A visual journey explores the five senses that help us perceive the world around us. It also has the power of memory that comes with it. If we travel through the journey of our senses, we might end up reaching the attainment of enlightenment, which lets us sense in other dimensions that are beyond our physical reality.
A particular sound, like the melody of waves stored in a seashell, could take us back to the depths of the ocean, from where evolution started.
The skin has a memory; the texture, the silhouettes—we feel differently when we touch a rock, a leaf, or a human. Each experience brings something different. A stone tells the story of mountains that crashed gradually; a leaf that carries a sign of transformation from a seed to a tree; or an individual that carries the energy to heal and procreate
A vision appears; there is more to life than meets the eye. A dream is a middle ground; it’s not necessary that we only see with our eyes wide open; the most powerful visions take place when the eyes are closed during meditation, during dreams, and during surrender.
A sense that gratifies, finding a balance between what is good for the body and what is for the tongue. With every bite, you are not only feeding the body but also the soul. We must have discipline and be aware of the energy we consume. It’s the easiest way to keep a check on gluttony.
Every individual has a unique scent, as does every flower and every land. The ground smells differently after it rains. Smell in itself is a great resource to activate memory and travel in time.
Photos by Sanjay Tomar
Creative Direction Priyanka Singh Parihar
Featuring Kzee and Mehak Sharma