is the author of numerous books, including The Passionate Life, Faces of the Enemy, Hymns to an Unknown God, and Learning to Fly.
Human beings are biomythic animals, storytellers, myth makers, spinners of tales. Our conscious and unconscious myths inform our minds and bodies, give shape to our lives, and may contribute to certain diseases. By discovering the somatic aspects of our myths, the way they shape our bodies, form our character armor, and structure our use of energy, we can begin to recover the power to heal ourselves.
In this workshop, we will explore some of the following topics:
Periodically, we need to review and revision our lives. Every decade of the life-cycle brings new challenges, goals, pleasures, and horizons. Every change — divorce, illness, tragedy, success, failure, retirement — requires us to make a new beginning, take stock of our past, and look for a new vision for the future. If you’re ready to take a deep look into your life — and to make some changes — this workshop is for you.
Through talks, group work, and other experiential exercises, we’ll explore a variety of questions, including the following: