The method of artist Daniel Kathalynas begins in a silent-mind meditation then he allows the first higher thought that enters his mind to forge the direction of the artwork.
He calls this process First Thought Creation. Kathalynas has no expected outcome of the work. Essentially, he is just the listener. He looks to observe Synchronicity from the largest events
to the tiniest detail which informs his art making.
A word about Synchronicity:
Prior to World War l, Carl Jung and Albert Einstein sat down for meals together and discussed their work and new findings. Most people have heard of Einstein’s work around that time which was his first theory of relativity. Birthing from these conversations with Einstein, Jung began to ponder a possible relativity of time and space with psychic conditionality. He was intrigued with events that juxtaposed scientific rationality and eventually created the term “Synchronicity” to describe a meaningful coincidence. If you have ever experienced an event that you thought had a meaning or reason other than cause and effect, you Experienced Synchronicity.