Mizuka Inoue - JCAT

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BIOGRAPHY

  • Growing up in Izu Peninsula, surrounded by nature covered in mountains and sea, Mizuka Inoue experienced firsthand “living is an art”. In the autumn when she was seven, the dearest person in her life died. After that she found a way to heal her spirit through painting as an everyday practice. Since then, she has placed faith in art as a healing process. She has found a life support in the bare existence of her spirit’s voice, in the encountering of her spirit’s essence.

    Impressed by the profound depth of Indian philosophy and Prajna Yoga, Inoue began practicing meditation and breath control (Pranayama) in 1985. The following year, she started studying the artworks and Anthroposophie of Rudlolf Steiner. From 2001 to 2010, she took art classes and art therapy training courses based on the theories of Dr. Hauschka. In 2003, she took an art retreat with the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland where she studied healing. In 2002, she met Yogi J. Vallicherry of south India, who she trained with over the course of a decade. Vallicherry gave her individual instruction on the essence of Yoga, the breathing techniques and the art of meditation. Having had such experiences, Inoue decided to integrate such practices with the aroma therapy, art therapy and healing work that she had been doing up until then. While an artistic inspiration on the one hand, her original work, elevated by that cross pollination, is also highly regarded in a variety of fields, from education to medical care, to regional revitalization.

    Everything originates from the light and the color that springs forth from the spaces of mediation, love and prayer. There, Mizuka Inoue’s paintings find their source, in the light and color within all humans, vibrating love, peace, serene bliss, what we touch as we become open to the ecstasy of being alive.

    ITEC Aroma Therapist
    Art Therapist
    The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre, Yoga Siromani

    July 2015, Solo Exhibition at St. Luke’s Gallery in St. Luke’s International Hospital, Tokyo

    Website: http://www.mizukas-works.com

    info@mizukas-works.com

  • 海と山の自然に恵まれた伊豆半島に育ったMizuka Inoueは、「生きることはアートである」ということを実践する人である。7歳の秋、最愛の人の死後、絵画教室で描く日々の中で魂の癒しを経験し、アートによるヒーリングプロセスに深い信頼を持つ。この時から、自分の魂の本質に出会うことと魂の声に素直に在ることが彼女の生きる支えとなった。1985年、インド哲学とヨーガの智慧の奥深さに感銘を受け、瞑想と呼吸法のトレーニングを始める。1986年、Rudolf SteinerのAnthoroposophieとアートワークを学び始める。2001年〜2010年、Dr.Hauschkaの理論によるアートクラス及び、アートセラピストトレーニングコース終了。2003年、スコットランドFindhorn Foundationでのアートリトリートにて滞在型のアートワークによる癒しを学ぶ。2002年、南インド出身のYogi J.Vallicherry氏に出会い、10年以上に渡るトレーニングの中で、個人に伝授されるYogaのエッセンスと呼吸、瞑想のアートを受け取る。このことにより、彼女はそれまでの仕事であった、アロマセラピー・アートセラピー・ヒーリングを統合し、オリジナルワークへと昇華させた。このワークは、アーティストにインスピレーションを与えると共に、教育・医療・地域再生の分野でも好評を得ている。Mizuka Inoueの絵画の源泉は、瞑想 愛 祈り のスペースにある。そこから湧き出る光と色から全てが始まっている。光と色のバイブレーションが、全ての人の中に在る 愛 平和 至福静けさに触れ、生きる喜びを開いていく。

    ITEC Aroma Therapist

    Art Therapist

    The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre Yoga Siromani

    2015年7月 東京St.Luke’s International Hospital内St.Luke’s Galleryにて個展

    Website: http://www.mizukas-works.com

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