Personal Photo Mandalas with Kim Sheaffer

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Sat 8/20/2016
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
ReikiSpace & Learning Place
2793 Old Post Rd., Suite 10
Harrisburg, PA  17110

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What Is A Personal Photo Mandala?

Mandala means ‘circle’ in the Sanskrit language which can also signify the wholeness that surrounds us and all that is within us.  The central point or “focus point” within the mandala suggests there is a center within each one of us which represents our source of energy and power, or what we may refer to as our soul, our “Higher Self” or the “Christ within”.  Mandalas are primarily used during meditation while searching for personal growth and spiritual transformation.

A Personal Photo Mandala is a one of a kind mandala that is created from a photo of you.  Much like a mirror gives you a reflection of your “outer shell”, a Personal Photo Mandala, when used as a meditation tool, gives you a reflection of the energy within yourself to help you achieve inner peace and a better understanding of self.  Although this is your personal mandala, I do provide an intuitive interpretation of your mandala for you, to give you key areas of focus to get you started using your mandala.  Some of these key points may be, but not limited to, totem animals, spirit guides, specific gemstones to consider using, or although rare, a loved one from the other side may come through with a message for you.

This session includes 1 4×6 printed Personal Photo Meditation Mandala of a photo taken by me, a brief interpretation of your mandala and instructions on how to use your mandala as a focal tool.  Cost is $25 for 25 minutes. CONTACT RICKIE TO RESERVE YOUR TIME! 

About Kim …

“Although from an early aKimge, knowing that I “believed” and “thought” differently from my family and friends, my true metaphysical journey with spirit, began about 10 years ago with the creation of my InVision It Oracle Cards.  It was soon after that project was completed, I was guided down a path of deeper soul searching and was “shown” the art of making personal photo mandalas, for meditation, to share with others.  While traveling this journey, life continued to evolve around me and I was blessed with 5 amazing grandchildren which I spend most of my time with.  I am an avid nature lover and spend as much time as I can out and about with my camera, fulfilling my passion, photography.  Most “lazy days”, I can be found on my back porch watching birds and weaving dream catchers.  I love anything artsy, spending time with friends and traveling”alh mandalamaya mandalapmmandala