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Cougar Animal Spirit

Close up of “Cat’s Eye” Cougar animal spirit by Eileen Anglin Oil on canvas 1996.

$22    8 x 10 prints available for purchase here: http://etsy.me/1wcQslG

Cougar Animal Spirit

Cougar Animal Spirit

 

 

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A Look Back at “Gloriana”

On Facebook, they have something called “Throwback Thursdays” in which you post an old photo of yourself.

I thought it might be nice to also include my  past artwork in that. To take a look back on how it’s evolved, and the difference between my channeled art and the art that I just paint for the fun of it.

Although I truly believe all creativity is sparked from God, there is a marked difference in my work when the intent is different.

I feel very close to God when I am painting. It’s like I’m not just thinking of calling God, but actually on the phone with God.

Whenever we are creating, we are connected to the Divine.

This is a painting I did called “Gloriana.”

gloriana whiterose@whiterosepath.com

Channeled Soul Portrait in oils 1999 Eileen Anglin

 

It was a commissioned work, and it was done in 1998 for my friend  Gloria Coppola, who is a highly respected teacher, holistic healer, public speaker and author.

I  no longer do soul portraits but when I did I would include an extensive channeled reading about it, and the messages with it. This one was pages long and private, but I will say that the priestess and warrioress energy is very strong within it.

Sage/Warrior, fire energy, Male energies, Nurturing female energies, Hands of healing. 

The quality of this image above is not great, but it’s the only thing I have.

Back then, I had no intention of taking my healing art where it’s going now. Spirit has plans for us we never think about at the time. I have so many pieces of channeled angelic energy art I just gave away without taking proper photographs of. I was clueless!

I never considered myself a professional artist and I had no idea how to run an art business.

When I tell people I truly have no art background and this all comes from the Divine, I really mean it!  I can laugh about it, but I do wish I had done that.

I tried to enlarge it for you, but it distorts the original painting. But I thought I’d include it here anyway.

Channeled Soul Portrait  in oils 1999 Eileen Anglin gloriana whiterose@whiterosepath.com

Channeled Soul Portrait in oils 1999 Eileen Anglin gloriana whiterose@whiterosepath.com

 

So a lot of my future “throwback Thursday” art posts will feature photos that may not do it justice, but at least you can take a look at my journey as an energy artist. 🙂

I’m having fun looking back. I hope you enjoy it as well.

 

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Eileen Anglin award winning Angelic Energy Artist , Angel Channel and Angelic Light Ray Master Healer whose life’s work is to create art, tools and insights to empower you and elevate your life on the planet and how you experience the highest vision of it at http://www.whiterosepath.com.

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Your Friday Heart Opener: The Panther That Learned Forgiveness

When I say “heart opener” it means something that will ping the heart chakra.

An animal communicator touches the heart of a panther who is emotionally wounded.

Every living thing wants peace, love, understanding and respect.

Giving that to this panther creates miracles.

 

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Your Friday Heart Opener: The Unconditional Forgiveness and Acceptance of The Garbage Pile Dog

When I say “heart opener” it means something that will ping the heart chakra.

 

After being rescued by Hope for Paws, this homeless dog did something really incredible. It just reminds us how animals can also sympathize and empathize with others.

 

 

You can see more of Hope For Paws work and support it by going here: HopeForPaws.org

To read previous “Friday Heart Openers” go here.

 

 

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Migrating Monarchs Stop By The Gardens of 333

The Butterfly Sanctuary in The Gardens of 333 ©Eileen Anglin www.whiterosepath.com

Monarchs in The Gardens of 333 ©Eileen Anglin http://www.whiterosepath.com

I took these photos of Monarchs on their way south towards a major migration route in Cape May, New Jersey. They took a break in my yard and the gardens I created to help them survive. (See previous posts on my Save the Monarch Project.)

Monarchs in The Gardens of 333 ©Eileen Anglin www.whiterosepath.com

Monarch on Zinnia ©Eileen Anglin http://www.whiterosepath.com

This happened 2 weeks ago, but just now getting a chance to post about it. I can’t tell you how thrilling it was to have them come into the sanctuary I created as they make their long trek south.

Monarchs in The Gardens of 333 ©Eileen Anglin www.whiterosepath.com

Monarchs in The Gardens of 333 ©Eileen Anglin http://www.whiterosepath.com

If you have been following my blog and my little backyard project,  you know the Monarchs are in serious decline. The photos I took were of four individuals that I saw that day. I don’t know if four is an encouraging number or not, as I am pretty new to all of this.

Monarchs in The Gardens of 333 ©Eileen Anglin www.whiterosepath.com

Monarch on Zinnia ©Eileen Anglin http://www.whiterosepath.com

What I do know is that the monarch larvae that were in my garden this year ( if they survived the many preying mantis I have around here) will come back to me in the spring, like kids coming home to where they were born and raised.

Monarch on Zinnia ©Eileen Anglin www.whiterosepath.com

Monarch on Zinnia ©Eileen Anglin http://www.whiterosepath.com

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And that my friends, is a beautiful thing.

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©Eileen Anglin

Eileen Anglin, award winning Angelic Energy Artist, Certified Integrative Coach Professional™ specializing in Breakthrough Shadow Coaching. Founder of The Path of the White Rose® LLC. author, teacher and Earth Activist.

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My Save The Monarch Project: We Have Caterpillars….

