Sunday, September 23, 2007

The Arts and Meditation

The Art of Meditation

Coming to Your Senses

Oct.12th 7-9pm, Oct. 13th 9-5pm

W/Charles Blackall and Hamish Tucker

Cost $45, lunch included

Please do not let finances prevent you from participating

To be genuine the creative process requires that we first perceive our world directly before we can represent it in an art form or use it as a launching pad for expression. Are we sensing things as they are, or just as we think or imagine they are?

Shambhala Art Part One explores, the nature of our perceptions and how our thoughts influence what we perceive. We will learn through meditative discipline, the source of creativity and the meaning of pure expression. We will learn that when our senses including our mind are synchronized, that our expression becomes vivid, possessing greater richness and accuracy.

Shambhala Art’s purpose is to explore the creative and viewing processes from the viewpoint of a meditative discipline. Shambhala Art does not teach a particular skill or technique. It is about the source of inspiration, its manifestation, and how it speaks to us.

To Register or enquire please email

Victoria Shambhala Meditation Centre
#1-2033 Belmont AvenueVictoria • BC • V8R 3Z7 • 383-9108

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