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KE130 Growing

Growing

#130

Created

February 2, 2009

Media

Acrylic on Canvas

Size

F8

Orientation

Portrait

Growing

This design was created for those with who are unable to grow to their full height and/or size due to disease or health problems. These could include back or spine problems or stunted growth. This painting is also meant to give growth energy for bones and bone support.

When bones stop growing before they were supposed to, it can cause a variety of health problems. There are some growth stimulants and medical treatments for this, but they often have little to no effect. So the goal of this painting is to bring about healing energy deeper than the body’s natural growth method and stronger than medical technology can offer.

When children are growing up if their growth is stunted, it can also cause many emotional issues. If physical healing isn’t possible, this healing art brings emotional support who will have to live with physical issues and make the best of what they’ve got.

While there are no guarantees when asking for miracles, and even when one occurs it can be impossible to prove, you may not get one if you don’t try.

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Inspiration

This painting was inspired by a friend’s child who stopped growing normally very young. I had wanted to design something for him for quite a while, then finally I dreamt of this image. Specifically, I dreamt that I should cut the end of a tube (like for gift wrapping paper) and use it to roll the white line down the middle. I did so, and this is the result!

Situation

This healing art is for anyone who has slow body or bone growth or stopped growing too young and before they reached full growth. It is also for those who have had an accident of some sort that affects the bones and their growing power.
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Notes

Many of my dreams are very specific and tell me exactly what the music is for, or what the design should look like. This one was more specific than usual.

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Composed: January 5, 2006

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