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Transformational mask making with Dina Ostrovsky

Golden Drum center, Green point, Brooklyn

http://www.goldendrum.org/

 

October 30, 7pm-10pm

 

Lets celebrate this Halloween by transforming our fears into the celebration of creativity.

We all have them, small or big, it is a part of our human nature.

Years of exploration of my own fears helped me to transform them and help others with their fears. I found that even a seamlessly small and unimportant fear can block one's creativity and path to success.  As long as you push your fears away, deny or ignore them, it will hold you captive and keep you emotionally frozen, and unable to move forward. During this workshop we’ll explore our fears and use playful and gentle methods to unblock them and release this energy into art and play.

 

This workshop will combine the methods of creative art healing, process work (Process Oriented Psychology developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell) and the ideas of Tibetan practice of Chod.

 

Suggested Exchane $35 if prepaid, $45 at the door

Seminar leader Dina Ostrovsky, info: www.TERRApia.org




 

Let’s celebrate Halloween by learning how to transform our fears into a feast of creativity.  All of us have fears,   large or small.  And that’s perfectly normal.

Years of exploration of exploring my own fears and helping others learn about and transmute  theirs, had led me to discover that even seamlessly small and unimportant fear can block one's creativity and path to success.  As long as you we push away, deny or ignore fear, it will hold you us captive,  and keep you us emotionally frozen and unable to move forward.  During this workshop, we’ll explore our fears and use playful and gentle methods to unblock them and release this their energy into art  and play.  

This workshop will combine the methods of creative art healing, process work (Process Oriented Psychology developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell) and the ideas of Tibetan practice of Chod


 

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