Finding the root of personality. This series focuses on the use of myth as a tool for exploring the myth of “me”.
- Lecture 1
This lecture addresses the biological imperative in human nature and the need to transform sensory patterns into cognitive patterns. Topics include Cain and Abel as sympathy and antipathy, organ dreams of kidney, liver, lung and heart, Prometheus, homeopathic miasm, irritation, the role of temperament, and the social mandala.
- Lecture 2
This lecture addresses the issue of blame, the masks in the soul, and the difference between the transcendent self and the personality. Topics include, myth, masks and personality, health and illness, tone and intent in conversation, active listening and the role of owning misunderstanding.
- Lecture 3
This lecture addresses the changing perceptions when using the social mandala as a tool for social problem solving. Topics include, the role of wonder and awe, the stage of no blame, biography and myth, calm affirmation in conflict, roles in collaboration, and methods for approaching the spirit of the family of origin.
- Lecture 4
This lecture addresses the realm of the imaginal consciousness, mood, tone and dream, the masked ballroom exercise, and the healing value of art in social contexts.
- Lecture 5
This lecture addresses the relationship between myth and physiology as manifest in archetypes. Topics include, archetypes as images of the physical body, healing fixed ideas, the eye of the heart, science and cosmology and myth and human physiology
- Lecture 6
This lecture addresses the polarity of the expectant will and the receptive will in the soul alchemy of imaginal transformation. Topics include, salt as thinking, creating exponential consciousness, knowledge versus knowing cosmology and the chakras, spiritual protective practices and establishing imaginal consciousness.
Dennis Klocek, MFA, is Co-founder of the Coros Institute and founder of Consciousness Studies at Rudolf Steiner College. He is the author of many books including the newly released, Esoteric Physiology and also Sacred Agriculture: The Alchemy of Biodynamics. Dennis is known as an international lecturer.
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