A soul's journey

Design Your Own Tattoo

Welcome to this free course

In these 7 weeks of creative fun, we will get to the bottom of it all: what drives you, what you love and who you are. What you’ve come to do. How you wish to express all that in an image.

What does this entail?


 I have put together for you a magical mystery tour where step by step you will get to a beautiful destination: you having a clear picture of you.


This journey consists of 3 modules:


Every module you will get worksheets, visualisations and meditations, and videos.


Once your start, you will get a new lesson every week for 7 weeks. But you will have 11 weeks to finish it all. That means 4 weeks of extra space for your process.


And you have the option to connect to a closed Facebook Group for questions, support and sharing.


Now remember: just because you have designed your own tattoo, doesn’t mean you have to go ahead and let someone put it on you! This challenge is a beautiful journey and hey, if you decide to make it final, go ahead.

If not, the experience will be just as empowering and maybe even life changing.

What will you get out of this?


First of all, you will get to know yourself a whole lot better. To get a clear picture of you, you need to knwo just who you are.


Secondly, you will learn to keep yourself clear from everybody elses ideas on how and what things should or should not be.


Thirdly, you will get your creative flow going. Whoopwhoop! That automatically gives you a lot of joy. And power.


Four: You will get that clear picture of you, you expressed in an image, with or without text.


And ofcourse number six: you will get a supercool beautifully self-designed tattoo, that you do NOT have to actually put on your body. You could use it as a logo. Or keep it for yourself. Or paint it and put it up your wall.

How did this originate?


Since I can remember I toyed with the idea of having beautiful tattoos. When I was very young, I had a little sun done on my left shoulder. I saw it in a magazine and the tattoo artist sighed when he saw it. ‘I’ve done this one maybe 50 times in the last couple of weeks. All women, too.’ Jeez.

I felt ashamed to want something so clearly banal. But I did it, anyway, and with each prick of the needle I felt a sharp pang of ‘never again’.

Not that I had any regrets putting a sun on my shoulder, it’s just that it was absolutely clear to me that if ever I would decide to have another tattoo, it would be mine, and mine alone. It just felt too weird, that strange connection between me and those 50 + women, all reluctantly marked by this man.

Two years ago I found myself in a powerful place: I was just emerging from a long time of feeling small and insignificant, powerless really, and I had a lot of fun doing meditations where I would go inside and just… connect. It felt always very light and bright and golden somehow, and I started to translate what I saw or felt in images. Just scribbling, in a notebook, very relaxed and loose. My mind half in that other place, my hand sort of moving by itself, my eyes not really seeing what I was doing at all. My heart open.

Then one day, I began drawing and I could not stop. The image that was flowing through my veins from my heart onto the paper had to be born.

Afterwards, I was a little bit in awe. I knew I was going to have this image as a tattoo one day, but when, I did not know. Not then, that was clear. I wasn’t ready.

Two years later, whenever I did my future-stuff (meditations where I meet my future-self) I began to see myself with that image on my arm. And even though I wanted to put it on the inside of my left arm, I kept seeing it on the right. I tried to change that by will, but that didn’t work. Eventually I simply asked myself in meditation and the answer was pretty clear.

After that, I searched the web and found an amazing tattoo artist who I knew was the right one. I travelled to the coast and when he was done, I felt it had been there always. You know those videos where stuff merges with other stuff? Like that. Like I, the one without the tattoo had merged with the one who had it, and then it had always been there.

Now, when I look back, I can see what it was I did to bring me to such clarity. And I decided to put the whole process into this 7 week program.

Hope you enjoy!

Hope you have fun!

And I certainly hope it will bring you good things.

How do I join?


Just enter your name and emailadres and you will receive an email with all the details.
Not getting anything?

Drop me a line at marieke@mariekezwinkels.com

Will you do me a favor? If you like this, spread the word! I want to give this to as many people as possible because I feel it will bring good stuff to those who participate. More freedom, more love, more safety and more empowerment. Many thanks if you do,