Monet’s Garden Prescription 13

Prescription 13
Prescription 13 © Suzie Cheel April 2011 ♡

When I scanned the picture into the computer the words Monet’s garden came to my mind- I googled Monet’s Garden and found a wide variety of images depicting Monet’s Garden at Giverny, Des then reminded me we has seen the painting many years ago in New York. Amazing the memories the body stores and is able to recall.

You might think this is a little out of left field but I can see a relationship between these memories that our body holds and the ones that Dr Roy Martina talks about in Emotional Balance- the book I reviewed yesterday.

What memories does your body recall? Have they been healing? Enlightening?

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Suzie Cheel The Real Deal BE YOU BECOME ABUNDANT is her mantra Suzie is a Creative Gamechanging Visionary, Artist, Author, Intuitive Healer & Speaker. Law of Attraction trainer. The founder of The Heart Whisper Movement, creator of the Heart Whisper Oracle Cards that were born out of a near death experience, when her kidneys stopped functioning. Suzie found her true purpose here. . She was here to open people’s hearts to love. Her mission: to empower people to create abundant lives, through being powered by love and living their passion. Yes, Love Yourself into Abundance™. Suzie now mentors Creative Visionaries to Love themselves into Limitless Abundance & live a life of Freedo. Then they create successful profitable businesses that make a difference to their lives, their families, communities and the world. Yes creating ripples of change in the word of Gandhi Be the change you need to see in the world



0 thoughts on “Monet’s Garden Prescription 13”

  1. Enjoy seeing your interpretation of Monet’s garden. Very nice.
    Yes, it’s so intriguing how our bodies and minds store memories.

    Keep up the good work of expressing your creativity through painting!


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