During the writing of her first book, Michele didn’t have much time to paint so she started doing smaller mandalas. Requesting help from spirit, she asked for guidance and messages which she incorporated in the mandalas as a word or words. It kept her connected to her painting and to spirit and confirmed to her that she could ask for messages and could actually get them. Most of these pieces have sacred geometry patterns over the top of the flower images representing the connection of all things and the connection to the divine.
What Is Being Said
I meditate every morning with your mandala.
– Merrill H.
You ARE an inspiration, a visionary, a talent, an artist, a beautiful spirit among us. Whew, I am so grateful you have touched my own spirit. Your path makes me smile, makes me yearn for my own discoveries that seem so fragmented and abandoned, makes me hungry… for direction, makes me pray for the sunshine to burn my own fog back, so I can see clearly. Thank you AGAIN, unbeknown to you for the "nudge" - inward.
– Wendy D.
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