I love self exploration. Edgar Cayce’s direction to “Know thyself” carries the call to explore your very own inner frontier. I love the idea of channeled spiritual artwork that can move you in a very personal way, and bring you awareness and confirmation.
I’d like to introduce you to one such artist, Sharon Bosmoore. She is an international Spirit Artist and Art Shaman, offering her gifts as a spiritual guide and mentor for sensitive souls, creatives and healers. I met Sharon through an online event and I was really drawn to her work. Sharon’s art taps into higher frequencies of universal energy and the spirit world to activate healing and awakening. Her art helps you align with your deeper wisdom, your creative genius, your sacred path, and helps you find the ‘soul esteem’ to live with purpose, meaning and self trust.
She lives in Australia and we had our session over Skype. Sharon is very down to earth, and I enjoyed spending our time together, not to mention how fascinating it was to watch my spirit drawing unfold in front of me.
It started with the vibration of me, then a female guide came in, and then a male guide. Although there is only one image in my drawing, it holds a trinity of me and two of my guides. Can you see both the male and female face? These are two of the healing guides who assist me in my work.
I love my drawing! This piece of art has a beautiful energy that I can feel, much more than this photo displays. It has helped strengthen my connection with my guides, and also draws me into a deeper aspect of my soul whenever I look at it. There is much symbology in my drawing, reminding my inner self of my strengths and the path I am walking in this life.
They say that art is a reflection of the artist and to some extent of those drawn to it. Sharon’s art literally is a reflection—or perhaps it might be better described as an expression of the person the drawing is for. After all, our guides are our guides for a reason… they evolve by helping us grow, and have strengths in areas we are to develop.
I feel blessed to have my Soul Medicine portrait. I think that Sharon’s art makes a wonderful gift to one’s self.
To learn more about Sharon and her beautiful art visit: www.soulmedicineart.com.