You have infinite creative potential!

Harnam Singh wants to give you an experience of that potential.

At Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree he will be teaching a workshop in which you will create your own mandala. Sacred mandalas are not only beautiful representations of the universe, but they are also tools for meditation.

No artistic experience is necessary. You will breathe, meditate, and chant to open up to your colorful, playful, artistic spirit. You’ll learn painting and drawing techniques. You’ll connect to the divine, and feel at ease with your creative flow.

When you are finished with your mandala, you will have your own, one-of-a-kind, handcrafted artwork to place on your altar. This is precious. In this age of mass printing, Instagram, and image overload, it seems essential to have a personal visual. It is a reminder to us to honor the sacredness of images, to consciously place our eyes upon that which is unique, divinely-inspired, and spiritually fulfilling. Your own mandala can help you remember your connection to the divine and to your own colorful radiance. 17028_949655125052724_7955647597504551921_n

Harnam Singh lives the radiant life. He’s a devoted Kundalini yoga teacher. In the art world, Harnam (Tony Zatzick) is known for the action and energy of his paintings. His paintings burst with divine expression. Head over to his website to check out his “River Series,” “Sunrise at Casa Om,” or his “India Series.” Allow your eyes to dwell on his painting of the Golden Temple.

Not only does he teach and paint, Harnam is a well-known musician. He is as meditative as he is melodic. He has a fearless heart and joyful presence. Chanting Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo while Harnam strums the guitar washes away all negativity. You’ll feel divine light bursting through your being. His music has been featured in the Kirtan Aid albums for the orphans of Rishikesh and Nepal earthquake relief.

Harnam Singh’s presence uplifts every spirit instantly. Creating your own mandala with Harnam Singh will make you happy. You’ll drop problems. Your heart will burst into song. Please bring your heart’s song to Sat Nam Fest West. Your heart’s beautiful song is needed in the world today. Sing it! Draw it! Paint it! Be it!

Sat Nam!

 

Surjot Kaur is a KRI certified teacher of Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan. She writes about yoga, meditation, and consciousness. She seeks to be a humble observer of the Play of Divine Consciousness. She prays all beings may awaken to total freedom. She lives with a loving husband, two daughters, and a dog in San Diego.