Global warming in Vermont means Lake Champlain doesn’t freeze over, and that means we get clouds. So we’ve had a sunny day for the whole day only 3 times in the month of January!–no help for my solar panels, no recharging of the batteries that would back up my essentials–the ripple effects of climate change.
But we have not had a recent power failure, and it is cozy warm in my home and my heart as I look forward to our upcoming February courses, list in chronological order below.
Introduction to Jung, Wednesdays, Feb. 1,8,15,22; 7-9PM EST; $60 (via PayPal or check in $US); to register, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
A basic overview of Jung, the man, his thought and his legacy to psychology and our world. As a primer on Jungiana, this course introduces key concepts in Jung’s thought (e.g. personality types, the collective unconscious, archetypes, and the individuation process). Participants will have a one-on-one session discussing their unique set of archetypes. A foundational course for more advanced courses in the Jungian Center curriculum. Led by Sue Mehrtens
Animal Communication Workshop, Feb. 5; 9:30am -2:30pm EST; via Zoom; $125 payable by check or PayPal. Checks to Julie Soquet, 53 Thistle Hill Drive, Hinesburg, VT 05461. Paypal through www.juliesoquet.com, on contact page. Registration by email to email@example.com . Registration and payment due by 2/1.
This workshop will open our minds and hearts to our animal friends , who delight in being heard! A variety of approaches will be practiced to enhance our natural telepathic and intuitive abilities. Photos of animals currently in your life are requested for the workshop. More details upon registration. The website, www.juliesoquet.com will offer more background on the workshop leader, Julie Soquet.
A Potpourri of Topics, Feb. 6,13, 20; 7-9PM EST; single course, $20; set of 4 courses, $75; (via PayPal , Zelle, Venmo or check to Kimia Maleki, sent c/o Jungian Center, 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury VT 05676); to register, email Kimia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 6: The basis of Dis-ease: trauma, toxicity, and thoughts; Feb. 13: Our local animals as our greatest allies and healers; Feb. 20: Internalizing the Good Mother: self-love, intuition, inner beauty, sacred home, intentional living, and emotional well-being
We have an exciting upcoming workshop in March on creating pocket shrines, March 16, 18 and 20; watch for our March newsletter for more information and how to register.
Stay warm and safe,
the link to our February blog essay is: