Kiger, Certified Mandala Facilitator
serve others by guiding a creative process that expresses the radiant
beauty within. Mandala-chi welcomes you to join me on a peaceful
inner journey to move gently toward wholeness. As a facilitator, I
joyfully blend the mindful movement of QiGong with
my complete bio: About Martha Kiger.
Mandalas, or “sacred circles,” are used as a form of creative expression
and meditative contemplation, leading to your center. The
circle is a symbol both of the visible world we live in and the
invisible inner world, the core of our being. It calls us to look inward
to gain insight into our innermost truth.
easily recognize circular forms in the plant and animal kingdoms,
celestial circles, religious icons and architecture, and ancient
structures, as well as conceptual circles such as communities and
families. Faith traditions and cultures worldwide use circles as symbols
of wholeness, unity, continuity, the spiritual eye, and the earth. For
example, mandalas are used in Native American, Hindu, and Buddhist
practices to reflect the essence of spirit for healing and the Divine.
For more artwork, please
view my Mandala Gallery
What is a certified
Mandala facilitators are qualified to facilitate the healing mandala
process developed by
Cornell, Ph.D. You’ll see a list of
certified facilitators on a
following page that gives their location,
expertise, and contact information.
QiGong is the ancient Chinese practice of gentle movements that
cultivate physical, mental, and spiritual balance. The benefits of
QiGong include improved balance, stress relief, heart health, immune
boosting, and mental focus.
I am a certified facilitator of
and dedicated practitioner of
What is a Mandala Circle?
Mandala Circle is a group of people gathered in a creative process of
self-discovery. A facilitator guides the program, using meditation,
visualization, music, drawing, and perhaps chanting or QiGong. Although
colored pencils and paper are most often used, groups may make sand
mandalas for sacred ceremonies.
You do not need a background in art because the emphasis is on your
inner process, not on creating art products. The luminous mandalas
you will create may not depict things because the images arise from
within, glowing with your inner light. Participants may
include adults or children in an organization, a support or recovery group, a
spiritual community, or a circle of friends.
During this experiential program, you will:
learn an easy art-as-meditation technique;
set aside distractions and deepen awareness;
access a visionary symbol through guided meditation;
illuminate your personal mandala;
share insights about your inner process.
Please see my events schedule for a list of
upcoming mandala programs and classes.
Contact me at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd
like me to plan and present a mandala program for your organization or
the benefits of attending a Mandala Circle?
Benefits that mandala program participants have reported to me include:
increasing trust in their inner knowing;
quieting the busy mind and opening the heart;
being joyful and peaceful in the present moment;
awakening to the authentic self;
aiding spiritual and emotional healing.
know more about mandalas?
there are many information resources about mandalas, I highly recommend
those by Judith Cornell, author of
Mandala: Luminous Symbols for Healing and
Mandala Healing Kit.