All around us, in every moment, life is creating art. There is a hidden majesty that we only glimpse. Slow-motion photography reveals what is always there, but happening at a speed faster than we can perceive.

Water Sculpture from Shinichi Maruyama on Vimeo.

Art work by Shinichi Maruyama
Composited by Tetsushi Wakasugi

Spanda in the Monier-Willliams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
About Lorin Roche and Pranava Meditation

spand - to quiver , throb , twitch , tremble , vibrate , quake , palpitate , throb with life , quicken (as a child in the womb), to kick (as an animal), to make any quick movement , move , be active, to flash into life , come suddenly to life, to cause to quiver or shake

A Water Drop in Slow Motion

Slow Motion Water Drop from Antonia Corke on Vimeo.

Facial Expressions in Slow Motion – In this piece artist Bill Viola explores the cathartic power within grief, personal suffering, and bereavement

"The Quintet of the Astonished" by Bill Viola (excerpt) from Urban Video Project on Vimeo.

Another Water Drop in Slow Motion

Single water drop in slow motion from Elyarch on Vimeo.

Surfing Slow Motion

Slow Motion Barrel from Aaron E on Vimeo.

Underwater Moments

The Underwater Project from Mark Tipple on Vimeo.


SUBmersion from Paul Terry on Vimeo.

Sound Moving Matter – This reminds me of the feeling of going deep with a mantra –

Speaker Dish - Nigel Stanford Cymatics from Nigel Stanford on Vimeo.

Meditation is to a great extent a cleansing and sorting process, "cleansing the doors of perception" to use Blake's term. When we become clear enough to see what is really going on, sometimes we get glimpses of this perceptual majesty.