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A Few Suggested SoulCollage Workshop Formats

What might make sense for your group? Jill customizes her offerings to meet with your mission.

Pathways to Self ~ Stepping into Images

(2 to 3-hour workshop)

In this workshop, you will be introduced to the SoulCollage® process, have plenty of time for card-making (to start your deck or add to your existing deck), and learn how to consult your cards for guidance on your journey. Come have fun and learn this nourishing tool to connect to your own intuition and inner wisdom. No artistic experience is necessary and all materials are supplied.

Honoring Community - Who's in Your Tribe?

(2-hour workshop)

As humans, we share connectedness with one another. This workshop will focus on the Community Suit of the SoulCollage® deck: ancestors, friends, teachers, healers, community groups, our pets. Our beginning written exercise will help you name some of your own community members and we'll be doing readings from the cards we make. You are encouraged to bring copies of photographs of people and pets you would like to honor.

Come and add to your existing deck or come and start your community suit. Either way, your presence is welcome here! No artistic experience is necessary and all materials are supplied.

Exploring the 4 Suits of a SoulCollage® Deck

Each week will bring an in-depth exploration of one of the four suits (community, committee, companions, and council)  We'll have plenty of time for card-making, receive guidance from our images through card readings, and experience guided meditation.

All materials are supplied.

Week 1:  Community Suit

Week 2:  Committee Suit

Week 3:  Companions Suit

Week 4:  Council Suit

 A Few Historical Workshops

What might make sense for your group? Jill customizes her offerings to meet with your mission.

New England Mixed Media Meetup

An Online Introduction to SoulCollage via Zoom!

As part of this meetup gathering, Jill introduced the practice of SoulCollage. Simple materials were used: a few magazines, scissors, a glue stick, collage backings (i.e., card stock or file folders), and paper for card readings. We searched for images, made a few collages, and consulted them!

Story Connections Workshop

at St. Paul's All Parish Retreat

The Barbara C. Harris Camp & Conference Center

Greenfield, NH

In 1.5 hours, folks were introduced to the SoulCollage process, made their own collaged cards, and shared card readings together.

St. Paul's Church, Brookline, MA

Online Zoom Meetup: Lenten Cross Making gathering

Lenten Quiet Day

The Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross

SCHC Charles River Chapter

Christ Episcopal Church

1132 Highland Avenue

Needham, MA

  9:30am - 3:00pm

This Lenten Quiet Day offered a chance to reflect on the cross and the meaning and message it holds during this season of Lent.

Rev. Megan Holding, Chaplain to the Charles River Chapter, and Jill Seiler-Moon, Spiritual Director, offered prose, poetry, quiet meditation, cross-making, writing and drawing as reflection time. A Eucharist service ended the day.

Lenten Cross Making Workshop

Trinity Church, Stoughton

March 14, 2019

6:30-9 PM

(this workshop is closed to the general public)

We used found objects and discarded materials to make crosses, giving them new, godly life. It's a hands-on, creative way of praying.

"The making of crosses with their discarded bits of brokenness' becomes a physical way to offer our broken selves to the God who loves, redeems, and repairs us."

--Sybil MacBeth, author of Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God

We engaged in the practice of SoulCollage®

at the Lenten Quiet Day

at St. Paul's Church in Brookline, MA

A day of Fasting, Prayer, and Reflection

on the Racism in our world

and our hope for renewal and rebirth.

St. Paul's Anti-Racism Group organized this Lenten Quiet Day, not as a workshop or day of academic learning . . . rather it allowed us to quiet the noise in our lives, opening ourselves to listen for the love and healing balm of God, here in the midst of our struggles with, and brokenness from, the sin or racism in our lives and in this world.