From a young age, I felt as if I was connected to everything around me. I shared an unspoken language with my surroundings. Everything from the rocks to the birds, bees, animals, flowers, trees,... Read More
Lynn Demers Original Art For Sale
8" x 10" / 20.32cm x 25.40cm
Sculpture (Canadian Dollar): $5,000.00
About Lynn Demers
From a young age, I felt as if I was connected to everything around me. I shared an unspoken language with my surroundings. Everything from the rocks to the birds, bees, animals, flowers, trees, grass, to the scent of the air. It was as if every cell of my being was alive to the shared experience of being here. My mind was filled with far more information than I could describe in words. As I experienced the profound feeling of being one with my surroundings, I searched for ways to share this experience with others. It took me many years before I was able to see this sensitivity as something I could use to my advantage.
My ability to give solid form to a sensory experience was a result of allowing this creative force to flow through me. Like a download, the work of art came through me. The energy was translated into solid form by my hands. The process of sculpting allowed me to share what it felt like to be inside myself, to resonate with what wanted to emerge.
To discover their gift, one must first be open to receiving the message that wants to come through them. My gift of sensitivity, my ability to be a creative vessel, and my ability to listen to what wants to be expressed through me are all gifts I’m grateful for. In sharing ourselves with others, we unwrap our gifts.
Through my practice as a Certified Havening Techniques® Practitioner, I have cultivated a way of working with people that empowers them to embrace their creative being and listen to their messages. We are all connected, and more than we could ever imagine is just waiting for us to discover it. Each of us has a gift that wants to be shared. We must honour the message, discover the medium, and allow our unique creative force to be shared.
I had the honour of presenting a sculpture of mine to the Dalai Lama in 2005.
Whenever we are in our element and connected to what matters most, whoever we are meant to share our gift with will appear. I will cherish this gift for the rest of my life.