What is Psychic Art and an Artistic Medium anyway?
When I was first told that I was a psychic artist I had already been to art school and erected solo shows and started a business. The source of this surprising news is impeccable (which I will write about later) so I had no reason to doubt what I was told. But I did. Because that is part of my modus operandi or one of my major faults if you will.
Disbelief was my first reaction but I didn’t hesitate to go home full of emotion and pull out the sketchbook. I went into meditation with the decrees and affirmations to call Spirit into my studio and bring forth a drawing. Any image. After a while I picked up an HB pencil and began to scrape the page.
What took me by surprise here is that I was full of even more emotion than when I went into meditation. At this point in my life I had been practicing meditation… geez for almost twenty years and I always emerge from the stillness at peace and calm. Sure sometimes I cry but it is a cleansing release. This time I was almost anxious with emotion.
My first indication of spirit was a very gentle wave of love. I drew a face that was closed into a kind of parenthesis. I didn’t spend much time on it but I did start to talk to myself, or with what I thought was myself but I now know I was talking to Spirit through my psychic ability.
I asked impatiently, who is this? What are you telling me? Tears gently ran down my face. The feeling of love became an overwhelming rush of amazement. Like when you have a feeling about something important, anything important that you have an attachment to; and then it is confirmed instantly and emotion wells up.
It was like that. Sudden. I stopped and looked at the little sketch watching it as if waiting for another epiphany. Who are you? I asked. The only knowing I had was the definition of the lines on the right and left of the face. That felt ‘right’. Okay, done for now.
A few weeks later at a spiritual development class, I was given the name of my team of guides, my band, my God Squad. My emotional guide, (or as some call it, the spiritual nun/priest guide) is St. Theresa of Lisieux or St. Theresa of the Little Flowers. While I would have preferred a sexy Egyptian priestess as a guide, I rolled with it.
Researching information and images of St. Theresa I got my first proof and evidence of my psychic abilities. The tight habit was definitely the two strong parenthetical lines surrounding the face in my sketchbook! I recognized her immediately. Proof and evidence!
This is what psychic art can do for us. The knowledge brought forward from Spirit is for our edification. We are invited through the image manifested by psychic artists to learn about the Spirit world, the Ascended Host, guides, elementals, nature spirits, Galactic Beings and our true Selves.
My initial dismissal of my guide is a reaction I see quite often in my clients or sitters. We all say we want to know our spiritual guides, we want to connect with our destiny and our mission, but when we say that, there is usually a preconceived notion of what that looks like on every conceivable level!
This is exactly what I did with St. Theresa. I was questioning how I could possibly have a dead Catholic nun as a personal guide instead of an alluring Egyptian priestess, especially since I have never been Catholic (in this lifetime).
My experience provided proof and evidence of psychic art in general but also the validity of my abilities as a psychic artist. While I had a lot to learn about my abilities I was convinced I could bring it, simply through the evidence that came through. That was several years ago and today I am still Embracing the Mystery of this life mission with joy.