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Meditation, Malas and Mandalas: Practices Which Center Us

Come treat yourself to a day of quiet, meditation, walking the labyrinth, creative expression, and time to come back to your center.

You will have the opportunity for simple expressive art—making a mandala and a meditation bracelet, called a “mala.”

Pat Shutts will lead the group through meditation and various methods to make mandalas and malas  which can be used as your everyday spiritual practice.

Sunday, January 12, 2020
8:30am—3:00pm
Cost of $55 includes $10 non-refundable deposit, art supplies, and the noon meal.

 

Pat Shutts holds a BA in Theology and an MA in Pastoral Studies and a certificate in spiritual guidance from Creighton University.  Pat brings her gift of compassionate listening and openness to the Spirit.  She is a lay covenant member of the Wheaton Franciscans and is part of the Sophia Zen Sangha.

Missy Isely-Poltrock  is a Carthage College graduate and a member of the Lemon Street Gallery in Kenosha.  She has had art pieces in various shows, including the Anderson Arts Winter Juried Show, Watercolor Wisconsin at the Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Artful Women in Madison, and a solo show at Pop More Corks in Lake Geneva.  She has a great fondness for collage and assemblage, believes each of us has a divine inner artist, and invites everyone to be kind to oneself.

 

 

 

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Meditation, Malas and Mandalas

$10.00 deposit required
$55.00
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