IMAGINATION (THE POETRY OF FORM AND GROWTH) The first of four workshops for 2015 Exploring the Psyche and Acts of Imagination A day workshop of discussion, music and film extracts PENNY NORRIS, JUNGIAN ANALYST SATURDAY 25 APRIL 2015 Morning begins at 10:00-tea-12:45 (Lunch) Afternoon begins at 14:30-tea-17:00 VENUE BROADHEMPSTON VILLAGE HALL Landscove Road, Broadhempston TQ6 BW COST £35.00 (INCLUDING TEA/COFFEE AND BISCUITS) TO RESERVE A PLACE PLEASE CONTACT PENNY NORRIS Telephone: 01803 – 812510, E-mail: [email protected] Post: letters/cheques/postal orders to; Penny Norris, 3 Moorview, The Square, Broadhempston TQ9 6BL Imagination is psychic energy that mediates the phenomenal and imaginal. It gives form to image and symbol and is midwife to growth and diversity in the personality, enabling individuation. It refreshes the vitality of the image. Imagination is the source and chalice of creating and is intrinsic to the processes of being, healing, working and living creatively. It can ensure continuity, evolution, and the expansion of consciousness which leads to healthy relationships and ultimately to spirituality. Yet, in western culture it is atrophying, because of the nature of our relationship to it. Jung suggests a life path that revitalizes Imagination. This workshop explores some of his approaches. The morning and afternoon sessions will begin with a thirty minute introduction by Penny, followed by a short film extract that highlights positive and negative acts of imagination. This is followed by tea, music, questions and discussion. Background film viewing by you, but not necessary, could be; Helen Mirren in The Tempest; Derek Jarman’s Tempest ; Pedro Almodóvar’s Talk to Her and Roman Polanski’s Macbeth. Penny Norris is in private practice as a Jungian analyst in Devon. She has given workshops and lectures on Jungian psychology in London, Norwich, Stroud, Bristol, Totnes, Ashburton, Montreal, Zurich, Cape Town, and Seoul, She is committed to personal growth though depth psychology, meditation and the performing arts. Lunch may be reserved at The Monk’s Retreat Inn (tel.1803-812203) or at The Coppa Dolla Inn (tel. 01803- 812455). The Village Community Shop serves coffee, cookies and cakes. All are within walking distance of the Hall, as is the village park. A short drive away is Hill House Nursery, behind the church at Landscove. It has a delightful tea garden. For walks and picnics, on the road to Ipplepen there is Orley Common on the right and the car park on the left. No disabled access at the village hall, unfortunately.
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