SoulCollage® is …


SoulCollage® is a way to discover the One within the Many, and the Many within the One. (Here is a shot of some of the cards placed for the closing ritual).


SoulCollage® is a path. (This narrow lane wound its way through The Guest House property where the Facilitator Training took place).


SoulCollage® can be illuminating.


SoulCollage® reflects us back to ourselves. (This pond was right off of the deck).


SoulCollage® lets us gather with others. (It was a little too cold to eat outside this past weekend — which means I want to go back when it is warmer!)


SoulCollage® is a way to look at the bigger picture (this painting graced the hall outside our meeting room.  It was such a great image to look at on our way in)


while also examining the details.

I am now trained to facilitate SoulCollage® workshops.  If you live in my area and are interested, please let me know!

SoulCollage® is a trademarked process created by Seena Frost.  For more information about Seena, the process, or Facilitator Training, please visit her website, or visit the website of Anne Marie Bennett, whose passion for this process is evident on her website,

SoulCollage® cards are made either from one’s own art or from images found in materials which have been bought by or given to the SoulCollage card maker. These collaged cards are used only for the cardmaker’s own inner exploration. SoulCollage cards are not sold, traded, bartered, or copied (except as a back-up for the cardmakers own use) as is stated in the Principles of SoulCollage®. Where SoulCollage cards are available to be seen by others, it is for the purposes either of demonstrating the SoulCollage process or of sharing the cardmakers’ inner process in the context of community.

SoulCollage® is grateful to the artists and photographers who make this deep awakening process possible and in all ways SoulCollage® seeks to be respectful of their rights.

2 thoughts on “SoulCollage® is …

  1. Maggie

    I admire that you, and those who join you in these endeavors, keep pushing the edge – I love the Martha Graham quote… pretty much says it all. But to step into it, rather than just read about it, or read about another’s experiences, that is truth, growth and transformation, no doubt. Thank you for continuing inspirations!

  2. Dee

    Thank you, Maggie! It is an inspiring, integrating process that can be done in fifteen minute increments on the kitchen table — so there’s that, too.


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