Cultivation phases of the Basal Ganglia and Paleomammalian Soul. Unframed original oil, collage 9inx12in on cold press paper. shipping is included in the price. Original art, not a print. Shipping in the United States only.
Cultivation phases of the Basal Ganglia and Paleomammalian Soul
The idea of a soul is an intangible thing, sometimes described in eastern philosophy as no thing. In spite of the fact that we don’t really know what we are, we do have forensic evidence proving our earliest relatives were nonhuman. The Cultivation phases of the Basal Ganglia and Paleomammalian Soul explores and dramatizes aspects of earlier origins of cognition and perception. The Basal Ganglia is a vital component in the brain’s developmental experience of cognition, dexterity, instinctual learning, eye movements relating to targets in dreams and conscious life. Among the mentioned mental combinations they all coordinated together producing imagined thoughts that could direct an environment by thought. At least with less odds against them than before. Basic but useful ideas that still play an important role of our modern life. Examples like managing fire, creating rope, employing the concept of improving sharp edges from a dull object and last but not least, mortuary rites. It’s the last detail that strongly suggests an intangible realm encountering and organizing a material world to return to the intangible thing.