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We live in apocalypse, and all suffer “extinction anxiety.” Apocalypse is the violent end of the world order we have known through the surfacing of the collective shadow of all that has been denied and repressed. Such times are inherently cosmic and archetypal. They herald the possibility of either individual and world recreation or utter destruction.
What are the archetypal conditions of apocalypse? How does it reshape our inner as well as outer worlds? And how can we awaken, energize, and restore soul and bring it to bear on these conditions such that we aid in self, community, and world recreation?
Through lecture, exercises, and discussion we will consider the archetypal conditions of both apocalypse and soul, explore how they collide in our personal and professional lives and our contemporary world, and consider how we might relearn the ways of soul to help heal our troubled times.
Edward Tick, Ph.D. is an archetypal psychotherapist, author, educator, international pilgrimage guide, and peace activist. He is on the board of the Western Massachusetts Jung Association. An expert on ancient Greece, the origins of medicine and psychotherapy, and healing the invisible wounds of war, his books The Practice of Dream Healing and War and the Soul are modern classics. His latest book is Soul Medicine: Healing Through Dream Incubation, Oracles, Visions, and Pilgrimage. Ed has pioneered archetypal and culturally based healing for over forty years. In addition to his private practice, Ed works in Greece, Viet Nam, Russia, Ukraine, and elsewhere, on holistic and spiritually based healing, the restoration of ancient practices, and soul-healing after war and violent trauma. He has guided 23 healing pilgrimages to Greece and 19 to Viet Nam. Author of eight previous books translated into several languages, Ed uses Greek and other ancient traditions extensively in healing, writing, and teaching.