Enjoy a nurturing afternoon deepening our gratitude practices through creative expressions honoring our inner and outer landscapes.
Kimberly will facilitate an exploration of nature, art, and connection with the more than human world drawing on mindfulness practices, nature-centered spirituality and ecotherapy.
Mandala comes from the Sanskrit word ‘circle’. Throughout history mandalas have been used in different cultures to represent a spiritual connection with the universe. Usually round with intricate symmetrical patterns and shapes, mandalas re-establish and strengthen relationships within the natural world and ourselves. Gratitude is a key component of our perspective of our happiness. It is a reflective inner sense which when practiced has the power to transition thought processes, strengthen our emotional intelligence, relationships and increase our sense of well-being.