- How do we tell our story?
- What is archetypal in our story and what is personal – and do the two areas intersect?
- Can my story so far shed light onto where I am and where I am going?
This is a three-morning workshop (over three Saturday mornings) using fairy tales, fables and folklore to enable participants to create autobiographical stories using an insight into archetypes.
The Jungian Archetypes alongside Rudolf Steiner’s Planetary Soul-types will be explored together with the richness and diversity of classical European fairy tales, folktales from around the world, and fables form ancient and modern times.
The workshop is designed to afford time to write and share stories that speak through archetypes, discovering a true picture of where I am and a sense of the path ahead, without any uncomfortable exposure.
PRESENTER: Michaël Merle
Michaël Merle is a priest in The Christian Community, Movement for Religious Renewal. For twenty-one years he was involved in Waldorf Education as a high school teacher, teacher trainer and training coordinator. Michaël’s relationship to the Pazival story and to biographical stories goes back nearly forty years. This area was significant in Michaël’s studies in philosophy, theology and comparative religion in developing an understanding of the individual story of each human being within the context of the universal tale of humanity.
Venue: The Christian Community, 46 Dover Street corner Pine Avenue, Ferndale, Randburg
Dates: 7, 14, 21 May 2022
Time: 08h30 to 13h00
Cost: R 1 200 for all 3 mornings
Note: registration through The Christian Community office required (with a 50% deposit). Please bring all writing material you need: paper and pens and pencils.
RSVP to The Christian Community on email@example.com