Daylong Artmonk Experience on Sunday, May 13, in the Berkeley Hills

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Daylong Artmonk Experience on Sunday, May 13, in the Berkeley Hills

The Bay Area Artmonks Invite you to

A Day of Deepening in the Dharma: Exploring the Dimensions of Creative Spirit
with Joel and Michelle Levey

Sunday, May 13, 2012
10 am to 5 pm
681 Oberlin Ave, Kensington, CA 94708
(at a home in the Berkeley Hills – street parking available.)

Join us for this special day of Creative Contemplative Explorations and Expressions with the community of Artmonks and our beloved teachers Michelle and Joel Levey.

Like our full Artmonk Retreat, this day together will weave inspiring teachings, meditation instruction,  contemplative practice, silence and sound, movement and stillness, and ripples of artistic revelation that awaken and affirm the many dimensions of our Creative Spirits, and deepen and develop our contemplative Sourcing of inspiration for our lives, work and world.

For more about our guides, Joel and Michelle Levey, and our annual Artmonk Retreat, visit https://www.artmonastery.org/artmonkretreat

What to bring

A bag lunch
Meditation cushion/bench, and wrap for warmth
Loose, comfortable clothing
Notebook or journal
Supplies for any contemplative creative activities
Water bottle

Suggested Donation

Sliding Scale of $30 to $108
Due to the size of the room we must limit our circle to 20 people.
Please contact Nathan Rosquist to reserve your spot.
(510) 520-4747

Image credit:
Contemplative Painting by Betsy McCall, co-founder of the Art Monastery Project