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SOUL Course Series Two: Soul Storytelling

Lecture by Dennis Klocek
August 2022, Zoom
Related to Soul Health
Type: Video | Posted Jul 27, 2022
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Part 4 – Soul and Myth

The use of mythic themes as a basis for social dialogue will be the focus of this session. The journey of the Sophia being from the Gnostic story of the Pistis Sophia will be the base of dyad conversation exercises focused on the healing potential in myths.

 

Part 5 – Soul and symbol

A set of alchemical medallions will form the basis for dyad exercises designed to focus on how symbolic interpretation represents a healing potential available in the imaginal realm where dreams and manifest reality interact. Dream work will be presented.

 

Part 6 – Soul and Karma

A twelve position mandala of human soul attitudes will be the focus for exploring family of origin beliefs using dyad conversation exercises about karmic belief patterns inherited from the family. Polarities of executive / manager, hermit / activist, journalist/historian, priest/actor, healer/ technician, artist/agent will be presented.

 

5 Comments

  1. Mary Winslow on August 22, 2022 at 10:53 am

    Looking forward to another wonderful class with you, Dennis!
    Mary

  2. Carol Hewitt on August 22, 2022 at 4:02 pm

    Greetings Dennis!
    I am happy to join you tomorrow. It has been awhile since our courses together at RSC.
    Carol

  3. Peter Webb on September 7, 2022 at 2:01 pm

    Thanks for sharing you heartfelt knowledge with us all;
    that we may all continue growing together.

  4. kweststudios on November 28, 2022 at 5:04 pm

    THANK YOU Dennis! & Son
    Wow! always a head scratcher and mind expander… tracking you thru the esoteric tundra! Woot!

    • Ben Klocek on December 5, 2022 at 6:10 pm

      Right!? Sometimes the references are so far afield it’s hard to track.

      It brings to mind a lesson in reading Steiner I once heard: STRIVING to understand is as important as gaining the understanding.

      Thanks for being along for the ride :D

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