SoulCollage(R) Workshop with Eve Giovenco.
You’ll be emailed the Zoom Link and more information when you purchase.
Please join TOR-Tahoe for a hands-on Zoom workshop
Preparing for the New Year: Personal discovery through SoulCollage®
August 11, 2021 3:30-5:30 PM
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED – RSVP by August 6th
SoulCollage® offers a fun and easy way to dive into self-discovery and creativity using found images, imagination, and intuition. Learn the basics of creating your own 5” × 8” collaged cards that can be used for reflection and guidance as we begin the new year of 5782. Combining the ingredients of SoulCollage® and Jewish tradition makes for a very rich recipe. We will explore the month of Elul’s rich preparation for the High Holy Days.
T’shuvah, the spiritual work we do at this time of year, is an opportunity to return to a loving relationship with the Source of all life, with our own higher selves, with each other, with K’lal Yisrael, and with the Earth. Time to explore parts of ourselves and to bring love to each aspect by creating collaged cards that are both personally meaningful and contribute to a sense of community.
This is the time of year for our annual spiritual checkup, when we explore our connection with our Jewish Soul, and welcome a new year with whole hearts. Every year, as the spiral of the season returns to Elul, we have an opportunity to revisit our feelings around each level of connection, to trace our personal history.
The only prerequisite is showing up with an open heart, curious, eager, and willing to play.
The workshop will be led by Eve Giovenco, SoulCollage® Facilitator, who lives in perpetual creative response to life and loves sharing her unique blend of SoulCollage® and Jewish tradition.
“My SoulCollage experiences with Eve have stirred my creative juices. Her connections to our Jewish roots open the mind to explore and feel deeply about who we are.” (Charna Silver, Temple Bat Yam)
Please register by August 6th to receive the welcome email from Eve in time to prepare for the workshop, to give you time for gathering a few basic materials and receiving the zoom link.