Color Me Human

A new offering from Soul Circles

Summer Camp for the Soul

Color Me Human

Visual Journaling & Group Process for Personal Exploration

An invitation to a safe, creative conversation about Identity, Color, Culture and what it means to belong as an individual & a member of society

If you feel… 

  • Unseen, unheard, marginalized or purposefully excluded 
  • Burdened by the suffering and real trauma that society imposes

A Soul Circle is a creative opportunity to: 

  • Inquire into your own identity, not the one that was assigned to you 
  • Acknowledge the suffering and real trauma that society imposes
  • Honor your experience and mourn personal loss in a safe place 
  • Explore how to be a compassionate ally to yourself and others 
  • Open a conversation that creates space for systemic change 
  • Authorize yourself to feel fully included, valued, and respected 
  • Be vulnerable and to claim the sovereignty of your inner authority


Friday Morning Group


March 17- June 2, 2023

10:15 am – 12:30 pm PDT

Please check your time zone

A complimentary pre-participation interview is required.

  • Online/Small Group Size.
  • Partial scholarships available based on need.
  • Must attend all 12 sessions.
  • Only simple tools are necessary.

“Page-by-page, week-by-week, my journalbecame deeply layered with images, text, color, and my words. I now ‘make my mark’ fearlessly. My decision-making skills, confidence and relationships with others have blossomed.” 

~ P.H., group participant

“Thank you once again for an absolutely wonderful experience with the group. You are a great leader and brought out the best in us!”

J.C., group participant

About Soul Circles

Our Soul Self speaks to us through its creative instinct with its self-healing impulse.
The more we engage, explore, and express our creative impulse, the more we learn to trust it and to risk inhabiting ourselves more deeply.
And, the more we make our way without giving up, the more we attune to our inner reality, rather than the reality that was foisted on us. 
From there, we can have a meaningful and healing conversation about identity, color, culture, and belonging.