Back to the land of the living with my feet grounded again in space and time. I just got diagnosed with stage 2 ovarian cancer. The good news is they think most of it has been removed through surgery. Now all that’s left is making the decision on how I want to treat the residuals.
My sister and brother bought me a juicing machine and I’ve been downing greens, taking flaxseed concoctions and more than anything, appreciating the amazing flow of love that’s been coming to me from friends, family and Source.
I’m trusting in the hidden blessing of this adventure and since I’m wanting to do work in arts and healing, I can only imagine this will deepen my compassion and understanding for others going through illness. That’s what gets me through the moments of sadness and tiredness.
In the meantime, I plan to keep creating and making videos and I’m really excited to share with you an online summit I’ve been organizing to nurture creatives round the globe. It's called:
“The Painted Guruu….Discover How Art Heals the Heart, Inspires the Soul and Soothes the Mind.”
I’ll be interviewing 22 artists on how to create heart centered art that heals and takes us to new heights. It'll go live on June 11th and a new interview will be posted each day. I’ll keep you updated.
When I got home from the hospital, the last thing I wanted to work on was these interviews but in doing them, they're kindling my inspiration and making me want to jump into the paint and play, heal, dive deep and thrive. I know you’re going to love these women and their messages as I have.
Below is a theme song that probably speaks to most of us. Lucinda is a beautiful musician who is also working with arts and healing now...specifically cancer patients. I wanted to share this song she created. Blessings your way and much love. May we rise.