I didn’t plan on doing a Back of the Heart tumor dissolving painting today but this dropped in this afternoon.
You can see the tumor in the left image but it is a little smaller.
I am really excited about the healing energy coming from this painting. It is talking to my soul and Inner Physician.
This is an early phase:
As you can see the energy in this stage is completely different. I was compelled to take a photo of this. I realize now that is because it has something to say to me that is different than the finished painting. I think what it is showing me is the importance of focusing on the throat chakra symbol in the upper left had corner and the throat chakra sound, shown by the music.
Here it is! Finished!
The blue and white image is more eitheric and the finished image more grounded and connected.
There is something very profound happening in this painting and in me!
When I was painting it I could see the look on the doctor’s face when he told me the tumor was gone. I am seeing it happening. And more importantly, I feel the excitement I will feel when he says “It’s Gone!” That is an important part of manifestation. Sending the intention and feeling the emotion that you feel when it happens. That is what pulls it to you.
The interesting thing about visionary art is that each step in the painting has an impact. This painting has different energy than the finished painting. So I get different information from each part of the process.
Throat Chakra symbol in upper left corner- The most common Sanskrit name for the Throat chakra is “Vishudda”, which means “pure” or “purification”.
This chakra is related to the element of sound. Through the throat, sound is propagated into the air and its vibration can be felt not just in our ears, but also in our whole body. It is an important instrument of communication and expression.
Musical Note: The note depicts the note for G. This sound vibrates the throat chakra. You see that sound coming from the throat chakra symbol, going into the tumor making it smaller and transforming it into a blue butterfly.
In most cultures, the blue butterfly is a symbol of acceptance, honor, and great energy. A blue butterfly can also symbolize the passing of time, change, and meaningful purpose in life. Seeing a blue butterfly or holding it can have a calming effect on a person. In some part of the world, blue butterflies are rare, so it is considered extremely lucky to observe one. The blue butterfly is a symbol of Spirit speaking through transformation and change. In some cultures, spotting a blue butterfly is thought to bring sudden good luck. ** Blue butterflies are also considered wish-granters. Spotting a blue butterfly means that a wish one makes or made will come true. A blue colored butterfly is often thought to symbolize joy and happiness
These images are magical!