During the creative process energy becomes manifest through some form, be it nature, people, thought, or object. Individuals can expreience and absorb this energy directly through awareness of the subtle energy body and by developing its inner technology or system of energy centers and channels for the purpose of revitalizing body and mind and for transforming consciousness. It was my intent in this thesis to develop a videotape that would extend knowledge about, provide an experience of, and be an expression of creativity as the flow and manifestation of higher creative energy, higher referring to levels of refinement, the highest being energy as it exists at the universal source of creat ion. Computer animation was created on the Genigraphics D+ and V to introduce this concept of creativity and the energy body, to illustrate a technique for activating inner technology, and to present still computer images as forms that can transmit higher creative energy. Also included to facilitate relaxation is a videotaped segment of kinetic light forms taken from a Lumia Light Box.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Computer animation--Themes, motives; Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Department, Program, or Center
School of Art (CIAS)
Ver Hague, James
Saxton, Linda K., "Computer imagery and creative energy" (1987). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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