Tuition: $150, plus meals and lodging.
Japanese Zen Brush Work is a creative representation of the spiritual experience.
We will explore the inter-play of mind, body and spirit through the expressive use of the brush stroke in an atmosphere of contemplative calm and peace.
Experience a deep sense of inner harmony as we express the message of our hearts into black and white space. To enhance the power of the brush stroke, this retreat will utilize Qi Gong, breathing and Haiku.
No artistic experience is necessary. Each participant receives their own personal scroll.
Tom creates a very warm, calming retreat environment. A wonderful experience – soul transforming!
The brush as meditation! Who knew! This retreat has truly expanded and deepened my spiritual journey/practice.
Tom presented this retreat in an open, elegant and relaxed manner.
A life changing experience!
Brush Wisdom has helped me become more comfortable with being patient and letting go.
Tom really knows this topic and how to present it in a way that is meaningful and useful for my growth.
This is a whole new and important experience for me and my journey towards wholeness! Thank you!
Tom not only know about brush-work and ones spiritual journey, but also how to present it in a way that includes everyone at all levels. I will do this retreat again!
The Christine Center consistently offers quality programs that inform and comfort participants as they move forward on their individual spiritual paths. The program this weekend with Tom Roberts is an excellent example of the Center’s commitment to quality and serving others.
Tom is a psychotherapist with over 35 years of experience in clinical psychotherapy and his own personal Zen Buddhist practice. Visit his website.
He is the author of The Mindfulness Workbook: A Beginners Guide to Overcoming Fear and Embracing Compassion.
Read Tom’s post about The Mindfulness Workbook. The book is available at our Christine Center’s Jewel Spirit book store or online at The Mindfulness Book or at your favorite online bookseller.