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STEVEN HERRMANN, Ph.D., MFT and LORI GOLDRICH, Ph.D. Jung described active imagination as a technique for discovering the mythopoetic images hidden in the emotions. Jung modeled this method in his Red Book. A related technique is what Walt Whitman called Vocalism. Poets who have used this method have helped to articulate what our national myth is in the United States. One of our central myths is “Spiritual Democracy.” Spiritual Democracy is a way to sacred action, whether through political activism,…Find out more »
ALICE VAN BUREN, M.A. This is a hands-on workshop on courting the unconscious through drawing and painting. We’ll meet in my studio and examine the place that art holds in Jungian thought and in our lives. We will explore how fraught it is to let the unconscious loose in a drawing and how to help that happen. We’ll use our own dreams as our library and source for imagery and symbol-making. We’ll meet four times over the year, in the…Find out more »
Cancelled: Violence in Fairy Tales: a Symbolic Key to Violence in our Culture and its Possible Transformation
Donald Kalsched, Ph.D. When Bruno Bettelheim published The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales in 1989, controversies erupted about how all the violence in the Grimm’s tales might traumatize our children or provoke them to violent behavior. Bettelheim said this was nonsense—that violence was part of life and that children were actually helped by having imagery for violence that placed it in the context of the human imagination and surrounded it with meaningful stories. Today, the…Find out more »
Zoom Online Lecture: Finding Hope in Troubled Times: the Longing for Rebirth in an American Cultural Complex KAITRYN WERTZ, L.P.C. This presentation first considers the early American experience of rebirth in a new land and its accompanying mythology of violence, conquest and scapegoating. This is contrasted with an emerging theme of rebirth through relatedness, visible in recent children’s films and in the dreams of individuals. The image of the frontiersman, the European colonists’ earliest hero, contrasts with that of a…Find out more »
Zoom Online Lecture: Spiritual Democracy, Jung, and the American Psyche STEVEN HERRMANN, Ph.D., MFT Jung described active imagination as a technique for discovering the mythopoetic images hidden in the emotions. Jung modeled this method in his Red Book. A related technique is what Walt Whitman called Vocalism. Poets who have used this method have helped to articulate what our national myth is in the United States. One of our central myths is “Spiritual Democracy.” Spiritual Democracy is a way to…Find out more »
Zoom Online Panel and Public Forum: Our Country in Crisis Each November for the past few years, the panelists - Jacqueline, Jerome, and Don - have presented their current reflections about the state of our nation, followed by a group discussion. Given the ongoing intensification of radical and rapid shifts in our nation with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic and national demonstrations supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, it is once again impossible, until November arrives, to closely identify…Find out more »
REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM IS NOW CLOSED DONALD KALSHED, Ph.D. When Bruno Bettelheim published The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales in 1989, controversies erupted about how all the violence in the Grimm’s tales might traumatize our children or provoke them to violent behavior. Bettelheim said this was nonsense—that violence was part of life and that children were actually helped by having imagery for violence that placed it in the context of the human imagination and…Find out more »
BRADLEY A. TEPASKE, Ph.D. Dr. TePaske’s presentation offers four segments on our depth psychological relationship with our planetary environment. The focus of tonight’s lecture is “Pacha Mama: Reflections of Eros in Nature.” While Pacha Mama is indigenous to the Andes and Amazonia, an initial sense of her nature is conveyed in biblical passages such as Wisdom in the 8th Chapter of Proverbs who fashions the world and in the Apocryphal book, Wisdom, where she possesses knowledge of solstices, the nature…Find out more »
RENEE CUNNINGHAM, M.A., M.F.T. The lecture will focus exclusively on the March from Selma to Montgomery and the development of culture through the implementation of the eightfold path of nonviolence. The concepts of individuation, the Ego/Self Axis, the cultural unconscious and cultural complex will be demonstrated and amplified as key components of development within the individual and culture. Archetypal nonviolence will be defined and amplified utilizing Gandhi’s concepts of Satyagraha and Ahimsa, and King’s six tenets of nonviolence. The group…Find out more »
SHERYL CORCHNOY, M.A., LMFT Well before the Covid-19 Pandemic there were half a billion gamers in the world. Since the global movement to 'shelter in place', the games industry has reported record numbers, as millions more have turned to online gaming for related contact and entertainment from home. The most highly populated Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) today? World of Warcraft (WoW) —but it isn’t just a game. It’s a virtual environment—a derivative story wherein world mythologies are…Find out more »
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