- A Celebration of Mandala Art
Anusuya will be one of the featured mandala artists, showing Life Myth Mandala. Giclee prints will be available.
Opening Sunday, March 4 – 12:30 to 2:00, running through March 31 – at the Doll Gardner Gallery.
The gallery is open to the public and is located in the sanctuary of the West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in a beautiful forested setting at 8470 S.W. Oleson Road, Portland, OR. Gallery hours are Sundays 12:30-2, and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00am-noon, Wednesday and Friday 1 – 2:30pm, or by appointment.
For over 40 years, this gallery in SW Portland has exhibited work of a wide range of artists, from the celebrated to the emerging.
503-646-4820 – for more information
Fun, Easy Ways to Reduce Daily Stress
(By Getting Creative with Your Inner Critic!)
• Identify what ‘stops’ you from living the way you want to live
• Effective and fun new ways to soften habits and transform stress
• Quickly reach creative, innovative solutions
This fun hands-on workshop introduces creative techniques specially tailored to your specific life situation. You’ll acquire practical new skills you can use right away.
DATE CHANGED TO: Saturday, APRIL 28th from 1:00 to 3:00
at Cypress Beauty and Wellness, 1616 SE Bybee Blvd. in Sellwood
$30 – Call to pre-register as space is limited
The 2nd International Association of Process Oriented Psychology Conference
Portland, Oregon USA at PSU Smith Memorial Union
February 25th – Rainbow Medicine
Symptom Work, Movement Work, Pain and Chronic Illness
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Plenary Session #2 Unfolding the Meaning and Mythic Patterns Behind Chronic Body Symptoms, Symptoms.
Salome Schwarz, PhD, Dipl PW & Anusuya StarBear, MAPW, Dipl PW
Unfolding the Meaning and Mythic Patterns Behind Chronic Body Symptoms
Salome and Anusuya will talk about how body symptoms are not only a disturbance but also a powerful way to discover our wholeness and multifaceted selves. The key to life lies in discovering the unique powers and hidden gifts that are encoded in our body symptoms, dreams, and the world around us. Anusuya and Salome will demonstrate process work methods that allow us to explore potential meanings behind chronic body symptoms and the ensuing emotional and psychic pain. A slide show of Anusuya’s artwork will serve as an example of how creatively working with body experiences can relate to a mythic pattern or organizing principle behind one’s life.