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The EartHeart Journey is a sharing of my experiences from earth, heart, and art. My reflections have evolved on so many levels since I started journal writing when I was 11. What used to be a blog for my art projects and some public musings is now becoming a portal for sharing about consciousness, creativity, sustainability… of light, life, and love. Everything here is part of a sacred journey to oneness within and everywhere. However you resonate, may it reveal to you you inspiration, intuition, or insight for your own life journey.

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Sunday, November 21, 2010

chalk mandala!

Months ago my little friends from the neighborhood gave me on two instances, spiral surprises outside my gate with my name on it and it truly warmed my heart as I was also going through sadness at that time.

Inspired by their work, i co-created a beautiful mandala with them last september using chalk pastels (which are excellent medium by the way) but the rain poured down just as I was about to take a photo! it was truly a beautiful colorful flower mandala.

since then every time i go out of the gate, the kids would ask me when we're ever going to work on another one. and months passed by as i have been very busy.

but today, i promised i'd make one with them in the afternoon. so they waited and waited all day peeping through my gate asking for my attention as I was doing my morning pages, then my lunch in the garden. 
Until finally I told them I'm about to go out....

they surprised me with rose petals that they showered all over me!  

and with colored and white chalk, we worked our way to create a fantastic mandala with stars and hearts :-)

and we had a caterpillar that snuck in my pants and a rooster visit us as we were working :-)
check out more photos on my picasa photo album



108 Million Teachers of Peace said...

Love to hear/read some of the comments made by the kids, what they liked, learned? Good "work" Sarah.

Sarah Queblatin said...

Hey Dan! thanks :-) usually when I start an art workshop its more of play first... then serious stuff after. thanks for reminding. i plan to have processing during the succeeding activities. will definitely share :-) Namaste!

The No Show said...

Hey Sarah! Ang ganda :) (Densio nga pala ito)

Sarah Queblatin said...

Salamat Densio! :-)