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Discovering the Self through the Mandala
3 Sundays: May 15, 22, June 5, 2022; 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Presented by Susan Frankel, Ph.D. and Mai Breech, Psy.D. Jung's capacity for creative expression both enlivened and informed his relationship with the unconscious throughout his lifetime. Perhaps one of the most profound discoveries was the art of mandala making as a tool to develop a more conscious relationship to his internal world, which proved invaluable during a particularly challenging time in his personal life. Each class in this series will include a theoretical perspective of Jung's work, followed by an experiential portion in which participants will have the opportunity to create their own mandala as a form of personal expression. Learning Objectives: Describe what Jung meant the Self and its role in the analytic process; Describe Jung's theories about the role of the mandala as a symbol of psychological wholeness; Describe the functions of the mandala in different cultures and how mandala making is utilized symbolically to help individuals restore a sense of internal balance; Describe how Jung used the mandala as a way of gaining a greater psychological understanding of himself; Describe the significance Jung placed on mandalas when they appeared in the dreams of his…Find out more »
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