Our ancestors instinctively knew the power of the circle that modern societies have largely forgotten. The circle symbolizes wholeness and completion; creating a circular garden or sacred space, indoors or on a postage stamp lot can be a very grounding and healing tool.
Common features of sacred circles from around the world will be explored. The fundamentals of sacred space, which can be replicated inside and outside the home, will be outlined.
Based on their own unique intention, participants will each create a mini-sacred space using items found in nature. To conclude the day, an Earth Mandala will be created indoors by the entire group.
Bring a lunch; water and tea are available on premise.
Materials list: Bring a collection of stones, shells, tree nuts, cones, herbs, flowers (from pine, spruce, etc.), feathers and the like. All materials will return with their 'steward' at the end of the workshop. Materials for Earth Mandala provided by Kat.
Presented by Kat Beaudoin (www.katbeaudoin.com; fb: Kat Beaudoin, Hope Belief Trust; Contact: 207-446-8099 or
Registration: Fee is you register before April 10 is $60 per person; after April 10, fee is $70 per person.
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Zardus Art of Massage and Wellness Center is located at 1 Lincoln Avenue in Gardiner