Saturday, February 15, 2014

Intuitive Ways to use a Sketchbook

Here is our up to date news,  Tomorrow we are at Wimbledon doing readings and I will be doing a mini workshop.  The address of the venue is Merton Manor Club, 76 Kingston Road, Wimbledon, SW19 1LA. Nigel Irving will also be doing an Astrology Workshop and I can assure you this on its own will be well worth going to.  The readers include Liz Gale, Sarah Jane,  Nigel Irving,  Daniel Naughnane (drawing pictures of your guides), Clare Grey and myself Patricia McNally. There will also be Reiki amongst other things including stalls with our knitted items plus a jewellery and book stall.  As I mentioned in our last post we are at the David Nason Centre on Wednesday 19th February as mentioned in our last post starts at 7.30pm.  Again on the 23rd February we are back at Barbara Barnes little haven in Docklands details again in our last post.  Here at last are the details of our new workshops.  This is going to be exciting, fun and informative. " Intuitive Ways of Using a Sketchbook"  Daniel wrote this for the website and I am sharing it with you.  "Sketchbooks are not just for drawing in and you certainly don’t have to be able to draw to use one.  In these on going workshops we’ll use a variety of methods to create images.  You do not have to be able to draw to take part.  All we ask is that you are willing to give in to your creative urges and allow your inner child to come out and play. We will then use the images produced as tools to explore and heighten your intuitive and spiritual abilities using a number of fun experiments (the emphasis in all our workshops is learning and enlightenment with a generous helping of love, light and laughter thrown in).We hope you can join us on this exciting journey of self-discovery through creativity. Please bring with you an A4 Sketchbook (not tear off) or if you prefer a cheap scrapbook, but you must have somewhere to store and record your images as they will also be used for future workshops.  Most basic materials will be provided including teas and light refreshments, but pleased bring a lunch".  This will start in the 18th March and be a fortnightly event we hope.  More details when all details have been confirmed, but the idea at the moment is to run it from 12 noon to around 5pm.   

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