Artist, Death Midwife, Possibilitarian, Nature Mystic from United States
What Inspired you to do a Soul Art journey?
I heard about the May 9th event through Shiloh Sophia McCloud. Simultaneously unleashing and celebrating with others around the world our creative spirit spoke strongly to me. It was a juicy, delightful and empowering experience.
How would you describe your creative process?
Intuitive, curious, open, inspired by heart/soul/nature/Muse (and divine guidance).
What insight did you receive from your Soul Art?
Currently I am at the threshold of a new chapter in my life, preparing to step into a new way of being, sharing and offering my gifts. My Soul Art piece became a visual representation of my “vision quest”. I am in the right place, all is provided for, trust and have faith, I am more ready than I think I am, the creative juices are pouring forth abundantly, blissful sailing, allow, allow… Infinite Possibility…
What is the most important thing you would like to share about your Soul Art experience?
The more one can be in a state of flow, of organic unfolding, the deeper, more insightful, satisfying, beautiful, joy filled and at peace one’s experience (and life) becomes.