An evening of Spontaneous Drawing with Diana Cooper Zoom Workshop

Many years ago I used to run small classes in personal and spiritual development.  Most weeks we would do a spontaneous drawing and these were often the highlight of the evening as they were so illuminating and such fun.  As you draw spontaneously, your unconscious mind reveals information for you. Whenever I do one I learn something about myself and I can be sure that whoever I am with will see more!

I will show you what to do if you do not like what your unconscious mind has revealed!  Your unconscious has given you information and you can re-programme it.

I remember a lady drawing herself floating down a river in a boat, gazing at a companion.  A low bridge lay ahead and she was clearly going to hit her head on the bridge if she did not take notice.  What a wake-up call!  She realised exactly what she was doing in her life and as we discussed it, knew what she had to do to avoid calamity.

Furthermore, when you learn the basics, spontaneous drawings are wonderful to enjoy with family or friends.  They are not only fascinating but they open up channels of communication with others.

During this recording, I review drawings sent into me from participants of the event. Watch and learn as we unravel the hidden meaning behind these drawings and use it to help decode your own.

If you would like to draw your own, there are seven things to draw:

  • A path
  • A house
  • A sun
  • A person
  • A gate
  • A fence
  • A treasure chest

You do not have to be able to draw.  Stick figures will be fine.  Use coloured pens if you can.

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