LECTURES, COURSES, WORKSHOPS
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Seminar in Hamilton
Sep. 27, Oct.25, Nov. 22, Dec. 6, Jan. 24, Feb. 28, Mar. 28, Apr. 25, May 23
Fairy tales have captivated the imaginations of human beings around the world for generations. They are symbolic stories that contain universal themes which offer healing insight about dynamics of the psyche. Fairy tales convey essential wisdom about psychic realities such as recovering from loss, learning to start anew, as well as helping us to see some of our human frailty and strengths. Using nine fairy tales as a springboard for discussion, the group will explore what they tell us about navigating the psychological journey toward a more authentic sense of self. The first session will be structured to understand more of the Jungian approach towards a fairy tale.
Minimum number of participants: 3. Maximum number of participants: 8
Seminar in Toronto
Session One will deal with the concepts of ego, shadow, persona, and Self; Session Two with the contra-sexual (anima and animus) as well as the central concept of individuation.