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Experiencing the creative self through Mandala Art
September 17 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm UTC+0Rs.500
Each person’s life is like a mandala – a vast, limitless circle. We stand in the center of our own circle, and everything we see, hear and think forms the mandala of our life.”
– Pema Chodron
A mandala is a sacred circle. Mandala (Sanskrit for “completion”) has a long history and is recognized for its deep spiritual meaning and representation of wholeness.
Each mandala that we create is a portrait of inner self – our ideas, feelings, emotions, and concepts. It is an exercise in visualizing and capturing the dynamism of our inner landscape.
Its intrinsic appeal lies in the fact that it relates to everything from each cell that we are composed of to the life that surrounds us – from the micro to the macro – all the patterns found in nature.
The connection to the celestial circles – the sun, the moon and the stars brings our attention back to the inner sphere. There is an implied dynamism within a circle, perhaps because of lack of corners. No beginning, no end. Eternity.
About the Workshop : This workshop shall be moderated by Jessica Singh In this workshop, we will practice establishing a connection with our creative selves, seep in the sacred geometry that we observe and bring it out on paper. We will also explore and identify it’s use in the heritage of the Humayun Tomb complex.
By the end of the session, you will have your very own personalized mandalas to take away. And we will also indulge in developing a group mandala, through which we can have a glimpse of an experience the flow of sacred energies.
About the Facilitator: Jessica is from Delhi but belongs everywhere. An Oxford graduate who specializes in gender and education; she currently works as an independent consultant in the social development sector.
Her passion for art found vent in her start-up, artySORTS that professes ‘Live Your Art’ through photography, graphic design, and curated art walks and workshops. This diversified immersion in living an artful life attuned to self – gives her the opportunity to indulge unexplored ideas and experience them. Mandala, as a concept has become a part of her and makes her feel more connected spiritually as she observes mandalas around her all the time. She is a certified Reiki and Pranic Healer practitioner who chooses to design her own spiritual path through art.
Venue : Humayun’s Tomb.
Date and Day : 17th September/ Sunday
Timings : 3pm to 6pm
Meeting point : Ticket counter of Humayun’s Tomb.
Payment Details :
1.) Charges : ₹500 (inclusive of entry ticket to monument and art material)
2.) For registering for the workshop participants need to shoot an email on
Pay through Paytm on 9810786979.
For queries call Bela Upadhyay on 9810786979