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Give Me Wings

Art Healing

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The “Give me wings” workshop is a new perception on how we look at our abilities and the power they bestow on us. This workshop tests your ability to receive both external and internally thus exposes you to the underlying truth of how you choose to receive love from yourself and from others! We are all-natural receivers, but that is only limited to how able we are or how exposed we allow ourselves to be. At the end of this project, we aim that you will have some insight on your inner receivers, the ones that echo in your silent mind, in hopes that new awareness will finally give them a more powerful and more profound voice. Benefits of this workshop: - Increase your creative thinking. - Relieve your stress and anxiety - Empower yourself and gain self-confidence - Channel and release blocked thoughts and emotions - Express your creative self Required Art materials: A printed picture of yourself with a full view of your body in front position Pencil and eraser Paper or canvas or a wooden plank (whatever you have available) Colored pencils or acrylics or watercolors (whatever you have available) Black felt pen (minimum three thickness) Agenda: 1) 20 minutes - Introducing self-worth principles 2) 10 minutes - Guided meditation 3) 30 minutes - Drawing and coloring 4) 20 minutes - analyzing drawings and lessons revealed about your individual psyche The meeting is virtual on Zoom. Event time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm EDT Expected Experience: Beginner About the Instructor: Short Bio Lama JOudieh is a graphic designer, artist, and art healer. She graduated in 2018 from the American university of Beirut with a BA in arts along with minors in art history and media studies. She also won an award in the AUB’s ABLE event “accessibility for a bolder learning experience” for demarginalizing disabilities and breaking the barriers. In 2017 JOudieh developed an art healing program that focuses on uncovering the student’s deep-rooted burdens from these disabilities and help turn them into social powers. After winning the Nawaya Grant for Entrepreneurs from UNICEF, she went on to give speeches about her battles and successes in the “Hakaya Gel” talks for young entrepreneur’s success stories. She then created PaintBucketHead art studio in Beirut to practice what she preaches, and has helped many individuals, adults and children, in their healing journey.

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  • Toronto, ON, Canada

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