Sacred Geometry Soulwork - Workshop
May 20, 2023 Lyons CO 10am - 5pm
Included: Sacred Geometry Supply Kit:
(Compass, pens, pencils, paper, ruler and ‘Sacred Geometry Workbook 1)
To save your spot:
(Space is limited) To register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New practice- Bring you pendulums!
Many teachings have described Sacred Geometry as the blueprint of creation and the genesis… the origin of all form. It is believed that the ancients considered the experience of drawing Sacred Geometry essential to the education of the soul. They knew that these patterns and codes were symbolic of our own inner realm and were significant to higher consciousness and self awareness. Sacred Geometry, as I have worked with it, contains high frequencies of energy and light that can activate, heal, awaken and transform. The symbols can be used to bring about deep soul awakening and connection to our true divine essence. Although many people study Sacred Geometry through intellectual understanding, the work that I do is meant to be experienced, both through the creation and the meditation upon these images. I encourage anyone interested in Sacred Geometry to experience drawing it themselves. Join us in a powerful workshop as we open our hearts with this ancient practice connecting to our creative source and develop tools to shift energy while creating beautiful geometric forms.
In this workshop, you will learn to draw the flower of life, a 12 pointed circle, a star tetrahedron and the lotus of life (or torus). (The torus is the visual expression of the equation of infinity).
About Cynthia Marsh:
A lifelong artist, muralist and educator, Cynthia has exhibited her work in the NY area for over 20 years where she also painted many public murals. After moving to Colorado in 2010 she became a Forensic Artist in an effort to use her talents in service to others. Cynthia has worked on cases for over a dozen law enforcement agencies and has been featured on several news stories about her work as a forensic artist.
She has been a presenter at the Denver Museum of Art, The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, The Denver Botanic Gardens, at CU Boulder and at many Forensic Conferences, schools and Law Enforcement Departments. Her skills as a forensic sketch artist have also been applied in documenting the memories of contactees and near death experiencers.
Cynthia’s current work began years ago when symbols and sacred geometries were shown to her in dreams. This evolving body of work represents Cynthia’s best effort at stepping out of the way, and allowing the dreams to come through without judgment, much like the work she does as a forensic artist, documenting the memories of others.