Imagining a Jungian Wisdom School for the 21st Century - NATURA

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Imagining a Jungian Wisdom School for the 21st Century - NATURA

NATURA – THE GROUND OF MYSTERY: Entering the Heart of Earth Divine

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Elizabeth invites you to take off your shoes and immerse your bare feet in the ancient soil of Mother Earth. Her caves and wells and streams and towering oaks are reservoirs for cleansing, transformation, and opening new dimensions in our souls. We will use guided meditation, creative exercises, and song to explore stories of goddesses and pilgrims, heretics and saints whose relationship to their sacred Earth was so passionate, so abiding, it provided a loving home for the human heart in a world of violence and conquest, not unlike our own.

“Seeing the courageous, solid way that trees prepare for winter helps me appreciate all that I have learned. We must be like trees.” —Thich Nhat Hanh

“When you walk with naked feet, how can you ever forget the earth?” – C. G. Jung

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Elizabeth Clark-Stern, LMHC, is a Jungian psychotherapist and playwright. She has a fascination with women of courage, struggle, and vision, as portrayed in her many plays, including Out of the Shadows, and On the Doorstep of the Castle, performed at the International Jungian Congress in Cape Town and Copenhagen respectively. She has presented on Toni Wolff’s model of the Feminine Archetypes at the Jung Societies in Seattle and Vancouver B.C. Elizabeth is a pilgrim in search of the divine in mountains, rivers, forests, and the flowers in her own backyard.