Dragon Slayer

Dragon Slayer is the name of this Inspired Flow Art piece. The colors in it are:

  • Black representing strength
  • Champagne gold representing royalty, worth, value
  • Cranberry wine representing love and loving yourself
  • Peacock pearl representing rest, delight, restore

Though there are always forces at work to try to destroy or undermine the works of your hands, refuse to allow their tactics to intimidate or discourage you. You are strong enough. You are equipped to succeed. Stand fast and refuse to be moved by the hurtful words and actions of others and stay true to yourself and what you know you are to do. Direction will make itself known when you quiet yourself to listen. Trust that. You are a dragon slayer – no foe too great to defeat. Work toward the greater good and what you know to be right and nothing will stand in your way.

You are a person full of value and strength. You fight the demons of your past and present with strength and determination. You persevere against all odds to slay these dark places and accomplish what is in your heart. Continue on your path. You will find truth, freedom and revelation of who you are, who you are meant to be. You will become the true warrior that sets out on life’s path feeling lonely and weak but you will persevere and you will look back and see how you scaled the heights, trod the dark valley and had victory over your dragons, your worst fears, your worst nightmares. You will come out victorious and fulfilled. You will be surrounded in love, valued for all that you are and fulfilled to overflowing with peace, contentment and strength beyond measure.

Joyous One will be your new name.

We hope the art and the colorful encouragement speak to you. Enjoy life and stay in the flow!

NOTE: View/download the printable PDF version of this word of Colorful Encouragement

Here’s the original acrylic paint version:

4 Replies to “Dragon Slayer”

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  2. uh….WOW!! I actually see a dragon. I like how it is similar to the silk with the colors and word, but it is also different with the flow art. I haven’t always understood ‘art’ in this form, but coming from silks to this makes more sense to me. Interesting.

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