Jung Center of Western Massachusetts presents:
Turning a Blind Eye with Penelope Tarasuk
A “blind” eye suggests that the other eye can see. If we see we are involved and experience below the realm of words and thoughts. The body sees and knows. Oedipus blinding himself at the crossroad, Hecate turning away from Persephone’s cries, Cassandra, an early whistle blower, being hated for holding up the mirror . . . how does this manifest in the collective, in ourselves?
Student at the newly formed Boston Jung Institute in 1978, Penelope came to her studies by way of dreams, suffering, nature, service, and art. Training analyst, curriculum development coordinator and training board member; she has served many roles over 34 years. Her book: Raft of Dreams has an agent. She has a private practice and is writing a memoir.
WHEN: Friday, March 08, 2013 at 7:30pm
WHERE: Smith College, Seelye Hall Rm.# 106
COST: FREE – a voluntary contribution of $10.00 is requested and appreciated as voluntary contributions are our only source of support.
or complete 2012-2013 schedule please visit our Schedule page on our website.
We hope you will join us Friday, March 08, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. and throughout the 2012-2013 series!
Erica Lorentz, MEd, Jungian Analyst, LPC-President