To Inspire, Transform & Heal

Linda Wiggen Kraft
Creativity for the Soul

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Welcome to my blog. My work and life are my play and passion. It is a crazy quilt of creativity for the soul that is meant to inspire, transform and heal through gardens, art and work with the sacred. I work and play in gardens, garden design, garden writing, mandala art, art journaling, photography, classes and workshops, pottery, meditation, meditation teaching, sustainability and sacred space. I share my life with my husband, sons, daughters-in-law, friends, clients and students.

2020 – Spring to Summer – Beauty, Pain & Changes

2020 – Spring to Summer – Beauty, Pain & Changes With all that has, and is, happening in 2020 there are two quotes that dig deep and wide into my being. They fill me with hope and fire.  And during this July 4th  weekend celebration of the birth of U.S. independence, they speak loudest. “What […]

Creativity during Covid 19 – Young & Old – Free Downloads #2

Creativity in the Time of Covid-19 – Mandala Coloring – Free Downloads #2 This blog post is part 2 of mandala coloring downloads from Mandalas Every Day Coloring Book for Children & Adults.  I’ll share more of these and other mandala downloads in weeks to come. Instructions* and notes** about printing the PDFs, sending via […]

Sharing Mandalas – One’s a Tattoo

Sharing Mandalas – One’s a Tattoo I’m so happy I can again share the creativity of others with their mandalas and art. Also I get to share a first. A mandala that was the inspiration for a tattoo. Last fall I got an email from Chanda showing me the tattoo she got that was the […]

New Beginnings – Clarity & 20-20-20

A New Year & A  New Blog (Finally) May this New Year 2020 bring the blessings of your true and highest self to the world. Let your beauty, creativity, truth and love bring your healing power to this world. New Blog This is the first blog of 2020. I’m very happy to be sending out […]

Missing Making Mandalas

It’s been too long since I shared a blog post and have had time to make mandalas. I have missed making mandalas and sharing. Here are photos of mandala flowers, mandalas created by friends and the puppy.

Artist of the Mysteries – Hilma af Klint

I had never been to the New York Guggenheim until last month when I saw the Hilma af Klint exhibit. Seeing her paintings, in some ways felt like a coming home. Born in 1862, Hilma was a spiritual seeker who devoted her life to expressing the mystical realms through painting.  Having discovered Theosophy in my early 20s and Anthroposophy years later, Hilma’s paintings resonated something familiar.

Mandalas – Five Universal Shapes

There are 5 universal shapes that are archetypes of energy and psyche  that humankind shares across time and cultures. They are the circle, square, equal sided cross, triangle and spiral.

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