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How Art can change the individual, the society and the world at mere will.

Humans are visual beings above all and understand the language of sign, symbols and images the most more than anything else.
Therefore, via art and the truth, we can discover and understand a lot about other aspects of the psyche and the world that we would have never known otherwise.

Art can influence every individual.
Art influences society by changing opinions, instilling values and translating experiences across space and time. Research has shown art affects the fundamental sense of self.
Art is often a vehicle for social change.

Looking at art provides you with the potential to de-stress and heal more quickly, and spending a few minutes experiencing fine art that resonates with you can positively impact the pleasure centers of your brain and change how you think. Visual art can also be a valuable tool for increasing productivity and your well being at work.

Looking at art provides an opportunity to exercise critical thinking, experience a renewed self-awareness, and potentially even a deeper connection to others and their experiences, as we share what we feel and try to interpret what we see.

Thus, on the whole art allows us to not only de-stress but dig deeper inside of us and find newer horizons and develop a better understanding of ourselves first and then the world via critical thinking.
Therefore, art can be a boon to become the best version of ourselves and would make us more insightful, wise and experienced about the world or worlds we live in.

©Aman k Phoenix

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    1. It is an honour for me, Sir. To have been worthy of your precious time. ♡ I have much more to offer and have merely started off my life and career. I will keep surprising you with better work each time and make you proud, Sir. ♡

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