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FALL 2018 NEWSLETTER – Volume 30 No. 2
Message from the Board
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Maine Jung Center, we thank you for enhancing our community through your membership and participation. We hope you’ll continue to set aside time from your busy schedule to enjoy as many of the Center’s enriching programs as you can in the coming months—and register early!
Our Fall line-up of programs offers a diverse selection of topics. Our Fall Weekend/Annual Mildred Harris Lecture and Saturday Workshop on October 5th and 6th will feature Dr. Starr Costello, who will talk about Natural Cycles, Natural Symbols: Individuation as Ecology, which addresses the loss of our connection to nature, the environment, our own physical bodies, and the ensuing anxiety that emerges from this disconnect. Teresa Arendell will host a four-week workshop on Jung’s Answer to Job: Encounter with the Self, delving into Jung’s most extensive writing on a biblical text. Back by popular demand we are also featuring workshops that include movement and/or expressive art with such offerings as Authentic Movement/Contemplative Dance with Kay Mann and Intuitively Paint Your Dreams led by Tricia Santi.
Please also consider additional ways of becoming involved with the Center:
- submit a proposal for a workshop or a presentation
- visit the Maine Jung Center library at 183 Park Row in Brunswick
- volunteer as a program docent (it’s easy!)
- join a committee; or attend a committee meeting to see if it’s a fit for you
- help us offer enriching programs by lending your financial support
More information on the above is available to you at our website, MaineJungCenter.org, or by contacting Cybele Brandow, the Center’s Coordinator, at info@MaineJungCenter.org or 207-729-0300.
Audrey McMorrow and Peggy Schick, Board Co-Chairs