Today I have important questions to ask

Today I have important questions to ask

Who am I?

What is my purpose?

What will make me happy?

Ever since I can remember, I’ve asked myself these three questions, and my life journey reflects the persistent search for answers.

This search has led me on various paths; it led me to meet my first husband, a move to England, divorce, meeting the love of my life, the birth of my four children, studying theater design, art therapy, and finally to developing the amazing tool for healing and growth through creating – the visual journal.

In my first book Layers of Meaning – Elements of Visual Journaling, I described the seven elements of visual journaling. I showed how to connect the seven elements to various spiritual methods, such as shamanic journeys, Voice Dialogue, and others, and working with intention – through the seven elements, to create “soul pages” that enable healing and transformation.

But my search for meaning never stopped… it only became more interesting.

In the last two years, I started to create meditation art using the elements of intention and color.

I felt that color has a special force that is mysterious and uplifting.

Slowly I started to combine shamanic ideas and the theory of color to create a frame for self-exploration through colors.

I taught the Color Archetypes course for two years in Israel and I felt that this is its time to go out there to the world.

I’m really happy to invite you to watch the first lesson ( a replay of an amazing live zoom event)

Creating our childhood color energy map

We learned about the Color Archetype method and created our Childhood color maps. This is a great tool to start and understand your art and get insight from the a

If you want to watch the replay you can do it on my blog here

Color Archetypes- Creating our childhood color maps

Today I have important questions to ask

The power of color mantra!

Each and every one of us is born with the built-in ability to change our lives and

 connect to the energies of health, love, the joy of life, and creativity.

All that is required of us is to believe that we can do this in a simple and creative way.

In this course, we will learn the tool of a color capsule that will connect us to the power of fulfillment of the primary colors and their ability to change our lives.

A color mantra is one of the processes of the Color Archetypes method.

This is a tool that connects color, image, and the creation of a healing mantra.

You can repeat this process and create as many color mantras as you want.

In this course, you will also create a beautiful art therapy journal, designed especially for this process.


What is a mantra?

A mantra is actually a type of prayer, a precise sentence that describes the situation we want to reach – as if it has already happened and is being fulfilled in the present.

Our unconscious does not know how to distinguish between imagination and reality so when we create a mantra and reinforce it by visual expression and continue to reinforce it through daily practice, reality begins to align accordingly.

In this course, we will connect to the power of our personal color palette in the context of healing a certain aspect of our life.

We will create a color mantra that will express our healing.


?What will you get

3 Full Lessons  (Each containing 2-5 videos)

A guided visualization that you could go back to again and again.

Online help to create your mantra (In a closed Facebook group)

A powerful process that you could do every time you want to create a change in your life.

Create a color journal where you could create your mantras.

Great mix media techniques

Inner healing

This is the link to the course

Today I have important questions to ask

What is the best way to travel?

Spring is coming and it’s time for traveling with my visual art diary

I love traveling, this is the best time for me to work on my Visual journal.

Next week I’m flying with my Husband to Italy and I would love it if you joined me on my visual explorations of Florence and Sienna.

When I travel I feel so free to just create.

I take a very small bag of supplies and my small sketchbook and I try to create every day something small that will summarize my day.

I use brochures I find, ephemera I collect, and usually, I just allow myself to sketch the energy that I feel in any particular place I visit.

Every day I let myself enough time to sit in a nice coffee place and work on a visual summary of the day before. Sometimes I even do it twice a day when I’m super excited.

This way I let myself absorb all the beauty that I saw and “make” it my own..

I noticed that when I’m reflecting in my visual art diary I enjoy it more and my memories of the vacation are clearer and happier. 


So what do you actually need when you travel? 

I take with me: 

My travel visual journal

An extra small size watercolor block

Tombow markers

Permanent black Liners

Posca markers

Jel pens

Metallic pen

washi tape

Daniel smith small box of favorite watercolors


Small glue

I pick up brochures and journals images as I go.


You can read about my travels and see a video of my materials bag in my blog

Color Archetypes- Creating our childhood color maps

Color Archetypes- Creating our childhood color maps

Color Archetypes- Creating our childhood color map!

We started this course with a live event in April 16th.

You can access this for free when you register to the site.

