HeartCollage™ and SoulCollage®
I am a certified SoulCollage® facilitator. As I ran my groups I began to work a bit differently than traditional SoulCollage®. HeartCollage™ grew out of SoulCollage® for me. Although I am not currently running any HeartCollage™groups. SoulCollage® is available from other therapists. For more information go to www.soulcollage.com.
Use your creativity to grow, explore and play.
Let the images of your soul and heart emerge.
Enhance your life experience and personal growth.
Illuminate your path: find focus and clarity of vision
Experience the deepening of connection to others.
HeartCollage™ is inspired by SoulCollage®.
SOULCOLLAGE® is a trademarked process created by Seena Frost.
SoulCollage® is an intuitive and imaginative way of playing in the realm of Soul. We sort through, rip and cut, shuffle and paste a wide (and wild) variety of images from magazines, books, etc. We respond to images as they call to us. We slowly build our own deck of soul cards, meeting and greeting the various manifestations of our unconscious, and beginning to relate with different players in our inner theatre, some of whom are guides and allies, others of whom are challengers, still others of whom have come to us for healing. It is good to meet the Many who make up the One we usually think we are. So much for the static, in-control self!
The actual process of SoulCollage is pretty simple. We look through magazines and books and respond to images, ripping out and cutting up images, playing with images, and ultimately gluing images on pieces of cardboard. How’s that for fun and simple?! We bypass the left brain (God/dess willing) and bask in intuitive sensibility and play. We make cards that mysteriously bring to life aspects of who we are. We meet our Selves at the level of Soul. Just let yourself respond to the images. Play with them! Move them around as long as you need until you hear or feel that “kerchunk” inside that says it is just so; time to glue. —Shelly Graham, Ph.D
Groups and workshops are a valuable part of any healing path. A group allows support and connections to develop among its members. As the members of a group hold space for each individual and his or her experiences, they come to know parts of themselves that are similar, and ways that they are different. Groups help us to grow in the context of relating, as well as in the areas focused on by the group.