I create workshops for you and your team/friends using the kaleidoscopic mandalas. A time to be, connect, tap into one’s inner creative oasis, witness and share.
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Témoignages de personnes qui ont participé aux ateliers
« Anne-Francoise’s mandalas are alive.
My mandala on the wall is creating beautiful energy in my room as well as making my space colorful and beautiful.
Thank you Anne-Francoise for your groundbreaking work !
Working with the mandalas is liberating. It gets you in touch with your subconscious and in the end of a mandala breathing process, you come out on the other side, anew, in touch with a deeper truth. » —Kristin Engvig, Founder WIN
In Ukraine – August 2015, the participants used the Spiral of Fear to Love Kit.
The Spiral Labyrinth
As the Dalai Lama reminds us, “World peace must develop from inner peace. Peace is not just mere absence of violence. Peace is the manifestation of human compassion” Peace in the world is possible, it is a longing deep in the heart of everyone. Inner peace is uncovered as individuals move through the emotions of fear, anger, resentment and frustration to those higher vibrations such as beauty, compassion and love.
Walking the Spiral Labyrinth designed by the visionary artist, Anne-Francoise Potterat, is a powerful process for discovering inner peace. At the recent Peace Conference in Geneva and then later in Tcherkasy in the Ukraine, where we set up a model of the labyrinth, individuals experienced musing with the mandalas. One woman in Ukraine, who lives in Crimea, expressed the profound sadness she had to be separated from her homeland. Expressing this sadness and anger allowed her to move on and find her own sense of compassion and inner peace and then returned to Crimea to share this with others.
Rev. Beth Linguri, Founder, Center for Peace
« At WIN conference in Rome, September 2015, I was on my way to help at the plenary room when I noticed Anne-Françoise on the floor surrounded by the images! There was something in that room that made me want to stay. So we started to talk and before I knew it, I was seated on the floor! I looked at the images. At first I did not understand what they were representing. There were hypnotic. I could see the details only with peripheral viewing. My gaze was first in the center and then travelled to the sides, just like Anne- Francoise later suggested. I forgot the time and that I was expected elsewhere! There was a peace and calm in this room that I rarely experience! And our contact was instant, like we knew each other for a long time ( maybe we do?).
Back in Lausanne, sharing the mandala workshop with the WIN ladies was another super moment of quiet sisterhood, like when words are futile and the world stop turning! It’s so rare for me to experience that!!! I have a crazy pace and crazy life! And it was so great to do that with Anne-Françoise, Kristin Engvig and her team! Our bound is now even stronger! »
—Andrea Delannoy,, Business Manager