Featured Artist: Linzy Miggantz


Linzy Miggantz is a visionary artist who suffered from Crohn’s disease for many years. Crohn’s disease kept her from living life and doing her artwork because of all the pain. At one point it was so awful, she tried to commit suicide. In that moment between reality and consciousness she experienced a beautiful divine white light fused with golden sparks and purple luminescent spirals envelope her body as she melted in to the warmth of universal loving energy. It was at this moment she finally found true inner peace and sacred space within. She then saw a vision of a green woman made of cannabis with smoke stacks and grey skies behind the woman. Linzy knew this was the cannabis diva crying for help and saying it wanted to help us and our earth back to health. After that, Linzy came back to consciousness and woke up in the hospital in AZ.

Through the use of cannabis oil, sacred geometry, art, and colour theory/therapy, Linzy has found life again. When Linzy creates a piece of art she usually uses colours from the entire spectrum in order to create a visual balance that sings to the eyes, soul, and entire chakra system. Using colours that correlate with the emotions she is feeling while painting, she balances herself out energetically, which also helps to calm and soothe her body from her Crohn’s disease and other ailments, while the cannabis oil works to repair damage, regenerate tissues, and refortify her endocannaboid system.

She wants people to know they don’t need to resort to suicide or other forms of harm and that through the use of cannabinoids, meditation, and creation of or looking at sacred art they can heal more overall. They can start to see all the beautiful subtleties within people and nature that make life in this plane and outside of it all the more precious…

Linzy wishes for the viewers of her art to be instilled with the same energy and feeling that she had while creating her heART-work. by transporting them to that sacred space within her that is filled with beautiful prismatic forms, otherworldly landscapes, toroidal structures, and subtle energy fields.

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