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The Jung Center Houston
March 10, 2017 - March 11, 2017
Save the date for a weekend lecture and workshop at The Jung Center Houston, March 10-11, 2017
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Lecture: Tracking the Flow and Impact of Archetypes in Your Life
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Friday, Mar 10
7 – 8:30 pm
$20 ($15 members)
1.5 CE hours
Stories can guide, heal, or mislead; formulate meaning that helps people survive or even thrive; and give shape to our lives, as the narratives we tell ourselves influence what we do and what capacities we develop. The most potent stories communicate the movement and deep structures of our souls, and depth psychology helps us to uncover and understand the particular power of these archetypal characters, images, and narrative patterns. In this lecture, we will explore how the shifting patterns seen in narratives about Demeter, Persephone, Zeus, and Dionysus mirror the kinds of energetic flows that can occur in us as we grow to meet the challenges of today’s rapidly changing and disorienting times.
Workshop: Tracking the Flow and Impact of Archetypes in Your Life
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Saturday, Mar 11
10 am – 4 pm
$100 ($90 members)
4.5 CE hour
Discover how archetypes appear throughout our developmental process, a spiral movement in which we can see the timeless energy of the archetypes encounter the specific circumstances of our biology and history. Each stage of our lives, from childhood to maturity, will be seen as offering its own movie set. At these stages, certain archetypal characters emerge within each of us and respond to the challenge of playing parts that help us respond effectively to the plotline being lived around and through us. We will present and explore images of archetypal characters and descriptions of their stories, using a range of individual and group experiences. We will explore the abilities each of us has developed, or are in the process of developing, through living archetypal stories. And we will identify any area in our lives where a new narrative might be required to meet the challenges we are currently facing.