Dear “Doors 5” animation artists,
you have done a great art, even in my eyes, which have only just been awakened for the first cautious steps on the 2D animation floor, but are still a little untrained. A grandiose creative fireworks, designed by so many different people together, colorful and brilliant!
And yet, after about twenty minutes I stopped looking.
I was definitely not bored! But I don’t watch continuous scenes of violence on any screen anymore. It pollutes my subconscious (I call it moon consciousness), my dreams, and all the unconscious thoughts and feelings would then be infiltrated with violence just as I felt it earlier.
It’s not good to walk around with such a filthy subconscious. It has a destructive effect inside us, not a healing one. You can only really feel this when you have not seen any violence for a few months. Before, I also once thought, without a little bit of suspense, wouldn’t it be boring…?
I don’t think that’s boring.
When a stick figure walks from the left door to the right door and in between no form of violence, aggression, oppression or similar underdeveloped behavior would be shown… No stealing, no swearing, no bad thoughts.
A film that does not close us further inside, but that opens our hearts.
How about these topics: joy, love, empathy, connectedness, safety, well-being, courage, self-worth, being, independence, freedom, truth, honesty, communication, creativity, wisdom, imagination, intuition, soul plan and unity consciousness…?
Aren’t these tricky enough topics to make the production of your own contribution for “Doors 6” a real challenge for your own creativity?
Then, creativity also flows into the direction where it is most needed in our times: into our visions. Perhaps we can even imagine that we could all treat each other very differently if we weren’t constantly exposed to so much violence from our screens and media.
A LOVING “Doors 6”
… could become a truly high art creation. An art with a message. From the people who made it, for the people who look at it. And who might be touched by what they see.
If my suggestion is accepted, I would like to try to be fit enough myself by then to be able to participate with my own contribution. It would be an honor for me then.
Let’s show the audience a loving, lively and heartwarming fireworks display. A film that feels really good to watch. We are not great apes fighting each other for food. We are highly conscious living beings who have a heart and can feel.
Then our best art should look like that too, shouldn’t it?