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http://heatherbestel.com/wp/wp-admin/ Before walking the Camino from the Spanish Pyrenees to Santiago del Compostella in 1999, I was depicting the word and its vibrant energy. My intention to walk the Camino was to make peace with my Christian roots. I had been very inspired by Thich Nhat Hahn to kiss the Earth with every step I took. My true epiphany came upon my return, in my studio. I started to paint landscapes inspired by the photographs I took on the camino. Faces started to appear in the paintings. Even though I walked the camino on my own, I was never truly alone.
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I taught art and yoga to children and adults for 14 years. I loved to inspire children and adults to experience their energies in their bodies and connect to their inner well. I wrote and illustrated a book on the eight knights of love and the doorways in our bodies connecting the physical to the non-physical, also known as the chakras.
By 2009, I painted with both hands uniting the left and right hemispheres of the brain. I took pictures of everything I felt was beautiful and vibrant, a drop of water, an object on the sidewalk, light reflection on glass. In 2010, the kaleidoscopic mandala was officially born. It is my intention that these kaleidoscopic mandalas celebrate beauty, mirror the magical space we are made of, the beautiful beings we truly are. And the breath that connects us all.