Meditation Drawing Circle

Opening to New Beginnings: January – March Mindful Doodling Series

No drawing ability required and no art materials needed. Simply bring a pen/pencil and paper and a cup of tea.

Summary: We will be exploring the idea of new beginnings as we slowly unfurl from the Winter’s darkness. Through doodling and meditating, we will express how that looks for you, what’s stirring in your inner world and what energies are around us as we begin.

Every Monday evening , I invite you to find yourself a cosy place, a space where you can relax and recover. We’ll come together in community to share our images, allowing the ease of mark making to soothe and calm the soul.

This Late Winter and Early Spring course is based on the themes of new beginnings and hope. Allow yourself be guided through a series of mindful drawing exercises, all designed specifically to bring to gently and slowly back to yourself.  This is a great weekly tool to destress and build resilience.

We will tune into our internal world through breath and movement and connect to the outer world through marks and lines. Each session contains a short meditation or visualisation followed by a simple guided creative exercise. After the session, you will feel grounded, centred and ready to face the world again.

5th February- 11th March

Monday 8 – 8.50pm (GMT)

Price: €60

 

If you are curious about whether mindful doodling is for you, check out my You Tube Channel for free sample mini workshops. Watch below:

Creative Meditation Human Design

 

60.00

Meditation drawing is a gentle way for us to to slow down and calm ourselves in the busyness of day to day life. When we draw in community, we share that space, benefitting from each other’s presence and support.

Meditation Drawing is perfect for those with no artistic background yet are curious about how creativity can help us feel more ease and flow in their daily lives. It allows us to tune into the energy within our own bodies or the transits that play out in our lives.

Mindful drawing combines some of the basic principles of meditation – focusing on the breath, noticing the sensations in the body, turning the attention inwards – with simple repetitive mark making and line drawing. Meditation drawing has been associated with improving memory, assisting in processing overwhelm and stress, enhancing self-awareness, and helping with learning.

Meditation drawing also tunes us into that creative being we all have inside. Here, we can open our imagination to all sorts of possibilities, helping us to unstick ourselves from limited thinking. In my own experience, it has been such an effective tool in managing stress and overwhelm on a regular basis and I love sharing this with you.