BIO FOR PRESS: Vashta Narada is a lifelong consciousness explorer, ET communicator, researcher, geek, gamer and an intuitive artist from Belgrade, Serbia. She puts great importance on subjective experiences, seeing them as a doorway to other dimensions, beings and true understanding of consciousness. At the beginning of 2015 her life took an unexpected turn, and while looking for cosmic artwork for her project she ventured into creating her own graphics and has been doing it ever since. Vashta’s ET portraits can be seen on book covers, in documentaries about extraterrestrial contact and displayed during lectures at The Conscious Life Expo, International UFO Congress and other similar events. She has also worked with a lot of channelers to bring through visual representations of their guides. Main focus of her work at this time is aimed at helping people establish more personal connections with the galactics and to apply that information in their daily lives as a way to get to know themselves better and grow. Inspiring imagination, different perspectives, creative thinking and exploration of the infinite in a grounded, practical way are her main passions in this lifetime, and many others.
Many people ask me for advice on how to communicate with ETs, how to open their third eye, how to remember their dreams and other similar questions. There is plenty of material online about each of these subjects if you want specific guidance, especially in channeled material. If you are really excited and inspired about this, take some time to do the research. As with any subject, you will find that some of that material is completely useless to you, while some speaks directly to your heart. Use your own guidance and discernment when it comes to these things. If you don’t know how to use your own guidance, work on that first and foremost. This is not a hobby or some latest spiritual fad to be used to avoid life and unresolved issues. Trying to establish any sort of contact without facing yourself fully first is not a good idea in my opinion, as it may cause significant distortions in perception of what really happened and why, as well as generate an undesirable kind of contact that is not established on equal grounds. Do the groundwork first and get your inner space in order.
Another question I often get is am I a channeler or a medium. I am not. Not in the way most people think when they ask that question. I translate energies into visuals, much like a dancer translates music into movement. Some of my works are depictions of beings I saw in sleep state or astral state. Some are intuitive interpretations of their energies. Some are done according to other people’s descriptions and some are being guided by the beings themselves. It is a mix and match of all things.
What I focus on most is to bring out the vibration of that being, and not so much on precise detail. Most of these beings are not as physical as we imagine them to be, and they will look different to different people, depending on the vibration of the observer and the level at which communication is unfolding. Some of them appear differently each time as they shift their own vibration. Some use holographic projections and are completely non corporeal. Some use screen imagery, and in many cases our own brains superimpose visual interpretations on top of what we actually saw, because we have nothing to compare it to. Remember that we are dealing with different densities of existence here, so use the energy behind the pictures to connect and don’t get hung up on physical details, because they are very malleable when perceived with our physical mind. I highly recommend engaging your peripheral vision as well while gazing at the images instead of applying narrowed down sharp focus.
Q: What software do you use?
A: I mainly use Daz3D and Adobe Photoshop
Q: What does your logo mean?
A: It is a rune bind I created for my old artwork from early 2000s as my personal energetic seal. Its purpose is to embed into the artwork positive intent for all involved and bring growth and success. I am still considering getting it tattooed. You can research the runes yourself. It’s nothing woo-woo, more like an informational code or light language. Like Hebrew letters are, for instance.
Q: Do you consider yourself a starseed?
A: No. I am human. My home is the universe. My family is everywhere.
Q: Do you consider yourself enlightened?
A: Lol, no. I consider myself permanently enlightening, changing, growing, exploring. I learn about myself the most from these galactic connections, and connections with all life. Corporeal, incorporeal, microscopic and macroscopic.
Q: Why Vashta Narada? Isn’t that an evil monster from Doctor Who series?
A: No. Beings from Doctor Who were called Vashta Nerada, and they were not evil, please watch the episode one more time, carefully. Their natural habitat (forest, trees) was destroyed to make a galactic library. Naturally, they were a scavenging species, keeping the ecosystem clean. But when forcefully removed from their environment and trapped, they turned into predators. Think of shadow and the unconscious. But yes, I am a big Doctor Who fan because nothing in that show is what it seems to be at first, superficial, judgmental glance. At least, that’s how it used to be before they started being preachy in latest seasons.
I picked the name jokingly for my Facebook account years ago, because it sounded so damn good when Tennant was saying it. And because I wanted to avoid people from workplace at the time poking around my profile, so I didn’t use my real name for the new account.
Over time I got back into spirituality, philosophy, psychology and physics of the universe and I started to question whether the name was still fitting. I Googled the meaning.
Turns out that Vashta means life/alive in Farsi. Also turns out that Narada (not Nerada) was a Vedic sage. The word ‘Nara’ means knowledge useful to mankind, and ‘Da’ means a giver.
The name stuck because everyone online at that time knew me as Vashta or V, and when I tried to change it back to my birth name (Aleksandra Aleksandrov), people weren’t recognizing me any longer. I also started getting friend requests from people from my past I haven’t seen or spoken to in decades and have nothing in common with any longer. So I was stuck with Vashta. I can almost say it was given to me as much as I gave it to myself. I only changed a letter, and the whole meaning changed.
If you are interested in learning about Narada, here’s a compilation of texts I found about him -< LINK >-. I resonate with this strongly, which is why I proudly kept the name. But you can call me Alex 😉