Monday, December 17, 2012

Give the Gift of "Wisdom Circles"

This holiday season, if you are looking for an beautiful and affordable gift for someone special in your life, why not consider giving the gift of "Wisdom Circles".

This gentle, self-paced, online workshop takes you on a deeply personal journey of self-exploration and art-journaling through the sacred art of mandala making.

This could be the ideal gift for someone special in your life, or even for yourself.

Wisdom Circles are sacred mandalas that we create through visualization and creative flow.

In this gentle program we explore our dreams and desires that we weave into our own sacred circles using symbols and color.

Mandala making is a very ancient art form that permeates through almost every thread of civilization and religion.  It is a beautifully intuitive, calming, and very and powerful.

If you would like to give the gift of "Wisdom Circles" to someone special this holiday season, simply select "Gift Certificate" in the Pay Pal payment options and I will send you a downloadable gift certificate for you to print out and personalize.

This is a beautiful workshop that will resonate with participants for years to come. For more information, or to purchase Wisdom Circles, please click here.

Thanks for checking in. xx


  1. wow, that's totally gorgeous Dion. Then, I do always love your zendalas. You have to answer a question though, what IS that gorgeous grey color you used outer layers of the mandala?? It a twink colour or what? It reminds me of paynes grey, but I wanted to check.
    Merry Christmas!
    Much Love from cold Canada,

    1. Hi Jenn, Merry Christmas. That is actually a grey Tombow water soluble marker that was swiped across the line, then diluted with water. There are some lovely grey's in the Twinkling H2O range as well. Wintermist Gray, Hunter Gray, & Smokey Diamonds which is a darker gray, almost black.

      Stay warm my friend. Hugs xx

  2. Hi Dion,Merry Christmas.I have been an avid admirer of your Art for so long.Your mandala is absolutely gorgeous and I'm thinking I definitely need to take this class.I have some Christmas money saved so what a great gift to myself.I have most of the supplies you have mentioned with the exception of the twinkling H2o's..

    I have some money saved to purchase 2 sets can you recommend which sets would be best for your classes.I love bright colors but looking at them on a monitor is not always the best way for me to decide.

    1. Although you don't have to have any particular brand of paints for this class, I personally prefer the Twinkling H2O's. There are 204 colors in the full collection and Luminarte have packaged sampler mini-pots into kits of 24 colors. Each kit has an excellent spread of colors, and no two kits are the same. I started my own collection by slowly purchasing each kit until I had the entire collection in mini-pot samplers. This way I could choose the colors I liked most and start buying them in larger pots. I would suggest you start with their first kit of 24 mini's, they are numbered sequentially and go from there. Here is a link....

      I hope this is helpful.

      Hugs xx


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