LECTURES, COURSES, WORKSHOPS
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Featured Public Events
Nov. 1: “Complexes” Tim Pilgrim
Nov. 8: “Typology” Mary Tomlinson
Nov. 15: “Anima and Animus” Robert Black
Nov. 29: “Shadow and Persona” Graham Jackson
The act of performing can take us from a place of terror to pure joy and elation. To be on that journey we need to access the Space Within: to be present in our body, our mind and our heart. This seminar is experiential: we will address the problems of stage fright and creative blocks. It will also offer possibilities for self-reflection and exploration of the most often experienced complexes and core negative beliefs.
In addition to considering the help provided by yoga practice, we will also spend time dwelling on the concept of a quiet and centred mind and doing simple yet powerful breathing exercises to anchor ourselves. We will also refer to some of C. G. Jung’s writings on meditation, “Psychology of Eastern Meditation” and “A Commentary on The Secret of the Golden Flower”). Please wear some loose, comfortable clothing.
Elisabeth Pomès is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Toronto. She is also a performing artist, voice teacher and yoga teacher. She has created the workshop, “Performance Without Fear”, to help artists with stage fright and creative blocks.
Lecture at 14 Elm
An exploration of the unconscious forces which rule conscious living through a
symbolic-psychological analysis of George Frideric Handel's enchanting opera Alcina.
This opera is being produced by Toronto-based Opera Atelier from October 23 -November 1, 2014
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE
NON MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE; $25 AT THE DOOR