Julia Karin Crane
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There are apparently around 6,500 languages on our planet. Most of us only speak one or two. A picture on the other hand is not limited by words and language and can communicate with everyone.
I struggled at school (as a result of undiagnosed attention deficit disorder). I remember the humiliation of being in the bottom set for maths and constantly being in detention for one misdemeanour or another.
Art was a life-saver, the only subject that you couldn't make mistakes. Art gave me "permission" to be myself, to use my habit of "daydreaming" to create original pieces of work. As I drew my mind would "let-go".
This natural form of meditation, suspending thinking, was what gave me the ability to communicate psychically.
Quietening the mind is an essential part of the process when working as a medium.
It didn't occur to me that my portraits had a psychic quality to them.
I remember my Art teacher would get quite irritated with me for not following and method or structure. I would always start with the eyes of a subject (human or animal) and once I had a "connection" the rest of the image would fall into place.
I know from the reaction of my clients that i had captured the "essence" of the subject.
Once I took a portrait of a boxer to my local Pet charity shop "Paws" on Battersea Park road. The elderly man who ran the shop did readings and a student of his on seeing the image of the dog said to me "you're psychic"!
After this I started taking classes at the College of psychic studies in South Kensington to develop the gift.