Healing Changes in Life

I cannot believe it has been over a year since I have posted a blog. OH DEAR.

But I do know why. I have been undertaking A LOT of changes in my life. I have been metamorphosing.

I have removed myself from a detrimental relationship, moved twice and was in a serious car accident (from which I am still healing). Now, I am in a new home that I love with my two most favorite people, my children. I am working at a job where I can use my skills (and keeps me very busy). I have seriously honed my psychic skills (OMG cool! If you are interested in knowing more, I have updated the Intuitive Healing section of this blog. I seriously LOVE my psychic friends.) And I am making time to paint what I see on the other side. (Here is my recent painting of what The Light looks like to me after death. The Light is way more sparkly, but this is close.) I am especially loving the time I get to teach metaphysics and heal others through past life regression and soul retrieval. I sit here typing as part of my therapy to recover from the serious concussion I have from the car accident.

Life IS getting better every day.

 

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I send my love to you and all those sweet readers who posted questions and comments that I have not had time to give my full attention to until now. I fully appreciate your patience.

Van Gogh and the Madness Song

Was Vincent van Gogh mad?

He did stay in a madhouse for a while.

In walking through our local art museum, I came across this van Gogh painting.

Vincent van Gogh Wheat Fields after the Rain 1890

Vincent van Gogh Wheat Fields after the Rain 1890

While I was admiring his brushstrokes, I started hearing the Madness song by Muse play in my head. Was this clairaudience?

I know it is a popular song on the radio right now, but I thought it was interesting that I heard it while looking at his painting. His brush strokes are pretty fast and thick with paint. He was known to strive to paint one painting a day. I do not think that makes him mad, but purportedly getting into a fight over a women and losing an ear … well?

Was he mad? I cannot say for sure.

(Love this song though.)

I have been told that the best Dr. Who episode involves transporting van Gogh into the future to show him that his paintings are famous. The look on his face was priceless.

Love All Creatures Great and Small on Land and in the Waters ~ Messages From the Mural

Love all creatures great and small on land and in the waters. I really believe that.

The animals of the world are (for the most part) meant to remind us of unconditional love—especially domesticated animals. Unique and beautiful animals are  awesome to watch and admire. There are so many species in the world. Some are microscopic, some are larger than a building. There is such diversity, making our world special.

(I love them all except for spiders … I am known to squish them. The basis of my fear of spiders stems from my past life as Howard.)

This “fish” bowl is one section of the wall from the Science Fun mural.

I had a dream about this idea and could not wait to add it to the wall. I think it is funny—the irony of the large ocean dwellers in a small fish bowl. These ocean fish are obviously not to scale, making it more fun.

The Portuguese Man-O-War jelly fish was chosen by one student and the rendition of Patrick (of Sponge Bob fame) as a sea star was at the insistence of another student. Their input made the project fun!

It took me several weeks to draw and paint this fish bowl. It is one of my favorite sections of the mural.

Love all creatures great and small on land and in the waters ~ painted by Karen Kubicko

For more on the mural:

Random Acts of Kindness … Messages From the Mural

I Love You … Messages From the Mural