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Pierre Wittmann - Switzerland

Pierre Wittmann is a Swiss painter and architect who explores the implications of art, healing and spirituality. He creates healing paintings and extra-sensory light structures. For the past twenty years he has cultivated truth, wisdom and happiness, and his journeys have guided him to numerous spiritual masters in the Orient and in the West.

He teaches Reiki and meditation, practices therapy and Angelic Healing, and contributes to spreading the light of a new era of peace, love and harmony on the planet. Writer when the mood is on him, he is the author of A Guide to Happiness for the Third Millennium.

He shares his time between Thailand and France.

To know more about Pierre Wittmann, please visit his bilingual website

Healing Paintings and Extra-Sensory Art

Extra-Sensory Art, The Implications of Art, Healing and Spirituality
Art acts directly on our perception and our energy. It generates in us beneficial emotions, producing healing and spiritual opening, which are two aspects of the same purification process.

Art is a human creation, as opposed to nature which is a non-human or divine creation. Contemplation of either art or nature can both lead to healing and spirituality.

The reality in which we live contains all natural as well
as human-created phenomena. Reality is divided into three spheres, or three worlds, that are three different levels of perception.

1. The world of form, or world of desire, is the material world we perceive with our senses.

2. The world of subtle or aesthetic forms is the world of energy and light, which are subtle forms of matter.

3. The world of formlessness, or emptiness, is the purely spiritual world.

These last two worlds are what I call ‘extra-sensory worlds’, because they are not directly perceived by our five senses of seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and touching, nor by the sixth sense of our conceptual mind. We nevertheless perceive them intuitively, with the more subtle senses that we all possess, but which are often so little developed that we rarely trust them. We usually don’t pay attention to these perceptions and refuse to take them seriously, except when they are particularly strong. Even if the three aspects of reality are inseparable and exist in all things, the last two are generally much more subtle than the sensory and conceptual perceptions of the world of form, and are masked by them.

Extra-sensory perception manifests most strongly precisely in the contemplation of nature and art. Who has not felt deep emotions in front of a glorious landscape, a rainbow or a work of art? One of the words I like to use to qualify this emotion is wonder, which is a mixture of admiration, surprise and enchantment. Small children are much more familiar with this emotion, but as they grow into adulthood it disappears, as modern society does not encourage this kind of emotion.

It is interesting to note that the three levels of reality awaken in us emotions of very different natures.
The first level generates various kind of emotions that we can classify into the three large categories of greed, aversion and ignorance, depending on the pleasantness, unpleasantness or neutral character of our perception. As long as we stay on this level of perception, we remain under the sway of the power of our mind. All the emotions we experience, even the pleasant ones, are not particularly beneficial to us, because they are all of a conflicting nature. They don’t produce healing nor spiritual opening in us, but just consume our vital energy.

The emotions created by the other two levels of reality are of a completely opposite nature. They are like a magical potion, able to heal all our ills, to open us spiritually and to lead us to the realisation of our true nature.

The world of subtle or aesthetic forms produces emotions of joy, wonder, and enthusiasm, which purify our heart and open it to unconditional love.

The world of formlessness generates emotions of peace, contentment, equanimity, which purify our soul and open it to divine wisdom, giving us clear vision of things as they are.

This is why the practice of extra-sensory perception is so important. It is simple and begins with the contemplation of an object that awakens in us a pleasant feeling, such as a flower or a piece of artwork we particularly like. We practice this contemplation until we succeed in spontaneously rejoicing, wondering, at the display of beauty, grace and harmony. We then let our heart open and submerge ourselves in these emotions, until we feel them strongly within our body in the form of shivers, tears, heat or bliss.

When we have very deeply experienced these feelings of joy and wonder, which belong to the second sphere, we let them dissolve slowly and so we enter into a tranquil feeling of peace, calmness and coolness. We are now in the third sphere of reality, and we can let our soul open to the essence and oneness of all things.

This practice can be done at all time and, with training, not only in the presence of beautiful objects and artworks, but of any phenomena, including those that our senses and our mind consider ugly or unpleasant. It is what we call “seeing the beauty in all things”. And every time we succeed in being in the two superior spheres of reality, in pure extra-sensory perception, we are directly connected to cosmic energy and to the Divine; we are in harmony with the oneness of all creation, and we discover our real nature. It is the secret of true healing and spiritual realisation.

Even if we don’t believe we are artists, we can make our life into art, and transform all aspects of our existence into beautiful artwork with many facets. Each facet will awaken in us the pure perception that generates joy, wonder, love, peace and contentment. It is what I call ‘Artotal’. Thus we can become the creators of our life and our happiness, and have the power to transform our environment and the whole world into the beauty of our subtle perception…
Healing Paintings and Healing Cards.

The healing paintings and healing cards are impregnated with an extra-sensory dimension that has healing and spiritual powers. In addition to their visual radiance, they irradiates an energy of peace, love and harmony into their environment. They are also encoded with Reiki and other spiritual healing symbols.

You may hang a healing painting in your home or office to enjoy the constant benefit of its healing power. You may use the healing card as a talisman, place it on your bedside table or your desk, carry it with you or take it on your travels, in order to receive its beneficial vibrations every time you need them.

You may also use the healing paintings and healing cards for the Extra-Sensory Art Healing Practice described in the Free Healing Session page of

This treatment can be applied to any problem affecting your physical, emotional, mental or spiritual bodies, from a feeling of fatigue or stress, a small conflict or doubt, up to a chronic illness,
a depression or a deep emotional wound.