Shambhala Art Parts 1and 2, with Lisa Stanley-- POSTPONED till Oct 25-27
with Lisa Stanley
June 21 / 7:00 PM - June 23 / 5:30 PM
This event has been postponed till October 25-27.
Friday Talk Only, a suggested donation of $10
(registration not required if only attending the talk)
Saturday, June 22nd, 9 am - 5 pm Part 1 "Coming to your Senses"
Sunday, June 23rd , 9 am - 5 pm Part 2 "Seeing Things As They Are"
(Part 1 is a prerequisite)
Please Register Below.
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Shambhala Art introduces meditation and awareness exercises as a way to experience the source of every individual's inherent creativity and its genuine expression in all aspects of our lives. This program is not just for artists but is for anyone wanting to experience "art in everyday life".
Part 1: Coming to Your Senses: Sensory exercises, meditation and awareness practices are introduced as a way to connect more fully with ourselves and our world. Out of this our mind, body, and environment begin to synchronize which leads us to a state of being from which genuine expression may arise.
Part 2: Seeing Things as They Are: Through awareness practices we come to see things as they are as opposed to how we think or imagine they are. Seeing the difference between our concepts and our direct experience empowers and opens our creative and viewing processes.
Lisa Stanley has been a practicing artist and teacher of fine arts for over thirty years. Her work has been exhibited at venues such as Princeton, NYU and the Museum of Contemporary Arts Denver. Ms. Stanley has been a Shambhala Buddhist practitioner since the 1970's. She was introduced to the Dharma Art teachings as an assistant to Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. She helped to develop the Shambhala Art program and has taught the curriculum since 1996. She recently moved to Portland from the Karme Choling Meditation Retreat Center in Vermont.