Spiritual, Mindful Art: Video Tutorial

How to Make a Spirit Stick




Come Make Art with Me!

I want you to know that even if you think you are “not creative” you can make art.

I want you to experience the connection and founding that comes from using natural materials.

I want you to know the peacefulness that comes

from meditating through art.


My colleague, Emily Pavidis, and I have put together an experience that combines the power of the mind with the healing powers of art and nature.

Take a journey to the subconscious,

Discover the power of art to heal.


Feel the centered and energized as you journey within, create art amongst a small group of like-minded souls, and walk away with the tools you need to infuse your life with more grounded-ness, more energy, and more creativity.


Register in the Next 48 Hours and You Could Win an Acrylic Paint Set!

In addition to getting in on the pre-registration pricing, $45 instead of $59, if you sign up in the next 48 hours from the publishing of this post, you will be entered to win a free set of Dick Blick acrylic paints. (I have no affiliation with Dick Blick. 🙂 See the paints here.


Learn more about the Mindful Art Workshop, Saturday, May 2, at 9:30 – 12:30 

Mindful Art Poster




How to Make a Spirit Stick


  1. Laura Bainbrigge

    Hi there,
    I’m a secondary school art teacher and with mental health issues on the increase in schools I would like to teach mindful art to help students to relax and as a form of meditation. Do.you ha e any ideas or advice you would be happy to share.
    Many thanks

  2. Angelene Flowers

    I like to pretend that I sew sometimes…………………. 🙂

    Yeah, me too.

    • Amy Johnson Maricle

      Haha, Angelene – I love that you reminded me of that comment. So cute of you. Keep on creating!!! – Amy


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