25 Years with Fryderyk

As of today or possibly tomorrow, it’s been 25 years since the earth-shattering day when I first found myself in contact with Fryderyk Chopin.  At the time I didn’t realize how important this event was and I didn’t make note of the date.  I know it was a few days before Valentine’s Day.


While looking for a particular portrait to add to this post, I came across the photo (not painting) at left, which practically caused me to faint.  I would love to know what processes were used to create it.  The hair is a little on the dark side, and maybe the jaw has just a tad too much bone, but overall the likeness is stunning.  It brings Chopin instantly, dramatically, immediately into the present moment, where, for me, he always is.

And I’m going to leave my observance of the day at that.



Filed under channeling, history, music, spirit communication

4 responses to “25 Years with Fryderyk

  1. metgat

    A fascinating story, Elene. Perhaps there is a book there. Thanks for sharing.


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    • It was supposed to become a book, Mike, but it’s ended up just being a blog. I admire the fact that you have managed to put out book after book yourself.
      (Glad you were able to get a comment to “take” this time.)


  2. Kathleen Euruch

    Elaine, how are you? A voice from the past. That cannot be a photo . I know I have misunderstood.


    • Hi, Kathleen! Glad to hear from you.
      It was definitely made by a photographer, not a painter. I don’t know how he did it, but my guess is that he started with someone who looked rather like Chopin, then photoshopped the heck out of it. I still hope to find out more. At any rate, the result is amazing.

      (My name is Elene, not Elaine. I thought your name was Eurich, not Euruch– now I’m very confused!)


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