The Many Faces of the Wild Woman Archetype in Time of Transition Three Sundays: March 24, 31, & April 7,
The Many Faces of the Wild Woman Archetype in Time of Transition
Three Sundays: March 24, 31, & April 7, 2019; 2 to 4 pm
Members $60, Non-Members $70
But even where the transformative character of the Feminine
Appears as a negative, hostile, and provocative element, it compels
Tension, change, and an intensification of the personality.
– Eric Neumann, The Great Mother
The ‘Wild Woman’ archetype seems very much present in the collective landscape, calling to be recognized as evident in the transformative power of ‘The Women’s March’ and the ‘#Me Too Movement’. In this time of change, a new paradigm not necessarily of our conscious choosing is emerging. Fundamental principles are changing in the collective landscape. We each must decide whether we want to become co-creators or be swept along by these wild forces.
The Webster Dictionary defines the word ‘Wild’ as: living in a state of nature, not domesticated; impatient when subject to restraint or regulation; destructive, ferocious; turbulent, stormy; unrestrained, fantastic in appearance or ideas; visionary, crazy; eager with desire or enthusiasm, angry… Each of these states is familiar to me… are they to you?
In this three week seminar we will explore together the transformative energy of the ‘Wild Woman’ archetype. How can we recognize ‘Her’? How can we hold and use ‘Her’ power and energy to navigate the here and now? The ancient goddess Artemis will be our guide as we explore these transformative times.
Paola Biola, M.A., is a Jungian analyst who trained at the C. G. Jung Institute-Zurich. Paola has a private practice in Harpswell, where individuals or couples can stay for a weekend of intensive work. She has served as a member and Co-Chair of the Board of the Maine Jung Center.
March 24 (Sunday) 2:00 pm - April 7 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Maine Jung Center
183 PARK ROW, BRUNSWICK, MAINE