The Spiritual Blueprint is a phenomenological tool Nona has been developing and refining for many years. 

It already assists many professionals in Israel in the fields of therapy, education, and art appreciation in general. It can be applied to all therapeutic modes and is vital in a multicultural society. The term “blueprint” embraces the essence of any creator’s actions, visualizations, thoughts, and feelings that are conveyed physically in the making of art. Every human being embodies a combined heritage of character traits, likes, and dislikes that make them who they are. Thus, marks left on any material are a marvel, interweaving the universal and the personal archetypes in endless variations. If given a chance, this essential imprint will continue to develop and become enriched throughout our lifetime.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a one-time LIVE event happening 10:00-11:00am Eastern Standard Time on Sunday, October 18, 2020. This LIVE event will not be recorded as per the presenter’s request. Participants must attend the LIVE event in order to participate. All sales are final. Refunds, for any reason, will not be issued. Missed attendance will not be refunded as tickets are for the LIVE event only. By purchasing your ticket, you agree to these terms and conditions. 

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  • Begin using the Spiritual Blueprint immediately.

  • See more in depth and in objectivity angles of your students or clients you could not perceive before.

  • Join Nona's Facebook study group titled "The Good Enough Studio", where you will be able to discuss the "Spiritual Blueprint" in greater depth.

Here's what's inside...

  • 1

    Welcome to Sundays with Susan

    • How to Navigate this Course, Access Your Certificate of Completion, and Leave a Review

    • Welcome from Susan Wright, Founder, Nurtured Inspirations

    • Getting to Know You

    • Your Thoughts on The Spiritual Blueprint of the Creator

  • 2

    Nona Orbach ~ The Spiritual Blueprint of the Creator: A Phenomenological Observation Tool

    • About Nona Orbach

    • Your Wonderings

    • Phenomenology Terms ~ A List in Progress

    • Join the LIVE Dialogue Here

    • Your Reflections

    • Discussion Forum

    • Your Actions

  • 3

    Your next steps...

    • Before you go...

Educational Thought Leaders

Nona Orbach

Nona Orbach, MA, is a certified art therapist with 32 years of experience. She lives and works in Israel where she is a supervisor and facilitator of workshops for therapists and educators in Israel, Japan, and Italy and an active contemporary artist with exhibits in museums in Israel, the U.S., Tokyo, France, and Poland. Since 2015, Nona has been leading two Internet study groups [in Hebrew and in English]. 7,000 study-group participants are making a major impact within studio settings in education, hospitals, and private clinics. She is co-author of The Spirit of Matter (1997), the essential manual used in Israel by the helping professions and art educators [translated into English and Italian]. Her upcoming book, The Good Enough Studio, will be published in 2020.

Founder, Nurtured Inspirations

Susan Wright

For over 32 years, Susan Wright has shared a passion with educators and parents who guide, nurture, and inspire children. Working collaboratively with children, she works alongside educators and parents to make visible children’s thinking as a way to honour each child’s human experience and unique ways of being. As a teacher, researcher, author, and pedagogical leader, Susan brings a fresh perspective to education through the relationships she builds with educators and parents. As the Founder of the newest collective in education, Susan created Nurtured Inspirations as a way to connect globally with individuals and teams of educators and parents looking to share together as intellectual partners building learning relationships alongside children. Susan travels internationally and collaborates virtually with those wishing to build lasting learning partnerships that share in rich educational endeavours. Susan has visited schools in Canada, the United States, and Italy to study children’s thinking and learning, and to engage in pedagogical dialogue around educator practise.