The Journey to Self through SoulCollage®

The Ego, Jung tells us, is that part of the pyche that we think of as 'I'. Our conscious intelligence. Our everyday brain that thinks, plans and runs the show of our day-to-day life. The Self, as Jung defined it, is a greater entity, which includes the Ego but also incorporates the Personal and Collective Unconscious. Dreams and intuitions come from the Self. The archetypes of the unconscious dwell there. It is, Jung believed, the sphere of the Soul ~~Steven Pressfield. 'The War of Art'

"I would love to live like a river flows,
 carried by the surprise
 of its own unfolding".

 ~ ~John O'Donohue

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

SoulCollage® Studio Monday November 7th

Hello dear SoulCollagers,

I've been a little distracted for the past few weeks, with my daughter and little granddaughter visiting from Berlin.  It's so delightful to spend time with a 2½ year-old and experience how joyously creative and spontaneously in-the-moment they are.  Perfect inspiration for SoulCollage®!  I'm totally besotted with The Divine Miss Zizi Matilda and thankful that we live in the age of Skype where I can still talk to my family face-to-face and sing along with Zizi online and share in her life, even though they're so far away. 

Although it's been difficult to focus back on my day-to-day life here after such a delicious interlude,  the next Studio session IS coming up next Monday 7th November from 6pm to 9pm,  so I need to get hopping. 

This session will be purely for making cards and enjoying the company of other SoulCollagers, although if you have any questions about your SoulCollage® practice, please bring them along. 

All other relevant details are the same as for the previous Studio session so you can find them on my August 31st post below.

If you're in the Brisbane area and have been making some cards, you're welcome to come along and meet other SoulCollagers.

Don't forget you must book with me if you're coming. 

So looking forward to catching up with you on Monday.

1 comment:

Bux said...

She's growing fast...hopefully her love of all things artistic will continue to grow (although I'm pretty sure it's firmly embedded in her genes!)

Nice to see this post from you today Jo!