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Art and Soul
with Tara Resch

Shoots have sprouted

Layers of the soul are revealed

Now is your time to thrive.


Tara creates the opportunity to awaken the dormant seeds of self through the process of transpersonal art therapy. This artful meditation expressed through colour, form and symbols give your subconscious the opportunity to express itself, and help you access your heart's deepest desires. Nourishing the soul through the ancient processes of sacred art creation, you are empowered to open and expand your personal artistic journey, expressed on pages of possibility.

How does it work?

Soul purpose yearns to express its greatest potential. Inner longings and life goals express themselves through ideas, feelings, symbols, syncronicity and dreams. Art therapy grounds and expresses the inner workings of the soul and anchors the blue print of the reality you want to manifest. Line, curve, colour and symbols articulate your aspirations and stir the creative chrysalis within that longs to become a butterfly.

Why does art therapy work?

It works because it is already a part of you.  Fulfilment is your nature, yet, in linear time, it seems like there is an unmet goal  to be achieved.  By acknowledging and empowering your oneness, feeling into your present flow and connecting with your power to choose, you are free to let your unconscious speak through the page and make manifest that which is in your soul and psyche. Giving yourself permission to explore, to play and honour your truth is an expression of faith in your own wholeness.  This faith makes visible what is already real within you.

Be who you are.  Now is your time to thrive.



Tara Resch is an art therapist, writer, poet, performer, sacred tribal body artist, and seeker-of-self.  She helps others become who they truly are, by seeing them in their truth, and helping them to call forth their deepest self.  Tara believes that even the greatest darkness of human experience can be alchemically transformed into the purest light and the greatest joy.


"What we choose to emphasize in this complex history will determine our lives. If we see only the worst, it destroys our capacity to do something. If we remember those times and places - and there are so many - where people have behaved magnificently, this gives us the energy to act, and at least the possibility of sending this spinning top of a world in a different direction."

- Thich Nhat Hanh -