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  • So-called spirituality, so-called art

    Modern art, modern spirituality... In the past few decades I have witnessed the field of spirituality move quite rapidly, from the extreme razor…

  • 1 reason to Meditate 

    You don’t need to read 7 reasons why it's good for artists to meditate, you don’t need to learn 4 new ways to free your creativity, to checkout…

  • Spiritual Maturity

    We want to be calmer, to be happier, wiser, more clear and sharp, more in-tune and in harmony with life and with our true needs and wishes. We aspire…

  • Spirituality

    So-Called Spirituality Most people do not take an interest in spirituality because they long to discover and actualize their pure nature. Most…

  • Not everything is Art

    The term ‘Art’ is one of the more fluid terms so frequently used nowadays. Like many other deep and meaningful terms, such as Spirituality,…

  • Creative Movement

    In the underdeveloped and somewhat hidden modern field of Meditative Art, it seems as though dance and creative movement has been one of the most…

  • Universal vs. Personal

    "As a generalization, Meditative Art, and spiritual paths, can be divided into two primal categories: personal and impersonal. Understanding each of…

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Our Story

Meditative Art School applies the process of creating, as a spiritual practice. Coming from the background of both the art field and the spiritual world, we combine the two together. In this way spiritual seekers can support their love and need to create and vice versa artists can utilize their creativity for inner growth.

We have been exploring and developing the field of Meditative Art both theoretically and practically. Building, playing and experimenting with natural materials, we gather and develop techniques for this practice. We have founded the School to teach Meditative Art in a modern way, and bring together traditional forms of meditative arts from around the globe. We are also yoga and meditation practitioners, as well as qualified and experienced teachers.

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