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Writing as Spiritual Practice

January 19, 2001 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm PST

Lecture:

Poetry has been an expression of soul, a way to sing praise, lament, invoke, tell stories, pray, since the beginning of human culture. Poets keep their ears to the ground of the changing myth; they are the instruments on which the gods play their music. It is the poets who can guide us in a time like our own, when the myths are changing. Poets know how to follow the waves of the cultural unconscious, how to fish in the vast waters of the collective unconscious, bringing up treasure from the deep.

This talk is an act of imagination, an articulation of an inner dialogue with the poetic Self. We will consider what poetry has to do with Jungian analysis. We will listen to the news as told by the poets, especially those who are bringing the goddess back to consciousness.

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Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, Ph.D., is a poet, an analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, poetry and fiction editor of Psychological Perspectives, and a reviewer of poetry for the San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal. She speaks and publishes widely on “the feminine” and on “the creative” and her poems have appeared in numerous literary magazines. Her book of poems, red clay is talking, came out last year. She is also the author of The Motherline: Every Woman’s Journey to Find Her Feminine Roots.

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Details

Date:
January 19, 2001
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm PST
We offer Continuing Education Credit through NASW. The fee for CEU credit is for the workshop is $5 for 2 hours. To obtain CEU credit, add the CEU to your shopping cart when registering.

Venue

First United Methodist Church, Collins Hall
1838 SW Jefferson Street
Portland, OR 97201 United States
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