Eileen at work on a painting

Eileen at work on a painting

Before meditation, the painter described two overwhelming challenges that she has been struggling with in past years. Even though she made progress in dealing with those issues, she was still not confident in herself and her achievements.

First work reflects the state of balance gained by conquered fear. The blue and red balls symbolize two biggest challenges she is facing in the present moment. There are new paths emerged and need to be examined. Following painting reflects the state of power and clarity, and connection to its source. Author noted that the red ball that represented one of her challenges is left alone. It is still in the picture but because she fully accepted the situation, she is no longer in conflict with it. Now she is ready to focus on other things.

The new painting reflects the picture of interaction between the painter and other person. Her focus has now broadened from her issues to the people in her life. During the phase of self-analysis through painting, author was able to recognize that she verbally describes the person in the center of the painting as being in motion when she painted a figure sitting still. Noticing the discrepancy created a break-through in her understanding of this relationship and true intentions of all the people in her painting.

Painting I

Painting I

Painting II

Painting II

Painting III

Painting III

Painting IV

Painting IV

Painting V

Painting V