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Honoring Early Hermes: Shamanic Herdsman, God of Paths and Open Boundaries
March 17 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday morning we will explore his functions as open boundary-marker to wonder about the values we need to find for ourselves and those we are meeting in the ever-widening, contemporary world. In the late morning session, we will look at Hermes’ functions around which to explore dreams. We can share some of our own that may be dreaming us on to a security beyond collective walls and inevitable longing for tribal identities. Please bring your thoughts, feelings, and, perhaps, a dream to share. We will have paper and crayons.
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Sylvia Brinton Perera, MA, LP, lives, practices, writes and teaches in New York and Vermont. She has served for decades on the Board and faculty of the CGJung Institute of NY, and also teaches internationally. Her publications include: Descent to the Goddess; The Scapegoat Complex; Dreams, A Portal to the Source (with E. Christopher Whitmont); Celtic Queen Maeve and Addiction; The Irish Bull God; and many clinical articles.Purchase Workshops