Manifesting your Life in 2020
Create a life that makes your heart sing
Duration: One day workshop 9am - 5.30pm,
East Fremantle Studio- Sat January 18th, Dunsborough Hall- Sunday January 12th
What would you like to create in the New Year and what qualities would you like to bring to your life? What would you like to change?
In this fun and powerful workshop we will look at the key areas of relationships, health, spirituality, career, finance, play and creativity.
Through a series of deep guided visualizations that journey through the areas above, we will tune into your higher self and see what you want to manifest. What is going to make you thrive? What is going to make your heart sing? What is going to create a greater flow in your life? We will take this answer, make a clear intention with it and paint and draw it in your mandala. Learn how to do this with an open heart.
The mandala will sit in a tree of life to ground and centre your intention.
To create from the heart through focused intention whilst creating is a very good way of manifesting the seeds of your creativity into existence. It also acts as great balance in your life.
There will be plenty of help with drawing and painting skills to help you more easily express yourself. You will create an acrylic paint base and draw with pastels on top of 200gsm Canson watercolour paper.
Beginner and experienced artists are welcome.
“Dawn’s mandala workshop is a warm, safe and invigorating space to explore your sacred goals. Guided meditations help you create your mandala for your best year ever. Dawn is a treasure – a talented artist and wonderful teacher.” Pip Brennan
Early bird until Jan 1st $200
$220 full price.
$200 Bring a friend
Book with just a $60 and pay the balance on the day or online beforehand. Please ask me for details.
All art materials, morning and afternoon tea are included.
Bring a plate to share for lunch.
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“I have had an amazing year, and I feel this helped! So far, 8 out of the 9 things I was manifesting have eventuated.
I had my painting mounted in a frame and it is in our living area so that I see it all of the time. My framer is happy to replace the painting in the frame each year.” Beck Tichbon