For centuries both women and men have gathered in circles with like-minded others to commune and connect. Circles are symbols of interconnectedness, unity and wholeness. We thrive not in isolation, but in togetherness.
The call to participate and belong in a circle, a ‘tribe’, is an innate call that many of us are experiencing today. We are yearning for a sense of togetherness, belonging, sharing and support.
Many of us are also feeling the call to re-connect with the creative aspects of ourselves. Social conditioning has caused us to lose connection with our creative roots. We believe the ‘creative person’ label belongs exclusively to artists, writers, musicians, etc. However, each and EVERY one of us is born creative and imaginative. Creativity, although innate in all of us, requires re-awakening and cultivation for many of us.
a space where community thrives and innate creativity blossoms;
a posse that celebrates YOU and the unique gifts you bring to the world;
a gathering that inspires and restores your creative confidence;
a kindred clan coming together to share stories, creative projects, meditation, sacred ritual, and our hearts (& hands);
a collective of powerful co-creators!
This is my vision for the Heart & Hands Creative Circle.
If this vision resonates with you, I would love for you to join me...
Heart & Hands Creative Circle
cultivating and holding space for an online creative community
'Meditate & Create' Circles + Workshops
Gold Coast to Brisbane areas.
Join me here.
Heart & Hands Creative Circular
I will connect with you via your inbox monthly to share…
my musings, my ‘how tos’, my loves, my news, & special discounts for You.
Plus each month I will gift two subscribers a Create It Yourself kit!
“As women connect around our circular earth, we are creating networks -- circles within a larger circle, all part of this spiralling galaxy and an expanding field of creative form and force. We carry within us a spark of light initiated with the big bang -- that same creative power that birthed the universe.” - Sharon G. Mijares