Spiral Weekend: March 20-21

Celebrate Spring!
This week we will focus on the S P I R A L

A nautilus shell shows the Fibonacci spiral sequence

Spirals speak to us. Learn more at

Intro to Mandala Drawing

Saturday, March 20th,

3-5:30pm

at O’Hanlon Center for the Arts in Mill Valley, CA

More info here on my blog: http://wp.me/plhXq-B1
or at O’Hanlon
Please register directly with O’Hanlon –

$ 24 OHCA members, $30 non-members

Bring a compass and 12 in. ruler  if you have them. All other supplies are furnished.

Unfurl

The following morning there is a Vernal Equinox spiral walk around Mt. Tamalpais.  For me, the timing is auspicious, as I recently wrote a blog entry titled Minding The Mountain. I’m excited to participate in this walk for the first time, and offer my mandala spiral workshop as a “pre-walk” meditation.

More details about the walk will be available at the workshop.

Known as CircumTam, this 14-mile ritual walking meditation has been done since the 60’s. The practice is maintained by Matthew Davis, whose book, Opening the Mountain (Shoemaker & Hoard, 2006), tells the whole story.

Opening the Mountain has this as one of the epigraphs, from C. G. Jung:

I began to understand that the goal of psychic development is the self. There is no linear evolution; there is only a circumambulation of the self. Uniform development exists, at most, only at the beginning; later, everything points toward the center. This gave me stability, and gradually my inner peace returned.

It would be so good to see you, and I hope you will join us.
Please pass on to your friends & associates who might be interested.

happy spring
Lillian

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  1. […] The coming fall equinox will be celebrated with another Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais, aka the “CircumTam” group walk on Sunday, September 26. We meet at the lower Muir Woods parking lot at 8:00am.  Here is a little map of where to meet, below.   I did the spring equinox walk in March, and wrote about it here and here. […]



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