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Soul Portrait



Yay another blog for me to start and ignore later (sad but true).  

I spoke briefly in the What Do you Identify with philosophically thread of my beliefs.  A couple of months ago I commissioned a small soul portrait from an artist Wendy Smith Sedona Soul Portraits or here https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002617003936&fref=ufi 

I 'found' Wendy through one of my cousins (get used to that phrase.  Mom was 6th of 9 and although not all her siblings had children, there are 14 of us in my generation not including spouses or the next two generations  plus 4 on my dad's side that I have reconnected with - contact lost due to parental divorce and dear old dad checking out as a parent, but I digress).   Cousin K actually assisted in hauling me out of a dark funk and led me down the ebil path of open thoughts and acceptance.  She's given up a career as a self employed consultant (engineer) to move from KC to California (to be near her sister and her family) and is now a transition mentor (if you are interested in more details - message me) the basis of this business (yes, there's a point to my rambling) is SRT (spiritual response technique) where she clears you of blocks and programs associated with (hang on to your seats here folks) past lives.  

Yes, I (now) believe in past lives.  The SRT sessions I've had reveal that people I am connected with in this world/life have connections to me in the past.  My dad and I have this whole weird I've done things to him in the past and he's acted like a jerk in this one dynamic.  I've gone through an exercise to essentially cut ties with him on a spirit level.  The point of the SRT is to release things.  Not dwell on them and let them go.  K has coached me a bit in attempting to release things on my own (and yes, it does work).  I'm also now aware and accepting of the fact that spiritual and emotional trauma has a physical effect on us.  I have a book from Louise Hay on healing ourselves that goes through physical maladies and gives you want issues are associated with that and an affirmation to tell yourself.  For the adult coloring fans Louise has also published an Affirmations Coloring Book (which I just ordered).   This does not mean I don't take medicine (I have depression and see a psychiatrist regularly and am on anti-depressants.  Would love to be off them but in order to function around other people, really, I need the meds) or see a doctor when I am ill.  I just recognize that some things might be cleared in a different way.  I also recognize that I have some physical issues (lower back problems for instance that are tied to worry about money per Hay) that cannot be ignored.  

Anyway!  K knows Wendy and has had two soul portraits done.  Naturally I heard about the portraits  Have seen them.  Am friend with Wendy on Facebook.  And wanting to know a bit more about my inner self when she had a sale on small portraits and August, I went for it.  I just received it in the mail.  And found the electronic version on her Facebook feed.  I'm thrilled and am still reading and going over the reading that comes with it.   By the way I look nothing like the portrait  That isn't the point.  This is how Wendy sees you.  I sent her a selfie I'd taken.  Various things in the portrait mean things that she explains in the reading.  

I just decided to take advantage of the blog feature here to gush about this and share a bit more detail about myself than I ordinarily would on the board in a thread.  

my soul portrait 10292015.jpg

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Wow that is very cool.  I love the colors.   I also really like the picture you choose for your cover photo.

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Trees of some sort.  Taken (by me on my phone) last spring at Unity Village in suburban KC.  (I had stopped to walk their labyrinth.).  

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That is gorgeous - the colors are both really interesting and peaceful at the same time.

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The pink at the throat is a very high level healing light on the throat chakra (communications).  The rainbow colors at the top of the head are also healing light of some sort.  

Oh and apparently the cat in the lower right corner demanded to be in the picture.

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I am now officially framed.  I am not hung.  But I am framed.  Via Hobby Lobby.  Because I took twistted delight in making the christian owned store frame something of this nature.  And equal twisted delight at the compliments on the portrait while checking out.  

Now to put her somewhere so she can talk to me   (no really, that's what I was told to do,  Frame her, hang her somewhere so she could talk to me).  

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