Why You Need To ‘Play With Clay’
What Can We Do About Being So Busy?
We all need to ground our energies more in this busy and fast life we live in! Is it just me or do you feel like everything and everyone is speeding up at the moment?!
For this reason, it’s so important that we find ways to slow down, breathe…let our thoughts drop away and connect with the healing benefits of nature. So many people talk about ‘being present’ at the moment…but it’s tough right? particularly when you have so many things going around in your head and plates to spin! 😕
This is why clay is so clever! Even if you don’t think you are creative, you can benefit from ‘Playing with Clay’. This is why children love it so much – it’s simple, forgiving, playful and fun. It’s like having one of those stress relief balls in your hand and squeezing it, but better!
One of my fondest memories is when my daughter (who was 2 or 3 at the time) was playing with play dough…it was an excuse for me to get stuck in to something fun with her. We connected over the simple task of making shapes with this soft putty type material. She still talks about it now – remembering it even at that young age! This was a special moment in time when we could both be children…
What You’ll Learn:
So, I invite you to listen to my FREE podcast ‘Gathering Insights’ to understand a little bit about:
✅ What clay is
✅ How it relates to crystals
✅ Why it grounds our energies
✅ How creating playfully can change your brainwave pattern
✅ How you can use intention setting with clay to further heal aspects of your life
✅ How you can combine it with the healing power of nature
FREE Online Family Clay & Leaves Workshop
If you feel keen to take this further, you can access my FREE Family Clay Workshop on Youtube. It’s the perfect time of year to forage Autumn leaves in the UK and then press them into clay to make trinket dishes, jewellery – anything you want!
Interested in making a professional piece of pottery with clay and leaves? Enrol on my 5 star rated Udemy course Pottery, Clay & Leaves? Find Out More