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Intuitive Drawing

Saturday, 29th June, 2019 19:00
Saturday, 6th July, 2019 14:00


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How to pay: We will write to arrange payment with you once we have confirmed your place on this course. Please let us know your preferred method of payment by ticking one of the choices below.
Course fees are kept to an absolute minimum – please, if you would like, add a donation towards our scholarship fund, which supports students and visitors on low income.
 
 
 

This course is an invitation to draw from the heart. In the paper "An Education for the Heart" by Peter Young, it says that the heart is each person's connection to their divine essential reality. Drawing from the heart is not about wanting to make a beautiful drawing or painting, but it is about how and what wants to be communicated in the 'form' of an image language. This gives the opportunity to see and understand through images rather than through words.

In practising to draw, you will experience that the mind always wants to interfere. It is important to distinguish between what the heart is trying to say and what the mind is trying to determine. Once this is learned, you will be able to apply this skill in everyday life.

What is important is listening, listening with an inner ear. You can ask and await answers to questions such as: What material do I want to use? What colour? What form? What is it in me that wants or even loves to be expressed?

The love of what it is that wants to be expressed in you might need time and practice to become apparent.

Each session will begin by coming together as a group with a short invocation for help and guidance. Then we will start drawing (or painting) in silence.

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After about 90 minutes everyone will be asked to show their drawing to the group, one after the other, and to talk about the experience. It is important that members of the group say what they see or feel in looking at the drawing of someone else, because in this course togetherness is important. Anyone can draw, and it is fascinating and endlessly surprising to try to interpret this image language together; equally, we enjoy each other’s company. In being together the energy to concentrate is much stronger and more intense than if you would do this individually.

There will be time for meditation, short periods of work in house or garden and opportunities for some study and conversation.

Cost £400 The cost includes accommodation, meals and all materials. If numbers of participants is small, each guest will get a single room. If numbers are large, accommodation will be in double or triple rooms and a £60 supplement will be required to guarantee a single room.

Day rate: £35 provided space is available.
This includes morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and materials.
Please contact Chisholme if you would like to take up this option.

Note on course fees: There are no standard concessions offered. However, we try to ensure the course is accessible to those on low incomes. So if you would find the cost prohibitive please email secretary@chisholme.org for advice.

Meals
The Chisholme kitchen provides food in keeping with the spiritual and material aims of its education. Chisholme is not vegetarian but meat is prepared with the deepest respect for its benefit and origin. Meanwhile vegetarian dishes comprise the majority of the food served and are always available as an option. We are unable to meet vegan requirements. However, special diets can be catered for where there is a medical reason. Please let us know your needs when you book your stay.

Booking
Book online at the top of this page, or email secretary@chisholme.org
Tel +44 (0)1450 880215

I am looking forward to meeting you!

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Elly Deutschmann:
Since my earliest childhood I loved to draw; it is my life-long passion.
I was introduced to Beshara and the idea of the oneness of being in 1979. This struck a cord, and my husband and I participated in two six-month retreats at Chisholme. The courses were profound and deeply transformative. Many things changed for me then. One such change was that I no longer wanted to draw what I saw with my physical eyes, nor wanted to draw from my imagination. It became crystal clear that what I really want is to concentrate and listen to the interior, and bring out what wants to be expressed from there. Learning how to do this needed years of practice.
It became possible to share this learning, and develop it further, when I was invited to run courses in intuitive drawing at a Center in Maastricht, my home town in Holland.
I love working as part of a group; the collective intention brings about a concentration which is so much deeper than what is possible to achieve on my own.

 
 

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