Contemplative Arts & Disciplines

Write Where You Are: An Evening of Contemplative Writing (Eagle Rock)

with Debra Dysart & Alicia Vogl Saenz

December 20th

Open to all. No meditation or writing experience required. Continue »

Vision: A Shambhala Art Educator and Graduate Retreat

with Steve Saitzyk & Anne Saitzyk

January 3rd—January 6th (2019)

The creative process is about play, discovery, contemplation and meditation in action—these actions could be seen as a means to un-confuse ourselves and an opportunity to glimpse enlightened vision. Continue »

Working Creatively with Chaos (Eagle Rock)

with Miriam Hall

January 4th (2019)

Join guest teacher Miriam Hall for an experiential evening of contemplative writing. Continue »

Living A Balanced Life: Ancient Taoist Wisdom For Modern Times (Orange County)

with Carolyn Krusinski & Kate Summers

January 12th (2019)

Resolve to live a full and balanced life in the new year. Learn to balance body and mind and experience harmony and joy through the practical and accessible Taoist practices of situation awareness and qigong movement. Open to all. Continue »

Contemplative Creativity Lab: Write Where You Are (Eagle Rock)

with Debra Dysart & Alicia Vogl Saenz

January 12th (2019)

Open to all. No previous meditation or writing experience required. Continue »

Living A Balanced Life: Ancient Taoist Wisdom For Modern Times (Eagle Rock)

with Carolyn Krusinski & Kate Summers

January 13th (2019)

Resolve to live a full and balanced life in the new year. Learn to balance body and mind and experience harmony and joy through the practical and accessible Taoist practices of situation awareness and qigong movement. Open to all. Continue »

Coming to Your Senses: Shambhala Art Part One (Orange County)

with Elaine Welinder & Debra Dysart

February 2nd (2019)

Shambhala Art's purpose is to explore the creative process and the product we call art from the viewpoint of a meditative discipline. The Shambhala Art teachings are about discovery and play and the universal nature of creativity and communication. Continue »