In this workshop, Gary fleshes out Wolff's archetype system using film, television, historic and pop culture examples. We'll look at the unique strengths and shadows of each archetype and attendees will be encouraged to reflect and share their discoveries. Together, we’ll explore inherent tensions in our society including those between collective belonging and individual freedom the and role that our personal archetypes play there. Consciously recognizing these archetypal polarities allows us project less: we no longer imagine that everyone wants the same things that we do and we become better able give others what they really want.
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"It's like you've discovered this big place, like Yosemite or Big Sur . . . I'm stunned by how much it means to me." – Gavin Frye, Thousand Oaks, CA (2015)
"I put things together that I had struggled with–I feel I can better navigate the ocean of personalities out there." – Berlin Attendee (2015)
"Lightning bolts of truth." – Jeremy Murray, Ohio, USA
"I am still getting “aha” moments months later!" – Leah Taylor, Comox Valley Jung Society, BC, Canada (2014)
Gary S. Bobroff, M.A. is the developer and lead facilitator of Archetypal Nature -www.ArchetypalNature.com. An international speaker, author and workshop leader, he presents in a visual, accessible and engaging form. He has an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from the University of British Columbia, Canada and an M.A. in Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. You can follow his soulful in-depth Jungian writing on modern questions at www.GSBobroff.com.