November 2018 newsletter

November 2018

 

Dear Friends,

 

This newsletter is coming to you a few days early because I am off soon for a short visit to my alma mater. It’s been 45 years since I walked around the Yale campus, and for my birthday, my sister offered to treat me to a 3-day outing to New Haven. I will return just in time for the first class of “Ethics for the Aquarian Age,” our final course for the Fall 2018 term (Wednesdays, 10/31, 11/7,14 & 28 [no class on the 21st, the eve of Thanksgiving], 7-9PM).

After our holiday break (11/29 through 1/2/19), we have a full roster of courses in our Winter term:

Women’s Health and Healing continues, Thursdays, 1/3,2/7 & 3/7, 7-9PM

Introduction to Meditation, Saturdays, 1/5,12,19,26th (snow day, 3/2, 2PM)

Finding Security in a Tumultuous World, Wednesdays, 1/9,16,23,30, 7-9PM (snow day 2/6)

Introduction to Dream Work, Thursdays, 1/10,17,24,31, 7-9PM (snow day, 2/1)

Critical Thinking in a Time of Confusion, 1st Tuesday of Feb, Mar, April, May (2/5,3/5,4/2,5/7, 7-9PM)

Mandala Workshop, Wednesdays, 2/13,20,27 & 3/6 (snow day 3/13

For full descriptions of these programs, watch for our “Upcoming Course Notice for Winter 2018,” which replaces our December newsletter.

I hope you have a wonderful month, and a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Warmly,

Sue

 

The link to our November essay is:

https://jungiancenter.org/wp/jung-on-god-key-features/