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A Vigilant Attitude--Who Needs It?

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McBride Hall, Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church

2331 E. Adams

Tucson, AZ 85716

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In this world of speed and rapid change, watching and waiting are often forgotten or ignored

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Lecture (9:00am—12:00pm): Waiting, Watching in the Wanderings of Life

In this world of speed and rapid change, watching and waiting are often forgotten or ignored. Dr. Kuisle will address the concept of watching, keeping vigil and waiting in our lives, in the therapeutic experience, and the individuation process. We will look at the ritual of vigil, something the collective appears to need. Considering “vigil” as an archetypal image, we will explore its ancient presence and meaning found in myth, Scriptures, other cultures, and rituals, as well as ponder our need the richness of this ancient ritual in 2020.

Workshop (1:00—4:00pm): The Unknown Visitor

The workshop will provide time to explore the unknown visitors in our lives, how we can be more attentive to them and develop a vigilant attitude. The workshop will include creative experiences including art expression, guided imagery, a time to reflect and a closing ritual. Please bring a journal or notebook for your reflections.

Kathryn Kuisle, PhD, is a Jungian analyst with a private practice in Colorado Springs and Denver. She is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich and holds a PhD in analytical psychology from Union Institute and University in Cincinnati. She is president of the Board of the C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado in Denver where she teaches as a senior analyst. Dr. Kuisle facilitates on-going dream and fairy tale groups. Her website is www.kkuisle.com.

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McBride Hall, Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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