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“Art helps me express myself in other ways, because talking can be difficult.”

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Creating and looking at mandalas help to center the body and mind; repetitive circular designs can help to remove irritating thoughts and allow the creative mind to be more meditative. Residents at Nicasa Bridge House built meaningful mandalas and then shared thoughts about their creations. Afterwards, the mandalas were broken down, representing the ideal that nothing is forever and that everything is always moving. #ArtImpactProject #Nicasa #Mandalas #Art #MentalHealth

June 24th, 10:29 pm

Creating and looking at mandalas help to center the body and mind; repetitive circular designs can help to remove irritating thoughts and allow the creative mind to be more meditative. Residents at Nicasa Bridge House built meaningful mandalas and then shared thoughts about their creations. Afterwards, the mandalas were broken down, representing the ideal that nothing is forever and that everything is always moving. #ArtImpactProject #nicasa #mandalas #art #mentalhealth ... See MoreSee Less

Colors can define the mood of a person and create a specific aura or energy in the atmosphere, forming an integral part of our lives. Residents at Nicasa Bridge House studied their chosen image to identify colors that they might have otherwise missed, helping to be more aware of detail and to recognize the importance of looking closely at all things surrounding us.

June 23rd, 11:01 pm

Colors can define the mood of a person and create a specific aura or energy in the atmosphere, forming an integral part of our lives. Residents at Nicasa Bridge House studied their chosen image to identify colors that they might have otherwise missed, helping to be more aware of detail and to recognize the importance of looking closely at all things surrounding us. ... See MoreSee Less

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