Courses and events currently on offer at the Jungian Center

To sign up for a course please complete the signup form at the bottom of this page or call Sue at Tel: (802) 244-7909 or Fax: (802) 244-1696
Below is a list of The Center's current activities.
Many of the courses offered at The Center are available in a distance learning format Click here for distance learning courses where you can purchase and download courses.

Upcoming Winter 2020 Courses

Upcoming Courses for Winter Term 2020

Astrology II,
Saturdays, 1/4,11,18,25th; 2-4PM (snow day, 2/1, 2PM); 55 Clover
Lane, Waterbury; $60; registration required; to register, call Sue (802)
244-7909

This intermediate course considers a variety of topics essential
to the practice of general astrology, including transits, progressions, solar
returns, synastry and theories of chart comparison, psychological astrology and
the Jungian concept of the inner city, in a format that stresses the
integration of data into a coherent and meaningful delineation of a natal chart
and its unfoldment over time. Pre-requisite: Astrology I, or its equivalent. Led
by Sue Mehrtens.

Syllabus for Aging,
Mondays, 1/6,13,20,27th; 7-9PM (snow day, 2/3, 7PM); 55 Clover Lane,
Waterbury; $60; registration required; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

How do we sustain our creative dignity as we age? What are
our goals beyond surviving another year? What do we still plan to accomplish?
How do we find appropriate mentors and models? At the age of 77, these are
questions I’ve been considering for some time. Many of us have had a sense of
our progressive identities, but what happens as we move beyond the familiar,
clear-cut demarcations that may have included career, marriage, parenthood, roles
as mentors, illness and recovery, retirement? I believe we can establish a
grasp on who we are stillbecoming by devising a syllabus or
plan for our aging. In this course we will reflect on the stages we’ve
accomplished or moved through to achieve our present stance. Which habits of
action and mind are still useful? How do we experiment with new habits and
routines? What ambitions and practices will create the necessary energy to take
our next steps? Each of us will read and write our way through the creation of
a personal syllabus or plan for our continuing development. Led by Ann Turkle.

Connecting to the
Divine with Portable Pocket Shrines, 1/11; 1-4PM (snow day, 1/18, 1PM); 55
Clover Lane; $25; registration required; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

Take a journey into a place of inspiration and honoring of
the divine creative source as we use guided imagery to enhance the art-making
process of creating portable pocket shrines. Connecting with your spiritual
image(s) ranging from Natural Elements, various Deities, Saints, Angels, Gods
and/or Goddesses, we will build a visual and tactile portal between profane and
mundane–one that allow us to ground the present moment while accessing our
deeper spiritual resources. No prior experiences is required. Materials are
provided. Please join us as we embark on this spiritual adventure! Led by
Cecile Leriche

Shadow: Recognizing
White Privilege, Saturdays, 2/8,15,22,29th; 2-4PM (snow day, 3/7,
2PM); 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $60; registration required; to register, call
Sue (802) 244-7909

A hands-on experiential workshop designed to help people get
wise to racism and how concepts like white superiority and implicit bias serve
to maintain our racist culture. Multiple readings and exercises drawn from
sources by both whites and persons of color provide different perspectives and
offer insights into how we all can benefit from becoming more conscious and
self-aware of this powerful aspect of our collective and personal shadow. Led
by Sue Mehrtens

A Sense of Place,
Mondays, 2/10,17,24,3/2; 7-9PM (snow day, 3/9, 7PM); 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury;
$60; registration required; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

The Native American author N. Scott Momaday wrote in his
book The Names “The events of
our lives take place…Take place.” He makes clear that a sense of place is
required as the setting for our lives to unfold. Through a series of short
reading and writing assignments we will explore the role that place has had in
each of our lives. Does your childhood experience of place still define who you
are? Has travel allowed you to develop and reflect on a broader sense of self?
Is your present home a true home to the person you are becoming? Are you a
transportable potted plant or a deeply rooted tree? Family photos, journals,
maps, and art work can all help us find our places. Come explore your sense of
place. We will read excerpts from Bruce Chatwin’s Song Lines, Leslie Marmon Silko’s work on the relationship between
narrative and place, Tom Wessel’s Reading
the Forested Landscape
, and more. Led by Ann Turkle

ongoing:

Soul-Tending,
Tuesdays, 1/7, 2/4, 3/3; 7-9PM

Harpies &
Harridans, Women Behaving Badly, Thursdays, 1/2,2/6,3/5; 7-9PM

Upcoming Events

Courses for Winter term 2020

Upcoming Courses for Winter Term 2020 Astrology II, Saturdays, 1/4,11,18,25th; 2-4PM (snow day, 2/1, 2PM); 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $60; registration required; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909 This intermediate course considers a variety of topics essential to the practice of general astrology, including transits, progressions, solar returns, synastry and theories of chart comparison, psychological […]

Special Event not to be missed

Welcome the Darkness, Give Thanks to the Light: Celtic Music, Poetry and Story in Praise of the Natural World concert 11/15, 7PM, $25 workshop 11/16, 10AM-4PM All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Shelburne full information at https://conta.cc/2JQcF6M  

Workshop / Retreat

October 9th-12th.  Workshop: “Love is What We Came Here For” by Dr. Jeremiah Abrams, from Bali; Jungian Analyst, Best-selling author, teacher, mentor. At Sacred Mountain Studio.  Dr. Abrams will be giving a public talk on the 7th of October at 7:30 at the College Street Congregational Church in Burlington ($5 to attend). Contact kateygordon@gmail.com

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