with Kirsten Carpentier
Saturday, Oct 20, 2012, 1:30pm – 5:00pm
This is the first part of a two part series. They can each be taken separately.
Integrating Polarities Mandorla Description:
What common ground do seemingly opposite desires share? Is there room for common ground?
We all have parts of our lives that seem at odds with each other. Examples include the need for family-time and professional time, or the desire for independence and the desire for community. The mandorla is two mandalas intersecting to symbolize the interaction and integration of opposites. Using guided mediation and creative exploration we will discover where our wholeness lies.
Experience Level: All Levels
Minimum Students: 3 Maximum Students: 10
Materials Cost: Included in the class fee
Class Fee: $35
Total Cost: $35
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