Finding the beauty within you with SoulCollage

By Shauna Welch

Americans will exchange about 190 million Valentine’s Day cards this year (not counting those shared by students at school) with the majority as communication of eros – romatic love. This February, Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development is offering SoulCollage, a workshop for creating archetypal cards that promote philautia or a healthy sense of self love (not narcissistic love).

SoulCollage is an international program that engages participants in a simple process of using your imagination and intuition to create a personal deck of cards. It becomes a surprising process of self-discovery and self acceptance that fosters insights about your soul, purpose and path. No artistic experience is necessary.

“SoulCollage is a tangible way to know yourself in your diversity and depth,” says SoulCollage facilitator Amanda West. “Your beautiful cards become a personal treasure, a way to connect with yourself, and to connect with others if you chose to show your cards and share your story.”

According to West, the workshop will include some time for guided meditation and contemplation that enables participants to access a sense of self-worth and wisdom that they may not routinely recognize or honor. In addition to being insightful, the processes of creating the cards is fun!

The two-part SoulCollage workshop is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 9-10, at Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development, 8072 W. Sahara Ave., Suite D. The cost is $100, which includes supplies. To register, call 702-243-4040 or visit

Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 is a gathering place that is hospitable to and nourishing of the spiritual life. Our programs provide opportunities for spiritual development, personal growth and social transformation. We welcome individuals and groups of all faiths that genuinely seek the Divine, and those who desire to embrace the sacred in their lives and world.

Shauna Walch serves as the executive director of Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development, a nonprofit organization that provides a welcoming place nourishing to and of the spiritual life. Stillpoint welcomes people and groups of all faiths that genuinely seek the Divine and embrace the sacred in their lives and world.<

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