Art through the Eyes of the Soul
In Art through the Eyes of the Soul
Cheryl Rose-Hall shares the unique painting technique that she has developed. As a sensitive, she shares how she paints by attuning to her subjects through the eyes
and spirals out from that central point. Using historical data along with her psychic
impressions, she creates empowered works of art based on sacred sites and their mythology.
Art through the Eyes of the Soul
includes photos, images,
and research that the public has never seen before. The book is divided
into the four mythic lands where Cheryl lives and creates. Narnia (Northern Ireland),
Lemuria (Mount Shasta), Avalon (UK), and Bohemia (Prague, Czech Republic).
There are 120 colour photos and 60 colour paintings and their stories. Some of the highlights include
The real portrait of Mary painted by St. Luke, the actual Kingdom of Narnia, and the
rarely seen ancient Lemurian petroglyphs near Mount Shasta documented by
Cheryl is a portrait painter, visionary artist, and researcher. Using historical data along
with her psychic impressions, she creates empowered works of art based on sacred sites and their mythology,
creating a new genre Neo-Mythic Art.
Art Through the Eyes of the Soul Oracle Cards
This oracle deck is a vehicle to provide personal intuitive guidance from the
mythic beings and Divine entities that inhabit sacred sites and spaces. Deep
insights and profound answers are hidden within the paintings. Meditating on a
card image connects you into the energy field of the location where the painting
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the earliest times, the Cailleach has been venerated as a mother
Goddess of Ireland. In this painting, she is seen in her ancient cairn on
in County Armagh. On the horizon can be seen the cairn topped hills of
Slieve na Cailleach, at Loughcrew
Oldcastle, County Meath, which are also named in honor of her.
Sharing the top of the mountain close to the cairn is the
magical Lake of All Healing. Around her cairn walls are glyphs both ancient and
modern, depicting both the glory and destruction of nature. Aroused by the
needless desecration of her primal landscape, she cautions against the folly of
the proposed power lines through counties Sligo and Roscommon.
Macha lifting the Curse of War from the World of Men
. In the Irish myth, Macha, a
faery woman, was forced to run a race against the king's horses while she was
nine months pregnant. She wins, collapses, and gives birth to twins. Before she
dies, she curses the men of Ulster - saying that when they go into battle, the
men would become as weak as a woman in labor.
Then she dies. In Cheryl's painting, she
is not only lifting the original curse on the men of Ulster but now also the
"curse of war" from the world of Man.
In the painting The Return of Setanta
, he has come back as a more evolved hero
and eco-warrior, having made peace with the dog who is now his shamanic friend.
He has returned to protect the ancient centre of Tara and Lia Fail (the Stone of
Destiny) from the motorway that is currently cutting through the sacred landscape.
Just as in the legend, lightning comes out of his hair. The glyphs in
the rock below his feet show an ancient Celtic warrior pointing his spear at the
digger to protect the treasures of Ireland. This is the Neo-Mythic' aspect to
the story, showing the possible future history carved in stone.
After years of painting these images, Cheryl read that the Shankhill / Newtownards
murals are being painted over and replaced with more positive messages!
Forward by Dr Jean Houston
Clearly, Cheryl Rose lives in the unobstructed universe where the categories of
time are strained by the tensions of eternity and where myth and magic, metaphor
and metaphysics dwell together in a Peaceable Kingdom.
Her visionary art is a luminous portrayal of that which never was but is always
happening. Things of nature, sacred sites and even people’s faces become
transparent to transcendence under her artful brush. Her accompanying words
evoke the mysteries which dwell beneath the surface crust of everyday
consciousness, yielding a poetic science of deep seeing. And what she sees is
the multidimensional world where numinous borderline persons reveal the symbols
and the stories of those who would enter a reality larger than our expectation
and more complex than all our dreams.
She travels both inward and outward
worlds, a pilgrim of possibilities known in both once and future times. Whether
she evokes a mythic Irish hero or consorts with faeries in a ritual landscape,
reveals the secrets of Shasta, or gives spirit to hidden valleys, Cheryl Rose
restores the mythic fabric that had been torn in modern materialism. Ancient
knowings, tales of wonder emerge on her canvas to speak to our time in evocative
new ways. Thus, her emphasis on neo-mythic art. In this she is prescient of the
deepest happenings of our era. For all over the planet, what had been hidden in
the collective psyche is now emerging, more festive and feisty than ever. The
questing journeys of millions of seekers in the current spiritual renaissance
are sourced in this collective rising.
Saint Francis once said that “what we are looking for is Who is looking.”
Perhaps, it is our innermost psyche, the nature that lies within, the inner
mirror of Great Nature which has pushed the universe at large along on its
evolutionary journey that is the "Who" calling us to be more than we ever
thought we could be. And Nature Herself, wounded, disconsolate, in grave danger
everywhere calls for Her bards and artists, those who have the means and skills
to tell Her truth and Her trauma, Her needs for Her healing.
Cheryl Rose is one of these. Myth teller, symbol carrier, Earth agent, and
keeper of the Dream, she gives us of her visionary genius in this extraordinary
book of revelations. For herein, eyes are unsealed, ears unstopped, hearts are
opened and we join our birthright as mythic beings who must work together to
make the difference lest we lose our precious planet.
These are the times, and we are the people.
Boyne Valley Private Day Tours
Pick up and return to your accommodation or cruise ship. Suggested day tour:
Newgrange World Heritage site, 10th century High Crosses at Monasterboice,
Hill of Tara the seat of the High Kings of Ireland and the Hill of Slane where St. Patrick let a Paschal fire in 433