This Summit is a free online Global Event Podcast
Using Carl Jung’s process of psychological growth as the foundation, this Summit will take you on a journey to explore and utilize methods that can help you create a more conscious, rich, full and meaningful life. One which is true to your unique essence.
The series features 12 Jungian analysts from a wide variety of perspectives and areas of expertise including: dreams, myth, synchronicity, embodiment, movement, storytelling, and more. Individuation is a deep, embodied, life-long process that roots us in our ground, personally, culturally and archetypally both as individuals, and as world citizens. Living this paradox involves becoming more of who you really are, in order to make needed contributions to the wider community.
“Coming Home to the Body: A Path Toward Individuation”
Interview with Tina Stromsted, PhD
“And the time came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
~ AnaÏs Nin
From an embodied perspective, Jung’s method of active imagination can engage natural, inner-sourced movement (such as BodySoul Rhythms® and Authentic Movement) and evoke shadow movements that are often out of awareness yet enriching when they can be explored, brought to consciousness, and integrated into one’s daily life.
Tina’s interview will explore:
1. How does your work with movement, body awareness, and creative arts therapies contribute to or influence individuation?
2. Why is your approach to and work on individuation and the body important to the world today?
3. How can people apply these ideas as they work toward individuation in a practical way in their daily lives, especially in these uncertain, vulnerable times
This Summit offers something for everyone, whether you are discovering Jungian Psychology for the first time or a Jungian expert, professional or therapist.
Come join us as we explore deep ground and centering in these deeply challenging, uncertain times.
Podcast times: You can access this podcast anytime between:
9 am May 14 – 12 am May 17, 2020 (access Summit any time for 24 hours through these dates – times are listed in Pacific Standard time)