An Artist's Quest

Rock On…

248.River stones

Women’s Quest rocks this mandala meditation session

Lately I have been designing mixed modality meditation workshops with a variety of different groups that come to The Bishop’s Ranch.  This week I had the opportunity to work with Colleen Cannon and her Women’s Quest retreat (Women’s Quest Site).  Colleen leads women’s empowerment retreats and takes women all over the country to go on “adventures for body, mind and spirit”.  She asked me to design an art meditation for her group during their stay at the Ranch. Last night I got to work with this delightful group of women.  During the day they had biked for many miles around Sonoma county and after dinner joined me in a meditation session that lead to these beautiful intention filled stones.  Each color on the stone relates to an intention or goal.  I had them each make two stones, one to take home with them and one to leave in a little meditation spot here at the Ranch-  I plan to do this project with all the summer campers this year and as the summer passes the rock cairns of good intentions will grow!

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3 responses

  1. Anne R. Blanton

    Your creativity continues to flow dear Lisa! love, anne

    May 26, 2016 at 3:49 pm

  2. Jane Heath

    I love the thought of the rock cairns developing as each group of visitors flows through the ranch on their journeys of discovery and refection throughout the summer. Conjures up images of a river eroding the earth as it rushes by then depositing its load down stream as it slows down.

    May 28, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    • Very nice wordsmithing Jane – I just might use that metaphor next time I lead this activity!

      May 30, 2016 at 3:01 pm

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