Unless otherwise noted all events are held at the Church of the Reconciliation,
110 N. Elliott Road, Chapel Hill, NC
In October we are offering a special focus on fairy tales from both an academic and an analytical psychology perspective.
Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, at 7:30 - Tales from the Brothers Grimm
Jakob Norberg is an Associate Professor of Germanic Languages at Duke University and is currently writing a book entitled The Philologist King: The Brothers Grimm and the German Nation.
Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, from 10 am to 4 pm -
Fairytale workshop - An Experience with the Language of Soul
As W. H. Auden said, “The way to read a fairy tale is to throw yourself in.”
In this workshop, you will have the opportunity through music, art, writing, and enactment to throw yourself into fairy tales, the language of the soul. Our purpose as a community of seekers will be to experience fairy tales and open ourselves to the mystery of the archetypes and symbols within the tales. Our day will be balanced with interaction and time for reflection.
We will listen to fairy tales and music inspired by them. We will enact a fairy tale and work with the symbols, archetypes, and energies that speak to us as individuals using reflection, writing, and art.
Dress comfortably for the occasion, and if you have a favorite fairy tale, please bring a copy.
An awarding winning educator and Jungian Counselor practicing in Asheville, NC, Sue holds Certification in Jungian Studies from the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland. She has studied the use of art, dreams, fairy tales, and bodywork with many of the leading analysts in Switzerland, the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in Pittsburgh, PA, and at Marion Woodman's intensive workshops. Sue was fortunate to receive additional training in fairy tale enactment with John Hill, Jungian Analyst
Sue has over 25 years of personal and professional experience working with dreams and offers counseling based on the work of Jung with an integrative approach to healing and individuation.