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Imaginal SkillsTending Spiritual Creativity (EWP 6227)

Term: 2008-09 Spring Semester

Faculty

Daniel Deslauriers
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Schedule

Tue, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM (1/20/2009 - 3/17/2009) Location: MAIN MAIN 307
Tue, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM (3/31/2009 - 5/5/2009) Location: MAIN MAIN 307

Description

Central to Imaginal Psychology is the idea that the self finds some its deepest expression in images, and that care of the ?soul? requires that we pay attention to the images we inhabit. This course is a theoretical and experiential exploration of several approaches to the imaginal including dream work, active imagination, journey work, and contemplative practices with a special focus on healing and psychological insight. ?Within this course, students will directly engage the spontaneous and creative expression of the imaginal in self, others and groups. ?