Cynthia is a spiritual blogger, author, artist, and a McLean Meditation Institute Certified Meditation & Mindfulness Teacher.
Cynthia first encountered meditation in 2002 and started her practice regularly in 2008 as part of her spiritual journey. She also discovered that meditation really helped to alleviate the stress and anxiety she felt while living the challenges of modern life, allowing her to experience peace in the midst of it all. When the people around her started noticing how calm she remained in stressful situations, they started asking about her “secret.” It was then that she knew she needed to share her practice with others.
Cynthia has a master’s degree in the educational field and brings her love of teaching into her meditation instruction. She has also studied art at the university level and uses this with her practice to teach about mandalas and meditation. Her real name is Cynthia Calhoun and goes by Sageleaf as her pen and artist name.
Events with Cynthia Calhoun
June 5, 2020
The art of mandala combined with the art of meditation: find your center no matter what’s happening around you and cultivate a sense of peace. During this online retreat, you’ll learn ways to incorporate meditation into your life, through the theme of the mandala in all its forms. You’ll attend Zoom sessions designed to help you practice regular meditation, and experience guided meditations that involve “the center” or “the circle.” You’ll spend some time creating mandalas in different forms, such as drawing (with markers or pencils), and with objects that you can collect outside or from your home. Learn lessons…