Yesterday I was walking in the yard, filling the bird feeders and just taking a look at everything. Every morning I do what we call “a spin” with a cup of coffee in my hand and look at the status of things. I was looking at the garden square that I have made the “butterfly sanctuary” and lo and behold! Monarch caterpillars on the milkweed!

There were three of them visible to me.

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Monarch butterfly caterpillar on tropical milkweed plant. Eileen Anglin. http://www.whiterosepath.com

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Monarch butterfly caterpillar on tropical milkweed plant. Eileen Anglin. http://www.whiterosepath.com

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My Butterfly Sanctuary Garden Square in The Gardens of 333

A few hours afterwards, I came back out to take a look and one was missing, and another one crawling away from the plant. I can tell I am going to be an anxious butterfly mom. I put it back on the milkweed. I also saw that one of the plants they were munching on was already stripped bare.

We are going to need more milkweed. I definitely don’t have enough, and the thought of them running out of food will be hard on me.

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Milkweed Stripped Bare by Monarch larvae Within Hours

So, I came inside to get more information on what to do.

Here are some websites with useful information on their behaviors, what to do and what not to do, (ahem..hello me) such as leaving them alone. They need to hide and be still while going through their life cycle, and also, spiders such as the little guys we affectionately call “Jumpieswill get to them. We have a lot of those and I need to be at peace with that as that is Nature’s way.

But I also looked to see where I can get milkweed cuttings FAST. I definitely don’t have enough. Let’s hope they get here and I can establish them fast enough for these hungry babies growing up in The Gardens of 333.

Seeds and Cuttings at low cost:

http://www.livemonarch.com

Learn About Monarchs:

http://www.learnaboutmonarchs.com/monarchbutterflyfaqs.html

Monarch FAQ:

http://www.mymonarchguide.com

My “Save the Monarchs” Butterfly Backyard Project

I was driving around the beautiful New Jersey Shore when I heard on National Public Radio that the Monarch butterfly populations were in serious decline. The reason? What else? Pesticides, GMO’s and land development! One more things of beauty in the ecosystem that is collapsing due to humans acting unconsciously.

When I got home, I read the in depth articles below.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/story/2013/03/20/f-monarch-butterfly.html

Monarch Butterflies Numbers Down Again Source: Science Daily

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/03/130318-monarch-butterflies-animals-science-environment-nation/

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/home_blog/2011/01/milkweed-for-butterflies.html

I suggest you read them, but sufficed to say, milkweed is the plant the monarch larvae feed on and it’s disappearing. One way we can help them is to plant milkweed in our own gardens and landscapes. You know me, I go on a crusade. I’m the Joan of Arc of Nature….so that is exactly what I’m going to do. And I’ll blog my experience for you.

Won’t you join me?  I invite you to join my “Save the Monarchs” Butterfly Backyard Project and blog about it too. Be sure to post your links in my comments section and let’s do this!

This is where I purchased the seeds.
http://www.butterflyencounters.com/

The company was mentioned in the article I read. The website has a lot of useful information and detailed descriptions of the different milkweed plants.

Important Precaution: One thing I wasn’t aware of was milkweed has a toxic substance to it’s sap, which protects the butterfly that eats it, so you have to be careful handling it and seek medical attention if ingested or if it gets into your eyes. Read more about the precautions on the Butterfly Encounters website.

So, where am I at with my little project right now? My order came quickly and I have planted the seeds in seed starting flats outside.

 

 

The Milkweed Is In! My Save The Monarchs Garden Project

I finally put the milkweed into the garden this week. It is so late that I don’t even know if it will help at this point. I was in San Diego on business and then the weather here in New Jersey has just been so wet, hot and humid, it was tough going to be out in the yard.

 

I planted both the tropical milkweed and the common milkweed. The tropical milkweed is supposed to be colorful and is treated as an annual. It will die off in the winter and will have to be planted again next year. The common one is a perennial and will propagate itself and while not as showy as the tropical variety, it is said to be very fragrant. I’m looking forward to that.  I grew both from seed.I decided to devote one of my garden squares to the butterflies entirely. I used to grow vegetables in it. There is still some garlic, lettuces and a cucumber there, but most of it is parsley for Painted Lady larvae. Something said to me “Just do it! Make it a sanctuary for both the larva and the adults.” And so I did. It now has both varieties of milkweed, the parsley, lavender and zinnias. I marked an old broken planter as my marker. And here it is:

In the garden we call The Divider we have mainly tall pines, lemon balm, roses, strawberries, hydrangeas, hollies and a magnolia we call “Stumpy.” Stumpy was rescued off of the curb. A neighbor just threw him out. Because of this, his top died. Just picture my husband carrying this tree and it’s root ball down the street. We cut it off and gave him some TLC. And yes, we pointed out Stumpy in all his lushness to the neighbors who tossed him. heh.
I planted some milkweed there too, because there is a luscious butterfly bush there, and I wanted to be sure the butterflies were aware of the little nursery we are trying to start for them.
These are some of the common milkweed seedlings transplanted into larger pots until I figure out where I want them to go. There is a gully up the road, and I thought to plant them there to establish a wild milkweed area in the woods. But the thought of leaving them unattended and perhaps dying makes me hesitate doing that. I’m like a momma to my seedlings.
I found some additional sites for further reading about the monarch crisis and planting milkweed for them.

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