Ego Death

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It is that time to turn off my mind, relax and float downstream. My ego, the construct of who I am is about to cease. I must lay down all my thoughts and surrender to the void. That which is called ego death is coming for me. Without my ego, … (read more)

It is that time to turn off my mind, relax and float downstream. My ego, the construct of who I am is about to cease. I must lay down all my thoughts and surrender to the void. That which is called ego death is coming for me. Without my ego, I am simply a being, existing. This temporary death is jarring in its own way. As a voyager of my mind, such is a necessary journey to get me closer to that perfect state of inner enlightenment. There I will find who I really am at the core of my being.

Ego Death. Acrylic on Wood. 16 x 20 in.


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Great work!

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♥️🔥

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Robert Hruska
2021/04/14

Acrylic Masterpiece✨🎇❤

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Boris Pelcer
(creator)
2021/04/15

Thanks Robert :)

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Chris Saunders
2021/04/09

great to see you here, love your work

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Boris Pelcer
(creator)
2021/04/09

Thanks Chris! Glad you are on here as well. It's a fascinating time for art & I'm all about it.

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Iteration__
2021/04/09

Ahh, huge fan! So cool to see your piece along the feed, I recognized it as your style immediately. Beautiful color choices.

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Boris Pelcer
(creator)
2021/04/09

Ah thanks so much! I’m so happy to be part of this brand new world of NFTs 😊

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Oguz Dogru
2021/04/08

Love it!! 💫

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Boris Pelcer
(creator)
2021/04/08

Thanks so much Oguz!

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Boris Pelcer
(creator)
2021/04/06

I am so happy to have finally made my first NFT! I used one of my favorite pieces. It captures a very significant moment in my life, which is very relevant to where I am in my personal journey today. This piece was inspired by my first every entheogenic experience. It happened way back in January 1st of 2013. It was more than I could have imagined. It changed a great deal about how I saw life, myself, and my place in this world. It didn’t solve most of my problems, but it put me on a trajectory that led me where I am today. I still feel like a very flawed human being, but thanks to these experiences I am finding ways to push myself, to look truth in the eyes, to keep learning, evolving. Progress is slow, but it’s still progress. After all I am trying my best with the limited time I have each day on this earth. Thanks for your support & happy bidding!

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