Saturdays, Jan 4 & 18, Feb 1 & 15, from 9am-1pm
Projective Collage is a practice of opening and relating to our innermost images and a portal of access to our deepest wisdom. It invokes our intuitions and makes them visible; increases our sensitivity and awareness to the many dimensions of ourselves; and sensitizes us to our relationships with the past and the future. If you’re looking for an opportunity to access, explore and express the energy, imagery and messages of your unique inner landscape, then Projective Collage is for you! Give your thinking brain a break, and come join us at one or more of the upcoming, half-day sessions of this intuitive, music-assisted process. You’ll begin to tune in to your deepest wisdom while resonating with printed images that subtly yet powerfully invite engagement. Then, you’ll arrange and paste them into a collage that will ‘speak’ to you in meaningful, symbolic and often surprising ways. The process provides support and rich sustenance for women interested in personal and spiritual development. And also can be satisfying and fun.
Important Note: No artistic or musical talent is necessary. There is no wrong way to make a collage. You need only to be able to listen, respond to magazine images, tear paper and use scissors and a glue stick! Materials will be provided.
Registration: To register for one or more sessions, please e-mail your full name & the dates you plan to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org. A registration form will be e-mailed to you.
Cost: $35 per 4-hour session with pre-registration; $40 at the door.
Discounts: • $5 discount per session with advanced commitment to 3-4 sessions • $10 discount for newcomer's first session • $10 discount for introducing a friend to the group
The group’s facilitator is Lindsey Beaven, MFT. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC 46826) who offers soul-centered, imagery- and arts-based therapies in San Rafael and at Marin General Hospital. She is a PhD Candidate in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute and holds an MA in Counseling Psychology (expressive arts emphasis) from the California Institute for Integral Studies; a Bachelor of Divinity from London University; a certificate in Integrative Medicine & Spirituality; and is a Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery.