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September 2009
Romantic Homes;Sep2009, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p14
The article offers information on Mandala, a therapeutic exercise being conducted by artist Renate Collins at Ojai Valley Inn & Spa. Collins says their approach to creating a Mandala is personal. He mentions that the idea is to look back on a person's life, dream forward and allow images to emerge from the unconscious.


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