In this event, I shared with you my new method

Color Archetypes

Color archetypes is a spiritual-artistic method to identify and understand the source of energies available to us from the day we were born – core energy, connection energy, and spiritual energy.

These three energies, inherent parts of us, navigate and shape our lives. Understanding them will help us live better, happier, and more fulfilling lives.

When we know and recognize these energies, we can learn to balance them and achieve an energetic state of tranquility, creativity, and happiness. This state touches our higher spirit, or self-archetype.

In this course we will learn to map the energies inside us through the color map, working with archetypes, shamanic meditations, and creating a visual journal.

We will learn about the childhood color energy map, a fascinating process that we can use over and over to heal childhood wounds and transition toward the life that we want to create for ourselves.

Materials that I used in the Live event

  • Watercolor paper
  • Watercolors
  • White/black pen
  • Glue/scissors
  • Acrylics/posca markers
  •  Images from old books/magazines
  • Any material that you have at home


You can still sign up for the Color Archetype course

This is a recorded course that will be yours to keep forever! 

SoulPages in Tuscany

SoulPages in Tuscany

I wanted to share with you my most memorable moments!!

 I was traveling for a whole week in Toscana and  I felt really blessed for having my visual journal with me.

It was almost like a close friend that helped me to reflect on everything that I saw.

It helped me to slow down and not rush from one activity to the next.

This is a visual summary of my vacation…

For each day I have chosen my most memorable moment.

I hope you enjoy it!


Day 1- Florence & the Ponte Vecchio bridge

That is definitely the most beautiful bridge I ever saw with these small houses all over it.

I couldn’t stop looking at it and imagining how it looked in the old days.

This is what I wrote in my Diary

“Such a full day of Renaissance art from the great masters like Botticelli, Caravaggio, Donatello, Michelangelo and many more…but what I really loved is wandering around this small beautiful city and looking at it from different positions. Sitting in small coffee places and working in my journal. In the Duomo tour I learned that Brunelleschi discovered the concept of perspective, and that is how the Renaissance today my prompt was-we all need to have some “perspective” in our lives”


Day 2-Piazella Michelangelo

The view from Piazella Michaelangelo was really breath taking!

I recommend spending there a few hours of drawing the beautiful scenery. 


Day 3- Pisa

A very busy day of traveling between Florence and Sienna through Pisa and San Gimignano..the word that kept coming to my mind was-proportions..
Here I worked with brochures I got in the streets.


Day 4- Siena

Siena is such a beautiful place that I took maybe 200 photos today.. We climbed the Torre del mangia tower and watched over the crazy streets with so many houses build on each other.


Day 5- Tuscany Villages

Today we changed the atmosphere to  small favorite was Pienza with so many cute places and serene views of green hills and cypress trees. In my house I have 3 of them hanging out in front of my house, so I felt at home.


Day 6- The Tarot Garden

The tarot garden of Niki de saint phases is one of the most beautiful, inspiring and imaginative places I saw!
The artist that created it was inspired by Gaudi’s Parc Guell in Barcelona. She designed and created it in 22 years. Every statue represents one of the tarot of the major arcana ( the 22 steps of the fool’s journey).
As a tarot lover, I had such an amazing time exploring each of them.
The pictures don’t show how amazing this experience was.. it’s a true gem that Niki de Saint Phalle gave us ( She died in 2002 when the garden was completed)
I’m going to try and express it in my journal in the next few days so keep an eye for my next posts about this incredible place!!

My travel materials bag

My travel materials bag

Do you want to join me in packing my Visual Journal traveling kit?

I love to go on vacation, visit new places and then express what I feel in my Visual Journal.

I haven’t been to Florence since I was 13, so 40 years ago…
I think this was the age when I started drawing.

That was my Bat-Mitzvah present, a tour around Europe with my grandparents and I felt overwhelmed!

It was the first time I left Israel and everything looked so beautiful and different!

This time I will have my Visual Journal to express what I see and feel.

So what do you actually need when you travel? 

I take with me: 

My travel visual journal

An extra small size watercolor block

Tombow markers

Permanent black Liners

Posca markers

Jel pens

Metallic pen

washi tape

Daniel smith small box of favorite watercolors


Small glue

I pick up brochures and journals images as I go.

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