November 6, 2022
2:00 pm CST - 4:00 pm CST
Held In-Person at the Jung Center
Instructor: Margot Hodgson, LPC
*Limited to 16 participants.
This presentation began as a capstone project for the 3-year training program in Anthroposophic Psychology offered by the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology. In this presentation, Margot will lead us on a brief journey, both individual and collective, inspired by her own journey. Follow her from early childhood in the Garden; through the Fall and encounters with the Beasts of Doubt, Fear and Hate; to the birth of the Higher Self or “I” and the reworkings of the astral, etheric and physical bodies. The presentation includes artistic renderings, narrative elements, theoretical wonderings and poetic inspirations. Please join us for this inner perspective on a life’s journey.
About the Instructor
Margot began studying the work of CG Jung in 2014, when she began as a staff therapist at the C.G. Jung Center in Evanston, IL. Concurrently, she began studying the work of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy as her son was beginning pre-school at a Steiner-inspired, early childhood program, also in Evanston. During this phase of her studies, one of her main interests was how these two systems of thought on the meaning and trajectory of life could be brought together and understood as describing similar life experiences from different psychological perspectives.
*Please note, masks may be required depending on the status of COVID-19 at the time of the workshop.