Creativity As a Spiritual Practice (In-Person)

Admission

  • $75.00

Summary

Nancy Kern, Cherie Ray
Saturday, Mar 30
1 - 4pm CT

Collage and creatively explore our innate ability to relocate our calm center when it seems to disappear.

Description

At times, we can feel disheveled in the midst of chaotic world events. We all need a safe vehicle to support our relaxation and invite insights – to find meaning in the face of uncertainty. Come find your grounded center in this intuitive collage workshop. After privately acknowledging what has taken our peace – with a guided meditation and gentle self-tapping, together known as Emotional Freedom Technique – we will use what we find to inspire a collage, and creatively explore our innate ability to relocate our calm center when it seems to disappear.  This workshop is an invitation to explore the nature of intuitive creativity, and it's powers to transform and support.  All materials will be provided.  No experience is necessary, and no critiques are allowed.


This program is being offered IN-PERSON, and will NOT be recorded.

All times are CT. Please contact onlinelearning@junghouston.org with any questions.

Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.


Cherie Ray, MLA, is a coach and consultant to business leaders, teams, and individuals who are successful but feeling disillusioned, disconnected, and frustrated. Her clients have found they can enjoy the success they’ve worked so hard for AND feel richly connected to life and their creative potential. To know more about her work visit cherieray.com.

Nancy Kern is an empowered spiritual navigator who helps women access their soul’s guidance and follow it. Her techniques are gentle, deeply transformational, and grounding. She leads workshops including spiritual activism circles, women’s blessing circles, and #MeToo groups. She has been doing holistic healing since 1977. To learn more visit nancykern.com.


 

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