Journey Conferences 2014
After a short time away, Journey Conferences again return with this year's conference: Featured Presenters Michael Conforti - The Art of Spiritual Navigation Loralee Scott-Conforti - Creatives as Cultural Prophets and Healers Dates: Thursday, October 30th - Sunday, November 2nd Place: St. Francis Springs Prayer Center, 477 Grogan Road, Stoneville, NC 27048 Website: http://www.journeyconferences.com/ Please join us for a time of relaxation, revelation, and relationships.Read more…
Hi Ed, I could do Bolen, so if even three decided to come that would be great. Anyone else?? Busy time for me now, as I teach at the university and it is the end of term and grades are due. But slowing down by next week. It looks to me like things have slowed down on the Depth Psychology Alliance in general. Curious.
Idea? I could do Bolen. I am going to Chicago Jung Institute at the end of June if anyone else is going there, we could meet. Looks like a great program on active imagination. I'm doing 5 days, but a single day is possible. I saw some energy for the Hayden Dream conference in North Carolina, but I won't be going to that. Not sure. Any other thoughts from anyone?
Hi All, I haven't heard anything lately, and wondering if I'm missing out! Was there any energy about meeting in Atlanta for Jean Shinoda Bolen? Anything happening?
You are bdoing what I hoped would begin to happen across the South. Every group (such as Friends of Jung-types - not institutes) that I have heard closed was "professionally led." Each story seems similar that they devolved into something dry and esoteric. Hard to imagine that Jung wanted to turn his thoughts over to a new intelligencia responsible for deciding the "purity" of theory and practice. Three cheers to your group, and to the courage of the facilitators for moving forward.
In light of the new online Red Book discussion group, I thought I would share what we are doing here in Orlando. A group of us have started a monthly study group. We each take turns hosting and organizing the meeting in one of our homes. Since the group is not officially "led" we donate the money that we would otherwise spend on a professionally led seminar to The Philemon Foundation each month. The group began in January and thus far it has been insightful and engaging. There has been so much interest we have had to officially close the group because we now have 16 members!
I would highly encourage everyone to start a similar group in your area. It took a little while to generate the interest we have currently, however after we met a few times and word of mouth started about the positive experience, there was a big increase in new members. I would be happy to provide more information about how we set up and organize the study group if anyone is interested. Hillary