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It was also in Asheville that he started a journey into Jungian dream therapy and Transcendental Meditation. One night he dreamt that he met a man on a beach wearing a gold robe around his shoulders and holding a staff. The man told him to "keep singing."
Upon sharing this with his therapist, she asked if she could give him a tarot reading and ended up drawing the Three of Wands, which is a card depicting a man with a gold robe around his shoulders holding a staff. It's also a card that suggests you should continue pursuing your true nature. At this point it was clear that Eric had to keep singing. So he finished his record, donned a gold robe for the cover, put the Three of Wands on the back of his album and, now, on his signature guitar strap.
2" wide / adjusts up to 65" long
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