Beautiful Patterns of Expressive Art
The word kaleido comes from the Greek words kalos and eidos, which means beautiful pattern. Many years ago, I wanted a way to express myself in a meaningful and healing way. I started journaling in a unique way and realized the pages were like a kaleidoscope and created a colorful and beautiful pattern of me.
Self-Discovery through Coaching and Arts
Kaleido Journaling for Self-Discovery shows you how to create your very own Kaleido Journal using color, words, images and symbols. You will learn how to recognize your inner lizard and break free from self-limiting and untrue thoughts. The class teaches you how to brainstorm, create action plans and use small steps for momentum toward your dreams and goals. AND explore positive mind-set tools that will help you stay motivated.
What’s In the Course?
The course includes lecture videos, articles, worksheets and a 30 page e-book. It’s a magical mix that takes a creative, playful and relaxed approach to self-discovery, reaching goals and staying motivated.
What Others are Doing
If you want to see what a Kaleido Pages look like you can visit the Expressive Arts Gallery and get a sneak peak. Kaleido Journals are easy, fun and joyful to create. There is no right or wrong way.
What Others are Saying
It’s fun! The author has prepared well; she speaks at a measured pace and enunciates very clearly. Her presentation is suited to the course topic in that she dresses and presents herself colorfully and has taken the time to position herself in front a colorful and interest background. And there are a few times that she allows some fun, emotional expression out, which makes her seem real, and happy about her work, and fun to watch. Also, she gives a lot of permission and encouragement. –Sooz
I love the instructor’s approach and feel excited to be creating a Kaleido Journal. –Robyn
Kimba has created a very friendly course that gives you permission to be less than perfect. It allows you to scribble, paste, stick to create pages that will eventually help you connect the dots. Her tutoring is friendly and obviously enjoys and is knowledgeable about what she is talking about. –Wendy
The course is hosted on Udemy so it’s easy to access for as long as you need the course.