May 1 at 10:00 am - 1:00 pm$90.00
Join us for a transformative journey into the realm of SoulCollage, where art, intuition, and community converge. In this immersive workshop, participants will embark on a creative exploration of the Community Suit, one of the foundational elements of the SoulCollage practice. Guided by experienced facilitators, you’ll delve into the rich symbolism and personal significance behind the cards you’ll craft, each one a unique reflection of your inner world and connection to the collective.
Date & Time: Wednesday May 1, 2024 from 10:00am-1:00pm
During this dynamic three-hour session, you’ll:
- Learn about the principles and philosophy of SoulCollage, a powerful tool for self-discovery and personal growth.
- Explore the significance of the Community Suit within the SoulCollage framework, representing our relationships, social connections, and sense of belonging.
- Engage in guided meditation and reflection exercises to tap into your intuition and unearth meaningful imagery for your cards.
- Receive hands-on guidance and support as you create your own SoulCollage cards, using a variety of mixed media materials provided.
- Share insights and experiences with fellow participants in a nurturing and supportive environment, fostering a sense of community and camaraderie.
Whether you’re new to SoulCollage or a seasoned practitioner, this workshop offers a space to deepen your understanding of yourself and your place within the larger tapestry of human connection. Come prepared to explore, create, and connect as we embark on this journey together.
No artistic experience is necessary—just an open heart and a willingness to explore the depths of your soul through the transformative power of collage.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enrich your SoulCollage practice and cultivate deeper connections within yourself and with others. Reserve your spot today and embark on a journey of self-discovery and creativity that extends far beyond the boundaries of the workshop space.
Prerequisites: SoulCollage® Introduction or equivalent.
Includes: card blanks, scissors, glue, general magazines. Please email or bring photos to support your intentional card making.
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