In Native American traditions, God’s eye Mandalas are a symbol of protection and are woven with the arrival of a newborn. Celebrating and honoring the life of the family and the baby.
This offering is a special and nourishing experience to share and celebrate together with friends and family the life of your newborn baby
Coming together and celebrating in creative mindfulness this special moment.
The gathering will be opened with a relaxing meditation with Tibetan Gongs, an experience that allows removing any restlessness in body and mind, bringing everyone together in the intentional weaving process. Weaving a God’s eye mandala with intention is a beautiful and symbolic act of celebrating the life of your newborn baby. This ritual is still held in Indigenous Traditions in Central and South America. It is a mindful process that will allow each participant to weave a four-point mandala with their best wishes as an offering to the newborn. Each participant will weave a 4 point God’s Eye to be then offered to the soon mother and father of the little one. In the meantime, the parents weave a central God’s eye. All the parts will come together in one piece. This is a very special and powerful moment for the whole family. (See photos)
Duration: 4 hours
* Venue: Your location (home/meeting room/community hall/etc). Additional transport fees may apply depending on the location.
This workshop is available upon request, please contact Adriana to inquire and book on a suitable date.