A personal portrait is an unique opportunity to get closer with your inner self. Here are some examples of feed-back:
“The words and the drawings have already brought about new feelings, sensations and thoughts and I am certain that your gifted message will bring much joy and help to me on my journey in order to manifest and shape my soul.”
“I received your/my drawing (above) yesterday and was very surprised to see the name Oida, as I have heard the name before – in meditation. Also your description of my “job” here on Earth is very precise. You have a fantastic and unbroken, clear contact and it makes me humble and full of admiration. Thank you ever so much for showing me my path more clearly.”
“Oh my goodness, the drawing (above) is MAGNIFICENT! And I really appreciate the narrative that explained it so well. I knew immediately that it is my wonderful spirit guide… for SO long I have wanted to know who she is and have tried to discover her without success… now I know! You are amazing in your ability to bring so much into such an elegant representation. I am thrilled with it and appreciate the knowledge you have shared. So many things are now coming together for me and I feel excited about new opportunities to grow and share in the future. You have amazing intuition and insight blended with compassion that bring truth and healing to your clients. Thank you for helping others heal at so many different levels.”
(The LOVE PORTRAIT above portrays the spiritual connection between a Mother and her child, who is just a young boy. Upon receiving the drawing she wrote:)
“Thank you again! The drawing and all of your extras were a beautiful and amazing experience that I will treasure forever! I think the real intention of art is to elevate. While I don’t feel I have artistic ability in the way you do, I certainly have the ability to appreciate it and feel elevated by it. So thank you for using your gifts in such a way to elevate humanity and connect us directly to spirit. Ah yes! You are a joy and delight .
P.S. My son said of the drawing “Oh mommy, it’s so beautiful, was I a king?”