Archetypal Silence: The Mother of Soul
March 17, 2001 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The workshop explores the spiritual psychology of Silence. We will recover the importance of Silence for the life of images, prayer, healthy soul life, inner contemplation and for the speaking of the heart. The nature of Silence is described and differentiated from solitude along with how Silence belongs to creative speaking, the therapeutic relationship and a presence to the Soul of the World. Specific imaginal exercises will be presented that help develop sensitivity to the many layers of Silence and how to tell where you are in the region of Silence. We’ll also discuss how the rhythm of Silence opens and deepens intimate relationships and professional life.
Related Friday Talk: Archetypal Silence: The Mother of Soul
Robert Sardello, Ph.D., is co-director of the School of Spiritual Psychology (based in Greensboro, NC) which offers courses and workshops concerning how to be present to soul life and open to the workings of the spiritual worlds. Along with Cheryl Sanders, these courses are now held in cities here and in Canada, England and Australia. Robert is the author of Facing the World with Soul, Love and the Soul (now re-issued as Love and The World: Foundations of Spiritual Psychology) and Freeing the Soul from Fear. Doing the Good: The Soul’s Path of Virtue is in press. Robert also teaches at the Chalice of Repose Project in Missoula, MT and at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. The School of Spiritual Psychology web site:http://www.spiritualschool.org/Purchase Workshops