SPIRIT GUIDE PORTRAITS


A SPIRIT GUIDE PORTRAIT...
...Contains the energy symbols that directly bring in your guide.
...Gives a meaningful focus for meditation and visualization.
...Is a tangible reminder that you are not alone, that even through the most difficult of times you are loved and guided.

Spirit Guide in Blue WHO ARE YOUR SPIRIT GUIDES?
You are accompanied on your life’s journey with many guides, angels and healers. Some come in to assist you with a specific challenge, project or period in your life, others are always with you.

Guides may take the forms of animals, single entities, groups and pure energy. They lend a guiding hand when asked, comfort and support when needed and always unconditional love.

THE DRAWING PROCESS
A guide or angel may have many different appearances, but they will choose an image which is appropriate and to which you can relate.

Valerie begins the drawing process by making contact with your personal guide or angel. She then enters into a slightly altered state which allows the guides to actively participate in the drawing.

Literally channeling the drawing, she may use a variety of media and techniques. The different styles of drawing are dependant on the energies present and on how a guide chooses to appear.

Valerie can often access specific information about the guide during the drawing process. The drawings not only capture the image of the guide but also contain healing aura colors, symbols and other messages that your guides wish to communicate to you.

WHAT ARE SPIRIT GUIDES
They are usually unseen energy beings that bring circumstances into our lives which lead to growth. As human beings we have a free will and can always choose the way we want to learn a lesson. Guides will present us with many opportunities as we need, and help us to accomplish our life’s purpose. They can be angels, healers, or teachers. Some come in to assist with a specific challenge or project; others have always been with us. My drawings hold the energy of your guide and their comfort, support, inspiration, and love can often be felt just by looking at it.

WHAT DO GUIDES LOOK LIKE?
I have noticed over the years of drawing guides that there are guide families. One group has a series of slits for a mouth; another has a triangle face shape with club ears and full lips. Stars and half moons appear in the eyes or around another group. Some do not look very human, others are a shaman ancestor and tend to appear with animal totems. Whether the form is animals, single entities or group, your guide will always choose an appropriate image that you can relate to.
 
Valerie Byram
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