The Conjuring of varying entities and those worlds, which they occupy, many an Artist to know. The practice of Conjuration is engaged in whenever the Artist is confronted by a blank canvas onto which is Conjured a form. This requires an emotional connection with what is to be Conjured; for it is the emotional charge of the Artist, which animates what is being visualised.
The visualisation phase of an egg stage is when the thought processes automatically kick in; this generates a myriad number of symbolic associations, which cracks open the egg of an idea to take flight.
These symbolic associations are determined by what is being visualised. The visualistion will be of differing intensities depending upon the emotional charge of the Artist.
Most often than not, the visualisation will be more of an impression than a fully fleshed out form; at other times, it will be quite vivid, though…
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