Art Activity and Video Tutorial: Feminine Aspects Pie Chart

Art Activity

As an extension of this practice, we have attached a handout and video tutorial to create a Feminine Aspects Pie Chart. The attached Feminine Aspects Assessment may help you to isolate how to imagine these aspects on a practical, day-to-day basis. The purpose of this activity is to explore your own relationship to the three aspects we have discussed, in a tangible way. A few questions to consider after you have completed this activity:

  1. Did anything jump out at you, or surprise you, about your pie chart? Did you find yourself having any immediate insights?
  2. What is the relationship between the proportions, color choices, and/or adjectives you chose, and the nature of your connection to these aspects in your life?
    1. For example:
      • i. “I feel really close to the transformative aspect, so I designate a big piece of the pie with bright warm colors.”
      • ii.“I have a conflicted relationship with the abundant aspect, but I still feel like I have a lot of those traits, so I gave it a big piece of the pie, but made the color muddy and dark.”
  3. Complete three “I am” statements describing your pie chart.
    1. For example:
      • i.“I am multicolored.”
      • ii.“I am a little messy.”
      • iii.“I am not completely defined by one aspect.”
  4. If your pie chart had a need, what would it be?
  5. If your pie chart had some advice for you, what would it be?
  6. If your pie chart could have anything in the world, what would it want?
  7. If you were to imagine putting your pie chart into your body, where would it reside? How would it make your body to move?