- July 20, 2019
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Instructor: Charlotta Koppanyi, MSc
Enrollment limited to 12 participants.
In this hands-on art workshop, the focus will be on the “What Now?” situations and how we handle them. We will explore this by thinking about our past, what we relished doing, finding the joy, and bringing it back to the Now as we move on to the next phase in our life.
The question, “What Now?” tends to be expressed when we are in situations of needing or wanting a change, i.e. when a modification of circumstances is forcing us or providing us with the opportunity to make a change. Regardless of how or why the “What Now?” arises, we have the choice of how to move forward with it. Jung talked about the need to listen to our psyche and adjust accordingly because ignoring it could lead to consequences forcing a change rather than allowing us to choose how to change.
By working with images of the “What Now?” situations and images of what we enjoy in life, we have a road map to move forward. The approach used in this workshop is positive and constructive, identifying what gives us joy, satisfaction, curiosity and action.
About the Instructor
Charlotta Koppanyi holds a Masters degree in Psychology and a BA in Contemporary Religion from Stockholm University and has studied Jungian psychology since the 90’s. In 1994-1995 she studied at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago on a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship. Her master’s thesis discussed the hero myth in leadership roles and organizations, and she currently teaches art to seniors in Evanston and works for a non-profit organization.