We HOPE to offer a Holotropic Breathwork Workhop Soon
And see below for online offerings.
SoulCollage®️: Saturday, October 23, 3 p.m. Central Wanting to do some inner exploration until we can meet again for a breathwork workshop? Then join us for a fun and powerful virtual SoulCollage®️ workshop on October 23rd.
SoulCollage®️ uses images from magazines and other print media to give voice to our inner energies and ideas through a creative collage process. Certified facilitator Kerry Seizinger will lead the group through exercises to select images and create at least one collage. Then, using an inquiry process, each participant will begin to engage with the voice and wisdom of their new image.
No art experience or skill necessary. Simply gather some old magazines, a pair of scissors, and a glue stick, as well as some printer paper, card stock or poster board and join us on October 23rd at 3 p.m. Central.
Zoom Information: Pam Stockton is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Pam Stockton's Zoom Meeting Time: Oct 23, 2021 02:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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The Philosophical Unconscious Mark Ryan
C. G. Jung Educational Center, Wednesday, November 17, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Registration Links:
The ‘discovery’ of the unconscious in psychology was anticipated, and its way paved, by philosophical speculations about hidden mental life. With roots in German Romanticism, philosophers, artists and literary figures of the earlier 19th century explored dreams, parapsychology, mental illness, myths and folklore as expressions of unconscious mind. Half a century before Breuer and Freud’s pioneering Studies in Hysteria (1895), for example, the physician and painter Carl Gustav Carus asserted that the “key to the knowledge of the nature of the soul’s conscious life lies in the realm of the unconscious.” Join a cultural historian as he examines seminal notions that shaped core ideas of Carl Jung and other figures of depth psychology.
"The Sacred Speaks" Podcast with Mark Ryan In a newly mounted podcast, Mark Ryan discusses his book on spiritual psychology, A Different Dimension: Reflections on the History of Transpersonal Thought. The conversation, focusing on the human capacity for spiritual experience, is on the podcast series "The Sacred Speaks," hosted by John Price. It is accessible in both video and audio versions:
Wednesday, December 1, 5:30-7pm Central Creating Peace: A Buddhist Perspective (Livestreaming ONLY)
Join Buddhist Chaplain Ginger Clarkson for stories and lecture exploring Buddhist precepts and principles for creating inner and outer peace. Central to our efforts to establish peace in ourselves and in our communities are the concepts of interdependence and impermanence. A traditional guided meditation will give participants a practical introduction to opening the heart and cultivating a sense of peace. http://junghouston.org/program-offering-detail/?id=19503a72-f5fc-11eb-a5c3-02dbb43a0b10
On Saturday, December 4 at 3 p.m. Central, Mark Ryan will lead a discussion on the "Epilogue" to Richard Tarnas's monumental 1991 book, The Passion of the Western Mind. Applying principles of Stan Grof's psychology to the modern situation, this much-heralded final chapter offers an illuminating, even inspired (and ultimately hopeful) perspective on contemporary social issues. We'll consider how this Grof-Tarnas perspective, now thirty years in print, applies to environmental and social challenges as we see them today. The reading is available online at the following link: https://www.gaiamind.com/Tarnas.html
(A Zoom invitation will be sent closer to the date.)
Mark Ryan on Shrink Rap Radio
Shrink Rap Radio, the Psychology Talk and Interview Podcast with Dr. David Van Nuys, recently interviewed Mark Ryan about transpersonal psychology pioneer William James. To hear Mark's enlightening discussion with Dr. Dave, click on the link below.