What is Vedic Art?
Vedic Art is an Intuitive Painting method for adults who would like to expand consciousness, heal emotional blockages and become creative in all spheres of life.
Vedic Art is not a painting technique but a self-development method.
You learn to let go of things that don’t serve you, inspire you or allow you to live a fulfilling and creative life. In this process, you learn how to stay connected to your heart and to be present in the moment. You let your true potential manifest on an empty canvas first, then in your life.
Vedic Art requires no skills, previous experience or an academic understanding of the process of creating. It is open for anyone on a spiritual quest, a creative journey, anyone looking for guidance, balance, harmony, and happiness.
The 17 principles of Art and Life are based in ancient Vedic knowledge that transcends the cultural, religious and philosophical dogma. It is art-focused process of self-development based on natural laws that exist in all of us waiting to be activated. The process resembles that of a lotus seed buried deep in a mud awaiting the impulse to grow toward the light, therefore, becoming a beautiful flower for the enjoyment of all.
THE BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH VEDIC ART
- Awaken to you to your unique gifts and authentic creative potential
- Overcome fears and blockages
- Remember how to express yourself freely from within and flow with the creative process
- Begin to create without demand, judgment, expectations, and perfectionism
- Feel more confident about yourself and your abilities
- Learn to listen to your heart and start to live accordingly with this inner knowing
- Return faith in yourself through the acceptance of who you are
- Paint your dreams and allow them to manifest for you
- Liberate from the blockages of ego and fears
- Get in touch with your inner child
- Make lots of beautiful paintings that you will be proud of!
* Vedic Art it is not a therapy but it has proven to have therapeutic effects
* Your heart in result opens up to show the truth about yourself and your own divine presence.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can children participate in the Vedic Art Course?
Vedic Art is a method of self-development for adults, but I am happy to let kids age 12 – 17 participate, first child free of charge, after that 50% off the original price. They will need their own painting supplies and follow the rules of the workshop, for example, we don’t allow electronic gadgets during the class, we also don’t chatter – we work in silence. Some restrictions may apply, so please be sure to ask me for details.
Do I need to partake in the entire course?
To fully assimilate the 17 Principles of Art and Life I recommend partaking in the whole workshop, but it’s OK not to take the whole course since this is a personal journey, and deep process, if you express a desire to take only a part of the workshop. You will be given a certificate for the Principles you’ve accomplished. And, you’re welcome to come back to follow up:)
Can I host a Vedic Art Workshop?
Yes! I am open to collaborations and all sorts of creative get-togethers! If you have a place that can host a larger group (up to 12), quiet, meditative, inspiring, I would love to host the workshop in your “corner of the woods”. The host receives free admission to the workshop 🙂 Ask for more details!
Do you coach in one on one style?
Yes! This would be a deeply beneficial and very personalized style of Vedic Art immersion, transforming and possibly very rewarding.
What is the cost of the Workshop?
The fees are set by the Vedic Art institute in Sweden and all Certified Vedic Art Teachers are required to stick to these guidelines. The base price, therefore, is $350 per person for the entire course. Keep in mind there might be additional costs if other services are provided, like food, housing, accompanying treatments (yoga, sound healing, etc). I often offer early birds discounts and other freebies, so stay tuned 🙂
Vedic Art method and the program was founded by Swedish artist Curt Källman (1938-2010) who received the inspiration in 1974 in India while studying transcendental meditation with famous meditation teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Curt devoted his life to mastering the technique of Vedic Art. The first official course took place in 1988, and since then Vedic Art has grown in popularity across Europe. Today, the work or Curt is continued by his son Johannes Källman.
There are only a few certified teachers of this method in the USA, and I’m proud to be one of them.
My first Vedic Art course took place in Poland with an artist and Vedic Art Teacher par excellence – Agatta Karpowicz in 2012. She introduced me to the method with passion and love, unveiled mysteries of sacred creativity and opened my heart to my true potential and helped me to discover goddesses within.
I received my certified Vedic Art teacher diploma from Ewa Szymczak – Issa Tiffaret in winter 2014. This beautiful experience expanded my inner and outer boundaries, gave me a very needed space and help me understand the meaning of living in now.
I have been an intuitive painter since my first experience of Vedic Art in 2012.