Sara Waters, Soul Art Guide from Sweden
Being a Soul Art Guide I often do Soul Art journeys, but this time I was very much inspired by Tracy Lee Jones’ meditation about the heart roots.
How would you describe your creative process?
I actually traced myself, since it felt important to do so. Then I started painting a flower over the heart, with long, winding roots going down. The heart flower turned into rivers flowing out into the body’s every part. First I had only traced my torso, but then it became obvious that I didn’t want to have a headless body, so I traced my head after painting the body. Then I painted waves of energy on my shoulders, that became like wings. To me the whole Soul Art process is very intuitive. If you start thinking about it you will lose it.
What insight did you receive from your Soul Art?
There is a clear connection between my heart, my hand and my brain – which to me is vital to the creative process. My goal is to open up people’s hearts through my art and my creative guidance, and to do so I only need to listen to my own heart and let it lead the way and support its flowing energy.
What is the most important thing you would like to share about your Soul Art experience?
My intention for my Soul Art piece was “I am tapping into Abundance”. My Soul Art piece tells me that all I need to do is tap into my heart’s wisdom. My heart is the engine that keeps everything in motion.
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