Centering: Mandala and Labyrinth
With Dana Lynne Andersen and Amy Saha
March 21 - 25, 2018
The Mandala and the Labyrinth are sacred containers of wholeness and holiness. In this deeply experiential week we will use these ancient forms to guide us home to the center within our own Being.
Re-calibrate your Life! Get back on track. Get to the essence of your reason for BEING here on Earth- your own unique mission and purpose. Use the power of the Mandala and Labyrinth to let go of what is old, inessential and distracting. Return to the core of WHO YOU REALLY ARE and what you are here to do. Through these Ancient Sacred Forms you can re-align your center with the forces of creation.
Working with the Mandala helps us to come to the deep center within us. Here, at the core of our Being, we remember our true priorities and align with the highest purpose of our life journey.
Similarly, the Labyrinth is an ancient tradition that uses an outer path to bring us to our own center. Whether made of stones on sand or inlaid marble in a Cathedral, a Labyrinth is a circuitous winding path that leads to the center and back. Walking the labyrinth invokes a state of meditation, a pathway of prayer and an archetypal blueprint of our soul’s long journey.
Each participant will be guided in a process of inwardly centering deep within themselves, while outwardly creating their own unique healing Mandala- a powerful visual tool for clarifying & focusing your life. We will also together create an actual Labyrinth, and experience its power on a magical evening with candlelight and live music.
Dana Lynne Andersen is a multimedia artist, writer, playwright and teacher who has taught and exhibited on three continents. Her paintings have been featured on the covers of books, magazines and calendars. Her artwork, as well as her visionary thinking, has been explored in newspapers, radio and television. Dana has a Master’s Degree in…
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Amy completed the Transformational Art Certification at the Awakening Arts Academy in Assisi, Italy in 2017 and continues to be a student of Dana Lynne Andersen. She lives in lake Oswego with her husband and daughter where she plays part-time in her basement studio. She creates and teaches the rest…
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