Upcoming Spring Term Courses 2016

Upcoming Courses for Spring 2016

 

Jungian Bible Study Workshop III: Wednesdays, 3/16,23,30, 4/6; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury VT; $60; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

This course introduces students to a Jungian approach to handling the Book of Revelations, including such topics as allegorical and metaphorical thinking, non-literal interpretation, analysis of key Biblical archetypes, and how we might make sense of John’s amazing visions. No prior familiarity with the Bible, Judaism or Christianity is necessary. Edward Edinger’s The Archetype of the Apocalypse will be lent to students. Led by Sue Mehrtens

 

How Jungian Archetypes Can Help You Identify a Fulfilling Career So You Create a Career You Love: Wednesday, 4/6; 6-7:30PM; teleconference; free; to register and get call-in information, call Cornelia Ward (802) 864-2978

In this teleconference we’ll be talking about what Jungian archetypes are; how they can help you to live more joyfully, in both your personal and professional life; how to identify what your Jungian archetypes are, and more. Led by Cornelia Ward, a career and business mentor who helps people make a transition to a career or business that really lights them up so they are excited to get back to work on Mondays; see her Web site: www.LifePurposeStrategySession.com

 

Women’s Herstory: 4/7, 5/5; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury VT; $20 for remaining two sessions; to register and get the reading materials, call Sue (802) 244-7909

Our final sessions bring our “herstory” up to the present, with examination of the final push for women’s suffrage, the World War II years and the backlash of the 1950’s, the “second wave” of feminism in the 1960’s and 1970’s, and the backlash of the 1980’s, and an examination of the current state of feminism in the 21st century. Led by Sue Mehrtens

 

Dream Analysis via Jung’s Own Seminar: Wednesdays, 4/13,20,27, 5/4; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury VT; $60; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

Over three years, 1928-1930, Jung gave a seminar to his students on dream analysis. This course draws on the notes his students took, which reveals for modern students many of Jung’s own guidelines and techniques. A useful course for both beginner and advanced students of dream work. Led by Sue Mehrtens

 

The Hero’s Journey: Discovering Your Self-Worth: Saturday, 4/16; 11AM-3PM; River Arts, 32 Richmond St, Morrisville; $45 (includes art materials and snacks; bring a bag lunch); to register, call Sara (802) 888-3802

Do you have a verse humming in your psyche that goes like this: “You’re not enough, you’re never enough, you’ll never be good enough?” Discovering your self-worth can change your tune. Using creativity, play, journaling, active meditation and reflection, we will set off on what Joseph Campbell refers to as the Hero’s Journey, to discover who we are and what we value in ourselves. Through this process of self-discovery, we can realize our true worth and not search for it in all the wrong places. No one will have power over us and we will have nothing to prove. By cultivating self-respect, we can then be able to cherish, honor and delight in our true Self! Led by Sara Waskuch, consultant, creative thinker and life-long student.

 

Jungian Center Open House, Saturday, April 30th, 2-4PM; Steele Community Room, Waterbury Municipal Office, 28 North Main Street, Waterbury VT; free; no need to register.

Come celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Jungian Center. Learn about our Life Mission Institute, upcoming courses and other learning opportunities locally and via distance learning, meet faculty, Board members, and enjoy food, drink and fun activities.

 

Finding Your Mission in Life: Wednesdays, 5/11,18,25,6/1; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $60; to register call Sue (802) 244-7909.

Every person alive has a unique soul mission, a special way he or she is meant to make a difference in the world. When we discover our purpose we open our lives to greater joy, meaning and wonder. Using techniques suggested by the holistic healer Edgar Cayce, students handle a variety of tools and instruments to determine their purposes for living. Besides learning ways to get intuitive guidance about personal mission, participants in this workshop also discover their personality type and assess their range of talents. Led by the Life Mission Institute team.

 

Synchronicity Workshop: Saturday & Sunday, May 14 & 15, 9AM to 5PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $75; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909.

In this experiential workshop we discuss the meaning and features of synchronicity and then apply it to personal problems and current life situations, so as to strengthen trust in both our inner guidance and the sympatheia of the Universe. Students should come to this course with specific questions about which they want insight and guidance. Readings by Jung and other Jungians provide students with different perspectives on synchronicity and how to use it. Multiple hand-outs and take-away materials, as well as lunch are provided both days. Led by Sue Mehrtens

 

Messages from Nature: Saturday, June 4th, 9AM to Noon; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $35; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909.

The symbols that surround us in Nature and the Seasons are messages, exciting clues that help us understand what we need to know now in our lives. In this workshop we examine ways to recognize and interpret symbols from Nature that help us move forward in positive ways, in a format that combines beautiful Nature photography and discussion. Led by Susan Ackerman, M.A.T., M.Ed, counselor, writer, astrologer, photographer and teacher with over 30 years’ experience in the study and interpretation of symbols. She is the author of Beginnings and Endings, The Gift of Time and Ella’s Journey from Sadness to Hope.

 

Special Event:

“Cowspiracy.” Saturday night movie, March 19th, 7PM-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; free; let me know you are coming, so I will have the room prepared.

Come discover the major environmental impact produced by our standard Western diet of meat, eggs and dairy, in this well-produced 90-minute film. We’ll discuss it afterwards.

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