Digital Rabbit Hole
"Reminders for every woman's soul unfold in each delightfully captivating story. Creative, enlightening and uplifting!"
-Sherri Rowland, Artist
RED ZEN, AZ
"In her disarming collection of short stories, Christina Barnes explores the strength and resilience of the human spirit. This book will resonate with anyone who has experienced trauma and found the courage to move past it to a place of healing."
Psychotherapist, New York
You have a story. It's uniquely yours. It's full of challenges, beliefs, loves, fears, successes and failures, among other things. At the present time, at the end of it, it says:
(to be continued...) today.
Are you the writer or do you feel more like the reader of your story?
This is a collection of unlikely messengers bringing you 19 concepts about life, designed to awaken the writer within you. Your thoughts are your pen and paper.
Lulu suddenly realized life was upside down and she should be living from the inside out instead of the outside in...
Some people have asked why I use so many animals instead of people in my work. I feel when most of us look at a photo of another human, our subconscious mind immediately sets to work judging, critiquing, and comparing that image. Animals are disarming and make the viewer more receptive to the message of each piece. My animals are very spiritually enlightened and also adept at pondering the psychological aspects of the journey of life. My objective is to share some humor, hope, encouragement, enlightenment, empowerment, love, compassion and of course art, on products that remind us how amazing we are.
Digital Rabbit Hole is a collection of images. Various surreal, humorous, quirky and fantastic scenes and verses, snippets of life. Inspired by my life events. We all have them. I believe our burdens and abilities are gifts meant to lead us to the path home. If we are searching for a more meaningful life, going deep within, a higher love, and no longer caring who approves of us as long as we approve of ourselves.
Dahlia knew if she just followed her bliss, it would lead to something really, really, really big...
Young Sophia found that for now, it was so much easier to train a seal to help build her castle of love than it was to train a boy...
Once Maisie realized she had created the illusion of what her life was, and it could be anything she imagined, she played with reckless abandon...
Bernice decided to start living her life fearlessly...