Out of the Blue is the continuing tale of *Silver Butterfly, Create A Vision. Silver Butterfly began as a vision, moonlight reflecting on a wall assuming a winged shape. The unfolding butterfly opened many surprise packages! First, I was instructed to "paint my dreams." Next was the practice and then teaching of Tai Chi, a blend of physical meditation and medication. Then, through a friend and mentor, I became aware of Angels in various physical and non physical forms, teachers here on Earth and beyond.
Silver Butterfly and Out of the Blue are both written and lived with spontaneous joy, wonder, and love. Painted with images and words, Out of the Blue is an inside peak into how an artist creates. Sparking your own self transformation, intuition, and spiritual creativity, read or scan this blog and "find" what you need as needed. Enjoy your sacred journey!
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