Contemplative Arts

Contemplative Arts & Disciplines

Shambhala Art Part 5 - Art in Everyday Life

with Rebekah Younger & Miriam Hall

January 25th—January 26th

This class explores using the four actions, Pacifying, Enriching, Magnetizing and Destroying to work with obstacles in the creative process and life. The program will end with a Feast of the Four Actions, open to the community at large. Continue »

Feast of the Four Actions

with Rebekah Younger & Miriam Hall

January 26th

An evening celebration for the entire community to honor the graduates of the Shambhala Art Program and experience their final project an environmental installation of the Four Actions (Karmas) Pacifying, Enriching, Magnetizing and Destroying Continue »

Coming to Your Senses: An Introduction to Shambhala Art

with Rebekah Younger & Paul Romejko

February 15th

Coming to Your Senses: An Introduction to Shambhala Art explores the fertile ground of connecting to our sense perceptions and meditative mind for creative expression. Continue »

Seeing Things as They Are: Shambhala Art Part Two

with Rebekah Younger & Paul Romejko

March 21st

Seeing Things as They Are: Shambhala Art Part Two looks more closely at the process of perception and how our thinking influences our perceptions. Continue »

Kado: Rigden School of Ikebana

with Artist to the Court Marcia Shibata

April 3rd—April 5th

This will be a very special and unique weekend program on the ancient art of Kado. Discover and cultivate the source of creativity, and learn how to express that in flower arranging. Kado is a meditative, contemplative understanding of self, nature, space Continue »