Hannah, who is an art therapist and SoulCollage Facilitator, offered a plethora of materials for us to use and did a beautiful job of facilitating the class, which included handouts, information, resources, and encouragement to let our intuitive selves begin a collage process that promised to be personally enriching and meaningful.
At the end of the two hours we looked at and shared the first cards we had made with each other.
"Community cards represent sentient beings. This is the part of the deck for people you know---friends and family. You may also make cards for people you want in your life...people you admire and whose energy you wish to have present. Most community cards include a photograph of the person being honored on the card, but it is also possible to make cards with the images that are symbolic of the person...cards that "feel like" the person you wish to represent."
It became obvious to me that I was choosing pictures of children in twos that represented my twin grand children. My card shows their interests in education; music; play; and the Hebrew word in the lower center means Blessed. How much more appropriate could that be for how I feel about these children in my life? It sang to me!
Thank you Hannah for inviting me. I appreciate the opportunity to learn from you and this process. See you next Sunday! ;-) ****
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