The sharing of a transformational tool. As an educator and clinician I love interacting personally with students and teach them how can we keep our sanity in todays's world by using the right side of the brain- that doesn't judge ort analyze- to express feelings, fears, painful mammories or current life issues in a safe activity such as mandala creation.
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The mandala work offered via worshops or private consultations is based on the work of Carl Jung, Austrian psychiatric who used mandalas as an exploratory tool into the subconscious mind.
1. Consultation: is it for educational, therapeutical or relaxation purpose.
2. Introduction the concept, history, uses and healing benefits of drawing and coloring mandalas work with a power point presentation.
3. Expose student to all art media and allow exploration until student finds a preferance.
4. Teach student how to draw a mandala (grids, symbols, shapes and forms) and color it.
5. Provide symbolism behind chosen symbols, forms and colors for better understanding of how mandalas express our inner selves.
5. Have student share the experience and insights.
6. Teach the student how to develp a daily practice of mandala journaling and how it can become a meditative practice.
Depending on the needs or preferences of the students, lessons afe offered on the creation of healing mandalas using ancient archetypal symbols.