What we’re about
WHAT IS A WILDER CREATIVITY?
It's permission to create from the state of total allowance without the need to satisfy our productivity and competition-driven minds. Here we create for the pleasure of the process and because the wisdom of listening to our creative soul brings an abundance of gifts. We can find solace, wisdom and uplifting joy when we create from our heart. To create widely is to sacrifice doubt, worries, and not-enoughness on the altar of the muses and allow blue space, exotic birds, rare songs, and poetic rhymes to fill your soul.
We meet in person as well as online to support our creativity, and spiritual growth, and we create a loving space for creating, sharing, enjoying the time togheter and allowing the self to experience a moment of creative Zen.
Process-oriented art is a way to go deeper into our own soul by utilizing gentle but very deeply introspective art techniques. We allow ourselves to be in the flow of our creative process, without criticism, a need for productivity, or competition.
Process oreinted art is a fantastic way to attract better feeling feelings. Whether we're calling on abundance, love, healing, or adventure, the creative process opens the doors to solutions and ideas we could not access previously.
In our classes, we create rituals, blessings, mantras, mandalas, paintings, dolls, and whatever else is needed to alchemize and fully embrace our ever-emerging creative enthusiasm and love of life.
With warmest blessings
Our sister meetup for Tarot, Oracle & Runes Enthusiast can be found here.
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"The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time" - Mary Oliver
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- MONTHLY MANDALAS - Goddess infused creative workshop.2021 Asheville Hwy, Hendersonville, NC$65.00
WHAT ARE MONTHLY MANDALAS CLASSES
STAGE III MARCH 25 - Freya - Fertility, Nurturance & Expansion
During each class, we will create a mandala that reflects your current stage in life. This process comes with a key to unlock the meaning behind your creation. By analyzing the colors, symbols, shapes, and elements of your mandalas, you will discover where you are in life and what are your gifts and challenges at this time.
Each month we also follow the evolution of the Great Wheel of the year, and we meet a Goddess that guides us through that month. This will be a mandala that represents universal patterns unfolding in a yearly cycle of changes. After some more journaling, the group concludes with an opportunity to share creative work with others.
THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU IF YOU ARE - a midwife of the new earth, a creative soul, a hero on a journey, a modern hermit, or you just want to paint cool mandalas.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
- Your favorite medium; crayons, markers, pastels, watercolors, acrylic paints
- Collage materials of your choosing (optional)
- Circular objects of different sizes to trace for your mandala outlines (optional)
- Canvas, paper, or any background you wish.
- Journaling gear
I will bring my favorite mixed media materials to share, plus music, candles, snacks, and magic!
COST: $65 - $89 - please look for details here
10.00 - 2.00 pm
STAGE I JANUARY 25- Sheila Na Gig - The Void, and the New Beginnings.
STAGE II FEBRUARY 23- Brigid - the Flame of Life
STAGE III MARCH 25 - Freya - Fertility, Nurturance & Growth
Following months to be announced
to register please go to this link
MORE ABOUT MANDALAS
Mandalas from ancient times often symbolized the revolutions of time itself in an attempt to show orderly changes in nature and the affairs of human beings.
At the root of many if not all mandalas is the human longing to know oneself, to experience harmony, and to grasp one’s place in the Cosmos. Mandalas denote a unification of opposites, serve as expressions of the self, and represent the sum of who we are
Mandala drawing is an ancient practice with roots in Tibetan Buddhism and was adopted by Carl Jung. Jung noted that when a mandala image suddenly turned up in dreams or art, it was usually an indication of movement toward a new self-knowledge. Jung believed mandala drawing helps integrate and improve psychological harmony. The practice has since been developed in various modern forms of art therapy.
goddess on a coffee break