Art gives us a unique way of accessing our inner selves. It can be used to express, enhance, and explore one's spiritual nature.
Collage as a Meditative Practice is now available to Spiritual Organizations, groups, and parties of friends. Customized collage projects are offered to spiritual organizations, groups, and groups of friends to further spiritual development. Meditation techniques are meshed with art making to create a beautiful piece of art. Some of the topics that have been covered in past collage projects are Self Portrait of the Inner You, Who am I Now and Who Will I Become, and Discovering Your Inner God/Goddess. Art gives us a unique way of accessing our inner selves. It can be used to express, enhance, and explore one's spiritual nature. Collage is a very accessible medium yielding beautiful results. You don't have to be an artist for this workshop, anyone can cut and glue.
Learn to tap your inner guides for better decision making. Collage as a Meditative Practice teaches individuals to bring a work to successful completion through mindfulness rather than judgmental critique. A fun creative way of learning to bring basic meditative techniques into everyday. Participants learn some meditation techniques that can be utilized while one is working. Individuals find that through meditation and mindful awareness, they open their creative capacities more deeply. Meditators may deepen their practice through art.
I'll supply the glue sticks, poster board decorative paper, and a few magazines. Participants need to bring scissors and their favorite magazines. Pricing starts at a $160 flat rate for a two hour session. Non-profits are able to charge a per person rate and raise some funds for their organizations. Groups of friends can split the fee between participants and make it easily affordable for all.
The next Collage as a Meditative Practice will be held at the Johannite Conclave on May 16th. The topic will be, "Finding Your Inner Divinity". There will be many great offerings at the Conclave on Gnostism and the Johannite church. There is still time to sign up for classes if you're interested.