Posts Tagged ‘muse’
One of the quaintest concepts, that seemed to captivate imaginations around the turn of the 18th century, were the elements and their embodiments in the form of Elemental Spirits. These beings were the personification of the Classical elements of Earth, Water, Air and Fire.
In the Middle Ages, great attention was given to these four elements in terms of diagnosis, such as the Choleric being linked to the Earth, which would be thus be linked to Taurus. The Phlegmatic was linked to the water element, or Pisces, which often would diagnose lung disorders, thus the word origin for phlegm. Read the rest of this entry »
Angels are the Divine’s messengers and helpers of the spiritual realm. They are the ones with pure light, and without Ego. We have been reading and hearing more people talk in recent years about their encounters with Angels. It’s becoming more acceptable to talk about these experiences.
My mother worked with the Angels when I was a young child, and she encouraged me to do so in prayer and meditation. We had Angels in every room – either in a statue or picture. They were gentle reminders that the Angels were always with us. When people would enter our house they would ask what was up with all the Angels, and my mother’s reply would be, “Can’t we all use that extra bit of help?” Read the rest of this entry »
I am a psychic, an artist, and a writer. I paint abstract landscapes in oils. My muse is nature, and my current series emphasizes the details of plant and flower life that we often miss because we’re so busy with daily life.
While I’m in the process of painting, providing psychic readings or writing, nothing else exists. It’s like an oasis in the maelstrom of life. I’m not thinking about paying the bills or laundry or what I’m going to eat for dinner. I am one with my creation and everything is perfect and peaceful. My mind is clear and my body is weightless. I feel a greater presence of Universal energy and I am part of it.
When I return to the mundane activities of life, I am refreshed, renewed and I actually approach tasks with more energy and efficiency. Making art is truly a spiritual experience for me. Read the rest of this entry »
My husband is a drummer in a local band and I occasionally go to his gigs with him. The other two members of the band are Robbie, front man and lead guitar, and Tim, bass guitar. Their partners, Norma and Jackie, usually go to most, if not all, of the gigs.
As an empath I’m pretty careful where I go, because the noise, lights and sensory input is quite a lot to handle. I usually sit quietly in a corner, where I’m not in anyone’s way and where I can just observe people.
The band sometimes plays at a place called The Wine Cellar and one night I decided to go. The history of the bar is rich, colorful, unusual and fascinating. The building was erected in the late 1800’s, when the railroads were first established, and it served as a speakeasy until prohibition was over. Read the rest of this entry »