I put this together yesterday. I love to make these progression videos. I hope you enjoy watching the process.
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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.”
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.
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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by Eileen Smith
How can I be more psychic?
How can I hear my angels and guides better?
How can do I know I’m making the right choice?
How can I heal my past and boost my self esteem?
How do I ____________?
Throughout my experience as a teacher and healer, one of the answers to many of life’s questions and goals can be found in meditation. And invariably, one of the answers I receive back is that people don’t know how to, or can’t meditate.
Meditation is one of the major keys to probably everything we would like to create in out life. People want the quick, the easy. But meditation can be both of those things once you throw out the “shoulds” in your expectations of it and find out what works for you. I think a large part of the reason people don’t meditate is the misconception of what it is. Many people have the misconception that you must set aside long periods of time in order for it to be beneficial.
Many have visions of a person sitting in a sparse monk like room, in the lotus position with empty minds. For most of us in this modern world, this is a rarely attainable situation and certainly hard to incorporate into a daily regime. Effective meditation is, and will be different for each person.
It is has been said, “Prayer is talking to God, meditation is listening to God”, and I would agree with that. Keeping that in mind, whichever way creates a space within your day, within your being that allows you to achieve that state of focus, is meditation and is effective. Even if for only 5 minutes. Do what you can! If you can’t do it everyday, it’s okay. So many people feel guilt if they don’t mediate, the “all or nothing” approach and create unrealistic expectations for it to be a part of their life.
Also remember everyone is wired differently. Don’t compare yourself to others in regards to meditation. For example, some people need quiet to meditate; some people need the room to be dark. Others like the sun, others need music. What brings you to a higher space? To YOUR particular sacred place inside your head?For example, it is easier for me to meditate with music, but when I first began meditating, I learned to do so with guided tapes.Some people have trouble visualizing, others have trouble with the intruding thoughts. If your not visual, that is okay, allow a sense of what the guided journey is taking you, If your mind won’t stop thinking about the tasks and conversations that are in your day, hearing someone else’s voice in a guided meditation may help you.
The voice inside your head that keeps thinking about the phone calls you need to make, we all have it. Some of my students find it helpful if you acknowledge it, let it know you received the message and will remember it later, it can quiet it. Or keep a piece of paper nearby and write down the message the voice wants you to hear so you can go back to meditating.
Keep in mind that walking and other activities that are rhythmic and healthful can create a meditative place within you. Swimming, dancing, walking. I have had some of my best “listening to Spirit” meditative moments walking in nature, it renews me in body, mind and spirit.Yoga is also meditative for people. Part of it’s life changing effects for those who do it often is this meditative state it creates.
So you see, it simply is a matter of finding what works for you. Throw away the false assumptions, comparisons and expectations. Don’t be hard on yourself, enjoy it.
Explore your style of meditation and start listening.