9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 29, 2017
Providence Spirituality & Conference Center
Registration deadline: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Cost: $50 (includes lunch and all supplies)
All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Event is Open for registration. Use the form below to register today.
Experience the ancient practice of Mandala, a sacred form of circular art.
Through creating mandalas which are spiritual, joyful and meditative, we connect our unconscious and conscious. Let the mind settle down. Be calm, relax and unwind. The mandalas will provide an inclusive and complete wholeness, observed in the creative process of painting. The final presentation will reveal intuition and insight, integrity of human existence and structure of the universe.
Sister Su-Hsin Huang has been creating mandalas for over thirty years. Many of the mandalas she creates are free-form with each representing something happening in her life or how she is feeling. Using this ancient art is how Sister Su-Hsin “writes” her spiritual journal with images rather than words.
In this workshop participants will be given the tools to create their own mandalas and how to use them as a “window” to express their inner selves on a path of self-discovery and connection with the Divine indwelling. Sister Su-Hsin will teach participants how to create both free-form and structured mandalas.
Achieve a harmonious state, create your own sacred space and enhance your source of energy. No art experience is necessary and all supplies will be provided.
Sister Su-Hsin Huang
Sister Su-Hsin Huang, SP, is a Minister of Care. She has used mandalas for prayer, relaxation, integration, creation and spiritual journaling for more than 30 years. She learned mandala work from Tibet Lama and has attended many mandala workshops.