Touch Drawing Personal Use, SoulCards Personal Use, Facilitating Touch Drawing, Facilitating SoulCards
What brings you to an interest in Touch Drawing or SoulCards?
I have had a set of Soul Cards for many years, and have often marveled at their beauty and soulful messages. 21 months ago, I lost my youngest daughter tragically and since then I have turned to art as a way of being with her. I think that touch drawing would be a wonderful skill in expressing grief for myself and others, so I wanted to come and learn and experience this.
My experience applies to:
Therapy, Art, Creativity, Social Work, Spiritual, Intuitive, Meditation, Family, Expressive Arts, Creative Art Therapy
Other areas of interest & experience
I have been an ametuer artist for most of my life, I am a retired massage therapist, and taught meditation for several years. Currently volunteering with a Victim's advocacy group.
Have you done Touch Drawing?
How did you find out about the Touch Drawing Community?
I just visited your website for Melissa and I am behind you.... it is so important for us to bring awareness to the dangers of reckless driving, particularly to our youth. I was glad to read that Melissa's story is being shared in driver ed classes................ May Melissa touch the lives of many in a positive way. Love, Amanda
I am just easing back into my homelife from Washington and Colorado. It was so meaningful for me to share our space and hearts during this 2008 Gathering. Your drawings are inspiring. Let the healing continue for us all. With love, Pat
Well, my first day back in the 'world', returning from the Touch Drawing Gathering 2008. I haven't even really begun to process this wonderful week yet, but I know it will be a source of strength and support for me throughout the year. It was the most amazing thing I have ever done. Thank you all, so very much.
It will be an honor to room with you at this gathering. I think I understand why we were matched. Our profiles are very similar and I, too have used Touch Drawing to help me recover from the death of my stepson, Gabriel. He died 5 years ago from complications after a double lung transplant. He was 28 and a day does not go by that I don't miss his sweet "body" coming in the door. Art was and is our soul connection. I look forward to meeting you next Sunday. Pat