Drawing from guided visualisations - you imagine that you are a tiny seed, growing a tap root down, a first shoot up through the earth, a root system, a canopy, and then visualise the leaves taking in the energy of the sun, spreading it around your tree and sending energy through roots and fungal network to other trees in your forest.
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I have found your session great and allowing me the time to reflect and stop, I really enjoy practicing yoga and find your workshops allow me to slip into that meditative state. Friday was end the end of a week where I had been working with confusion which goes not sit well with me. So during the week I had been learning about sitting with the felt experience of confusion and during your session I felt calm and at ease, it reminded me of the new present moment and being at ease in the felt experience, hence why I did the new seed. The second part was the energetic seedling and the vibrancy of connecting with others.
Amazing thank you so much.
Thanks for today's session, there was such a lovely energy. It is so interesting the way everyone uses their drawings to share their emotional and physical preoccupations (and even, perhaps, things they are less consciously aware of...) The second drawing was such a pleasure to make, and I really got into the idea of the interconnectedness of us all, sharing a screen, as well as empathy. I was so moved to think about the fact that aspen woods are all from a single plant, and I have just been to the one in Brockwell Park, behind the paddling pool and duck pond, to listen to the aspen leaves shimmy.
Yes to energies and eyes and the crackling network of goodness! Thank you again so much for creating the space in which this nourishing connection can happen.
Here are my 2 pics. I got shiny with graphite! As I said, the first was influenced by my lovely chunky 6B mechanical pencil. It felt very sturdy, like the tree I sheltered under during a storm last week. The whorl relates to a strange chest pain. The second drawing was such a pleasure to make, and I really got into the idea of the interconnectedness of us all, sharing a screen, as well as empathy.