The tiny Japanese garden or tsuboniwa has a very long history that begins in the Heian period (794-1185). Inside the walls of palaces and residences of
Japanese aristocrats of the time, there were corridors linking the various buildings themselves and between these buildings and corridors, there were
garden areas that would become the first expression of tsuboniwa.
These tiny spots of greenery open between heaven and earth can have many themes, but their purpose remains the same, the sacredness of nature,
miniaturization, even the metaphor of landscape, this not in order to miniaturize for miniaturizing, but rather to express the essence, by focusing research
on the evocative power of the elements that compose it.
During these three days, you will realize each stage of building. You will learn how to properly define your project.
To do this, you will start by studying and analyzing the available space, to take measures and achieve two sketches in color (it is not necessary to have drawing skills),
a basic plan and another in three dimensions. You will choose your materials, the different elements and necessary plants.
Finally, you will proceed to build your tsuboniwa.
If you choose this course in the frame of energy Hortitherapy - NIWATHERAPY©, this course is associated with the theme :
No excuses !
"Why do we feel guilty when we say NO and NO it's really what we want to say ? Why do we say YES when we are not in
agree with what we say YES ? Why do we have the feeling of having to apologize for our CHOICES ? Apologies mean that there is no equality, but many
self-doubt and a humiliating display of hypocritical prostration due to fear of pain resulting from a possible punishment. This course will certainly give you the possibility
to take responsibility for BE who you are. You can not lose anything that you have already lost and you might just BE BETTER !"
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