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INDEX 2014 - 2019
INDEX 2005 - 2010
Draw Transformation with Synthesis. What is your core made of? What makes
you tick? Where is your passion? How is your spirit and ego intertwined?
- Identify qualities and habits
- Identify worries and aspirations
- Define Boundaries
- Determine Direction
Lesson Plan: Highlight Self and Other
Who are you now? Who are you in the past? Who are you in the future?
- Foundation. Consider the foundation of a house --
dirt pounded out flat, concrete footers poured straight, rebar reinforcement,
and good drainage. What is your foundation? Draw stacked bricks with
words reflecting your values.
- Frame. Consider the frame of a house -- vertical
joists, horizontal beams, siding and a roof. What is your frame? Draw
tall boards with words reflecting your habits.
- Finishes. Consider the finishes of a house -- floors,
walls and ceiling. What are your finishes? Draw white walls and embellish
them with your style.
- Rose Colored. See the world from rose colored glasses.
Children laugh and play, the community works together, the meal is enticing.
One person's win is another's as well. Draw a flower in full bloom.
- Gray. See the world in shades of grey. Cities, electricity,
smoke. One person's win is another's loss. Differing views and angles
create a fog. There is no absolute truth. Write a list of competing
priorities. Scratch out, circle, underline.
- Black & White. See the world in black and white.
Emptiness provides clarity. Choice is ever present. Draw a clock.
Wear & Tear
- Bruise. Reflect on a bruise. It is a temporary mark
indicating harm has occurred, and that the body's healing is taking
place. Draw 10 boxes; In each, illustrate a bruise healing over time.
- Wrinkle. Reflect on a wrinkle. It is a mark indicating
that experience has accumulated, and the body is changing in response.
Draw different types of wrinkles, both happy and sad.
- Reflex. Reflect on a reflex. It is a reaction indicating
that an action has occurred, and the body has developed a response.
Draw a kneecap and a hammer.
- Feeling. Recall a feeling. Draw a pattern that reflects
the feeling -- undulating waves, radiance, jagged uncertainty.
- Moment. Recall a moment. Draw an object that reflects
that moment -- a party, car crash, wedding.
- Event. Recall an event. Draw people, objects and
activites from that event -- the girl, a balloon, a cheer.
- Important. Reflect on what you see. What feels important?
Draw a stone.
- Tenuous. Reflect on what you see. What feels tenuous?
- Inviting. Reflect on what you see. What feels inviting?
Draw a pool.
- Shimmer. What shimmers? Write down what attracts
- Relevant. What is relevant? Write down why it matters.
- Vivid. What is vivid? Draw a symbol of success. Embellish
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