Art Class


he art class is how to draw Entura or "enter the aura" art. Entura art involves entering a meditative state and communicating with Spirit. Similar to channeled writing, Entura art is automatic and uses color. There is little "thinking" involved. Art itself uses the left brain for technique and Entura art requires none of this knowledge. In fact, the beauty of this is that no prior art experience is necessary.

Lighted Heart by Allison L. Williams Hill

The Meeting by Allison L. Williams Hill

Entura art, a unique drawing technique was so named and is being taught by Patricia Hayes, founder of Delphi University of Spiritual Studies in McCaysville, Georgia. Ms. Hayes was the personal assistant to Arthur Ford who channeled with her and her husband, Marshall Smith for the book Extension of Life, one of the books used for the Transition page. She is a gifted spiritual channel and has spent the past 40 years teaching people to develop their spiritual abilities.

Relaxation is key. You ask a question and the information is received. It is as if you serve as a container collecting the information until you sit down to "draw it" from you and put it to paper. The relaxed state continues as one draws what comes through Energy.

Merging with Krishna by Allison L. Williams Hill

The colors have meaning; the shapes have meaning. Without intending, people draw faces, animals, and forms. Each element has a reason for being there.

In the Entura art course, some exercises included meditation and writing. From there, you create the art. After the artwork is completed, the relaxed state continues because that is from where the image is interpreted. Remember, the artwork answers a question. The images are very beautiful and wonderful to view. No matter how many times you see it, you may find something in the art work you had never seen before. This numinous information is multi-layered, representative of our spiritual selves.


My experience has been what I call "Brainstorming in the Etheric Realm." Floods of sensations, feelings, ideas, moved through me. It was a completely different state of consciousness, beyond how I used to draw. I captured all of the information that flowed through my third eye. Everything related, the magnitude of it all. It was literally cosmic and yet familiar.

With Clem I by Allison L. Williams Hill

I have had drawing instruction from various artists since I was a child and attended a vocational high school where the arts were major courses. I found that when doing Entura art I draw faces better than I have ever done before.


This state of being is always available to each of us. It is expressive and deepens your relationship with Spirit. For those who may have had difficulty learning meditation, Entura art may be the creative breakthrough that can serve you.


For a look at Ms. Hayes' work and others who have studied Entura art, visit the Entura Art Graduates and Artists group at facebook.com. Click on the photos tab and see what has been contributed to the gallery. You will see many, many different styles but they all bring us back to Spirit. Click on Ms. Hayes' name to visit her personal gallery.

SV Soul Portrait by Allison L. Williams Hill

No prior drawing experience or knowledge is necessary. The class runs for 5 weekends where you will learn: 

  •     How meditation encourages and deepens access to feelings;
  •     How to express feelings using form and color;
  •     Various ways to use art to find answers to personal questions,

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  •     How to expand your awareness.

I will post when an art class will be scheduled. 

Spirit of the Island I by Allison L. Williams Hill

Thought by Allison L. Williams Hill

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