Forgetting to Fly

Tamlin Allbritten has been an Expressive Art Teacher for over 30 years. She is well aware of the healing power of art, working her magic with brain-injured clients, teens with eating disorders and patients with addictions. Follow Tamlin's life journey as ART and SPIRIT come together to show her the way.
Color examples of artwork by students are empowering and lessons for YOU to follow as well.

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About Tamlin Allbritten

Tamlin Allbritten has been an Expressive Art Teacher for over 30 years. She is well aware of the healing power of art, working her magic with brain-injured clients, teens with eating disorders and patients with addictions. Tamlin started her own “Art Camps” in Texas, Wisconsin, and Arizona, teaching a Higher Perspective to students ages 7 to 70. Her story is ethereal and takes the reader from her early years in Michigan, where she was mysteriously saved by an Angel, to Arizona, where she survived deaths of three loved ones in five years…
only to be challenged again by the voice of God.
Tamlin vaguely remembers flying and now, after losing all her worldly belongings, she is summoned again, to remember what it is like to fly.
Will she remain earth-bound or lift herself up to the realm of possibility?
Follow Tamlin’s journey, as ART and SPIRIT come together, to show her the way.

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