September 8, 2017
7:00 pm CDT - 10:00 pm CDT
Instructor: Elizabeth Londo & Sheri Reda
Dr. Strange joins a long line of Marvel movies based on the original Marvel comic series, with an added twist: it is one of the first Marvel movies to take the viewer to a more mystical source of super-hero power. The movie tells the story of Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), who undergoes a transformation when a nearly fatal car crash changes everything in an instant. As a result of his injuries, Dr. Strange begins to connect with his true Self and an authentic source of power and ray of hope for the mystical universe. He experiences spells and powers that are based in Hindu mythology, Shambala, and the Book of Vishanti. He undergoes training that anticipates the birth of a new age where the purest souls can live apart from any threats, and thereby serve the world on a higher level than before.
About the Instructors
Elizabeth Londo has worked in a variety of settings aligning strategic planning with employee performance, systems and processes. She has worked as an internal and external consultant, as an Executive Director in a not-for-profit, and in a management education center in a private university. She was also a partner in the firm that developed the first management simulations used in executive education. Most recently, Elizabeth was Director of Organizational Development in a family-run manufacturing business. She is currently starting her own company focusing on services for start up companies.
Sheri Reda is a writer, editor, and performer whose three Master’s degrees—in Modern Letters, Religions and the Arts, and Information Sciences—support her voracious appetite for creative endeavor. Sheri is also a certified Master Life-Cycle Celebrant whose personalized weddings, memorials, and other ceremonies have been rated among the best in the United States. Her commissioned work includes the recently published Life-Cycle Celebrations: Ceremonies for Your Whole Life. Her stories have energized programs at live-lit venues throughout the Chicago area.
Venue: The C.G. Jung Center
Venue Phone: 847-475-4848 *221
Venue Website: www.cgjungcenter.orgAddress: