In many indigenous traditions, a person seeking answers to questions would approach a medicine man or woman sitting by the fire and ask what they should do to resolve their dilemma. He or she classically would respond to this request by saying, “Let me tell you a story.” Moms, dads, mentors, and friends can do this, too…. In new situations, often what is needed is a new story that can help supply a map for the new journey and a toehold when that journey feels like climbing up a steep and dangerous mountain.
I am pleased to be part of a panel of educators offering an on-line course for the Assisi Institute: International Center for the Study of Archetypal Patterns. This course will address the trauma of feminine oppression and working with psyche, soul and the creative unconscious to connect with the emerging feminine. When you register, you will […]