The Mandala Workshop
In a nourishing, well thought out, high vibration setting, cultivate your inherent abilities and experience empowering group dynamics. Set your intentions and enjoy clarity while drawing a beautiful Mandala, an expression of your unique creative self.
The word “Mandala” comes from the ancient Sanskrit and roughly translates to mean “circle.” Much more than a simple shape, a mandala is a complex, symmetrical geometric design, organized around a central point or unified center. Mandalas are powerful symbols in many cultures and spiritual practices and can also be found organically in nature.
Drawing mandalas is a wonderful activity for meditation, self-expression, quieting the mind and soothing the body. You don’t need to be an artist to create beautiful mandalas or benefit from the practice.
Creative program for families, at the Princeville Library, the last Saturday of every month.
Starting with Origami this weekend, then 3D Structures in September and Library Bag Making in October. All workshops are complimentary, thanks to the friends of the north shore library at Princeville.
“I believe in infinite potential and love to see people at awe of their own creation. In all my years of teaching, I’ve never seen an ugly Mandala. It’s some kind of magic.” – Ayala Wise