crimson against the hush of lavender, speaks to abundance not in material form, but in the boundless realm of being. This visual harmony mirrors the teachings of the Tao, where greatness lies in the confluence of simplicity and fullness.

Within the gentle embrace of these threads, the observer is invited to consider the abundance that resides in the interstices of existence. Here, the crimson arcs symbolise the pulsing arteries of life, carrying the essence of vitality through the vastness of a serene lavender expanse. It is a portrayal of life's rich symphony, where the threads whisper not of scarcity, but of immeasurable wealth within the stillness. The artwork beckons the soul to recognise the opulence in quietude, the melody in silence, the wealth in the warp and weft of life's ceaseless weaving.

This visual meditation inspires contemplation of the unseen fullness in every empty space, the profound echoes in every hushed word, and the resounding presence in every absence. "Whispering Threads" is thus a contemplative journey towards understanding that true possession lies in appreciating the boundless within and around us, a recognition that what we seek is already woven into the fabric of our very existence.


"Whispering Threads" is part of Collection I: Intro of the Virtualkee Project. The collection contains 12 artworks and meditations inspired by the wisdom of the I Ching (The Book of Changes). You are invited to stop and meditate along with any of the pieces.

The artwork is available as a digital download as part of “Virtualkee Collection I: Intro”, and as a premium archival paper print “Whispering Threads Art Print”.

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