Heart of SoulCollage: A Practice of Self-Discovery
An ongoing small group dedicated to a deeper exploration of SoulCollage
March 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm CST
SoulCollage® is a powerful creative process that gently enables you to hear the deep wisdom of your own inner-knowing through the practice of collage art. To deepen our understanding of and break open the meaning of our SoulCollage cards, each session will include
- 20 minutes of instruction
- guided meditation and card-making
- journaling and a brief sharing of our images, if desired
First Wednesdays, ongoing 9:30 am – Noon. Each Monthly Session offers a different theme or follow your own inner wisdom.
$25/session, includes access to basic SoulCollage supplies and a program guide for the series to facilitate creative exploration on your own between sessions. Bring additional magazines and personal images. A copy of “Into the Heart of SoulCollage” by Anne Marie Bennett is suggested, but not required
- Online registration closes one week prior to each session.
- If you are new to SoulCollage, check our program listing for ‘Introduction to SoulCollage” to learn the basics or contact Sharon Devo to learn more about joining this small group.
- Register separately for each monthly session, come to one or all, as your schedule allows.
Sharon Devo is a certified SoulCollage and Open Studio Process Facilitator, Spiritual Director and Retreat Guide. She completed training in Expressive Arts Facilitation at Abbey of the Arts in 2017. In addition to her work as Director at Tau Center, Sharon’s professional experience ranges from co-active coaching/training & development to driving a FedEx Truck . Her personal practice includes art-making, meditation and garden design. She completed the three year program “Spiritual Deepening for Global Transformation” at Christine Center and remains committed to companioning all on their spiritual journey of awakening.
Note: Tau Center in-person offerings require masking in all public areas and current vaccinations.
Tau Center: A Spirituality Ministry of the Wheaton Franciscans