Soul Song Canvas shares with you Tools for Awakening Consciousness through Workshops that create personal growth and self empowerment through self discovery. Soul Song Canvas is an Intuitive Paint Process that awakens consciousness as soul memory and creates Soul Presence connection. This intuitive paint process is a form of communication between Ego, Soul, and Spirit as a song of authentic expression of your innate, creative genius. With each painting, emotional healing and spiritual healing occurs. These tools do not impose or replace beliefs, but give access and choices to explore, enhance, reform, and create anew. This is an evolutionary experience of mind, body, emotion.
Soul Song Canvas teaching, studies and workshops are based in five different forms of Paint from Inner Knowing. Each process is an intuitive, abstract paint process founded in breath work and contemplative prayer. Participants co-create sacred time and sacred space in universal Oneness through conscious awareness in the three major bodies: mental body, physical body, emotional body. Using focused intention, specific breath work, and prayer, a soul presence connection is co-created, bridging heaven and earth. Contemplative prayer focuses on spiritual relationship, Divine and Human Universal Qualities, personal qualities, and Thread Pathways. Rule of Life is examined and considered as a pathway to greater daily living through the Eternal Aspects. Sacred geometrics, sacred color, and sacred numerology are also explored. Spiritual discipline is experienced as a choice to enhance living in a new form: Happiness in Freedom. Divine Love inspires and heals in joy and wonder. Access to spiritual guidance, friendship and community are available through the VateMare Amethyst Vision Seekers/New Breed Healer Community.
Tools for Awakening Consciousness
- Who AM I?
- Who is my Source, Higher Power, God?
- What is our relationship?
- Who ARE YOU?
- Where do I live?
- What really matters to me?
June 2012 Gabi Dendinger, Professional Photographer and Sacred Artist
Diary of a short journey from health to illness and back to healthTwo years ago, on the morning of a trip to Europe and hours before I had to catch my plane, I discovered that something was definitely wrong with one of my breasts. Looked wrong and felt wrong and in my gut I knew that this wasn't good. I managed to put the thought out of my mind during the vacation, had a fabulous time, and immediately made an appointment with a specialist as soon as I returned home.
From then on, it was a whirlwind of activity that didn't give me time to grieve or worry. After an amazing number of tests, I started chemotherapy, lost my hair, shrank the tumor, had a bilateral mastectomy with immediate breast reconstruction, and daily radiation treatments for 6 weeks. After that I was declared cancer free, had my hair and life back and discovered that I had learned more in those two years than in a decade of healthy living.
Throughout all this I painted my pictures and I'm forever grateful to my teacher, Linnea, for giving me this tool for learning and survival. The painting process is the same for everyone who tries it, but the results are amazingly different for everyone. And I don't only mean the visual results, but also the way this kind of painting changes and enhances your life.
For me the simple act of painting is like a meditation where I lose track of time and spend hours in my world of color and shape and movement. The paintings changed a lot during this journey and the change came from within, without conscious efforts. During the darkest part - the chemotherapy - my paintings reflected what went on inside. Although outwardly I was rather cheerful and not prone to depression or hopelessness, my paintings told me otherwise. They were dark, brooding and maybe a little scary. With the end of chemo and re-growth of hair and strength came the use of lighter color and subjects. My style changed too, I became more involved in details where I discovered shapes in the paintings that wanted more attention and would turn into meaningful objects. I discovered a playful side I didn't know I had.
Painting has helped me recover from illness and is still helping me shape my life as I get on with it.
Linnea Haley, New Breed Healer
A Beauty Way, Sacred Reflections:
Center for Transformational Awareness
Original art work and photos, Linnea Haley
Photos, Roland Ferry, Gabi Dendinger
Logo Design, Dennis Nozawa