Imagine an entire weekend dedicated to creating mandala art. The projects in this weekend are centered around reflecting back on the past year to celebrate and honor the many unexpected blessings and surprises. It’s a great time to release old energies to make way for new beginnings.
Creating Mandala Art for the Harvest Time
WHEN: October 2-4, 2020
WHERE: Rowe Center, Rowe, MA
WHO: Kathryn Costa, Your Guide to Soulful & Creative Living
Join Kathryn as she guides you in creating art based on sacred geometry, labyrinths, and nature! Experience the joy of creating your own mandala art for relaxation, insight, and self-expression.
The fall is a wonderful time of the harvest — and a time to reflect on your personal harvests, those blessings from the year thus far. During this weekend of making mandala art, you’ll have space to access your inner intuitive artist and create something uniquely yours. The mandala, Sanskrit for “circle,” is a beautiful container for adding color and patterns, but creating mandalas is so much more than making pretty pictures; when you step before the circle you get centered, immersed in beauty. You slow down and listen to your intuition and inner wise self. This creating and connecting lead to deep insights and answers. Creating mandalas, combined with guided “soul journey” meditations, journal writing, setting intentions and using affirmations — with plenty of time to slip into the creative zone — is a powerful practice. You’ll go home with completed artwork and practical tips for continuing your mandala practice long after the weekend.
For all levels. Beginners welcome — no drawing experience necessary. All tools and supplies provided.
Project Highlights Include:
- Seed of Life Mandala based on sacred geometry.
- Labyrinth Mandala Art based on the medieval style at the Chartres Cathedral in France.
- Nature Inspired Mandalas to explore what you need now to bloom where you’re planted.
The weekend also includes:
- Soul Journey Meditations to access your intuition and the wisdom of your soul.
- Lots of spacious free time. Imagine curling up by the fire to work on your mandala projects or write in your journal.
- Delicious comfort food.
- Connecting and creating in community.
- No experience needed. Beginner’s encouraged to sign up.
- All materials and tools provided. (Mandala enthusiasts may like to bring their favorite art supplies.)