Feeling the Shift: Cancer, Faith and Kindergarten Art
“Feeling the Shift” documents author Pat Clark’s journey through chemotherapy and her own intuitive “kindergarten art” healing process, and offers guidance to all who would undertake this important work.
Many years ago when my life seemed to be falling apart, I discovered the writings of art therapist, Dr. Lucia Capacchione. Through her gentle process of illustrating my feelings through child like scribbles and dialogues with the nondominant hand. I was able not only to stand tall, but also to thrive. Doors opened for me. The tools I learned from her can help anyone. I can show you how.
In working with people for more than ten years, I have helped others manifest the desire of their hearts through collage, expressive arts, prayer and journaling, often on retreats. The process will work with any age, regardless of their spirituality or lack thereof. Anyone who is open to following their own inner guidance will benefit. If one desires his or her world to change, it must begin with oneself. This gentle process helps a person do that, and I stand in the wings as facilitator, friend and guide.
This book, “Feeling the Shift: Cancer, Faith and Kindergarten Art” is a story of my personal journey through chemotherapy and my intuitive “kindergarten art” healing process, and offers guidance to all who would undertake this important work.
“I invite you to explore your own journey and try the tools outlined in the book. They worked for me, and they will also work for you. You too can feel the shift from fear, despair, and depression into hope and serenity.”