Archive | February 2010

Psychic Art day February 27th 2010.

Psychic Art Day with Gayle Force
 
What will I be doing ?
 
This is a day when you can relax with a meditation. Tune with your guides and explore Psychic art, automatic writing and enjoy a home made soup and bread for lunch.
I have worked with paints and pencil, pen and ink even to let my guides create pitures on the paper.
resulting in many varied and interesting shapes and even peopms that are inspierd by our spirit guides.
You do not have to be artistic or a writer to enjoy this day. Just let it happen.
i will give you a small reading to go with your picture.
I will teach you how to relax into the art form.
All materials will be provided.
The day will begin at 9.30am and conclude at 4pm.
The cost is £20.00 for the day, booked in advance.
It is intriqueing, exciting, yet calming too.
Faces have appeared before our eyes. Shapes of flowers and houses, animals and more.
One freind who has sat with me before saw maps of places he had visited appear before his eyes. another, a lady saw the face of a loved one she recongnised apear in the paint as it dried.
Interesting.
Of course it is, and this does open a different and safe way to communicate with our guides.
 
 
 

Pencarrow House and Gardens in Cornwall

 
Pencarrow House and Garden in Cornwall
Snowdrop Day 2010
 
It was interesting that the Snowdrop day was giving to the Shelter Box charity this year. a much needed cause. There were many cars as we approached the driveway to Pencarrow. Vince had been hearing all the news on the radio all morning. I had thought it opened at 9am but it was 11am, a far more civilised time for the Sunday late breakfasters.
For photographing the early morning light can be magical and i was diappointed it was open at 11am, but off we went with camera’s in hand and ready to see the Snowdrops and anything else that was in bloom.
I spotted the Witchazel tree and the knarled tree amongst those we enjoyed as we had a walka round the gardens.
the weather was kind to us all and people poured in from all angles, but i managed to get some fabulous pictures without people and with nature showing itself off.
Peacocks strut in the grounds of Pencarrow, but I did not get a photo today, maybe later in the Spring when the climate is warmer I may get the perfect shot with their feathers up and looking georgous.
We had to have some photos done amongst the trees and hey, they looked great.
Snowdrops nestled in and under the stump of the tree that sheltered them. Known as the Snowdrops of the soul of the lady who loved them who lived in the house.
I always love being around trees so this was one of those opportunities that I had to enjoy, to photograph and unwind.
Pwncarrow has a lot of land that is often open to the public including a Victorian groto. The craft shop is full of Pencarrow connected photos, art and books. as well as other places of interest .
I have included the photos taken today  as follows.