November 2015 newsletter

November 2015

 

Dear Friends,

 

On New Year’s Eve of 2015 the Jungian Center will be ten years old! To celebrate this anniversary the Board of Directors has planned a series of events for next Spring (to avoid the possibility of wintry weather canceling events): We will hold a dinner for the Board and faculty members; an Open House for the public; and, for the 14 students who have taken ten or more courses over these past 10 years, a voucher for a free Jungian Center course. Many, many thanks to all of you who have made the Center a going concern! We look forward to our next 10 years fostering personal growth and self-awareness.

In other news, to my surprise, the new room created at the Center to serve the needs of the handicapped was pressed into service much sooner than I had expected. The Bible Study course is now meeting there, and my concern about it being cold turned out to be just the opposite: It is proving to be too warm! Thanks to the efforts of many people—including our own Joe Nusbaum and Paul Janosik—we have now made the “reasonable accommodation” required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Thank you, Joe and Paul!

This past month we had a wonderful workshop on Sacred Geometry with Katenia Keller. Those who attended found it very interesting, and we are hopeful that Katenia will return next Spring or Summer for another program.

Looking ahead for courses upcoming in November we have two:

 

Jungian Bible Study Workshop II, Wednesdays, 11/4,11,18; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury VT; $60; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

 

How Your Jungian Archetypes Are the Key to Your Happiness and Joy!, Tuesday, 11/10; 6-8PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury VT; free; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909

 

I will be contacting the faculty for their offerings for Winter term 2016. The course notice will appear as our December newsletter. I plan to offer “Jung the Man” and “Living Well, Dying Well,” in addition to continuing the “Women’s Herstory.”

I hope you all have a wonderful November and a happy Thanksgiving!

Warmly,

Sue