During this early fall retreat at Roslyn Retreat Center, we will explore how T.S. Eliot’s poems “Four Quartets” interface with Jung’s concept of individuation, allowing for deeper guidance along our own spiritual paths. Jung said, “Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakens.” This program provides a portal into the heart, mind, and body as we hold space for this exploration.
Margie Matheson’s art images relating to Eliot’s quotes will add a rich component for contemplation, manifesting into a personal art collage.
Carol A. Jacobs, MSW, LCSW, is a psychotherapist with more than 30 years of experience. She currently runs a private practice in Ashland, Virginia. Carol is a Trustee of the Marion Woodman Foundation Board and has completed the BodySoul Rhythms Leadership Training Program with Marion Woodman, Mary Hamilton and Ann Skinner. She is also a faculty member for the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, DC, providing training for professionals and for victims of trauma both nationally and internationally, including work in Macedonia and Kosovo. She also serves on the Chrysalis Institute Faculty.
Margaret Matheson has a B.S. in Biology and worked as a chemist for 20 years. She has studied Jungian psychology in-depth, and is interested in how his ideas are illuminated by the imagery of T.S. Eliot' s Four Quartets. Over the past two years, she created a series of paintings, collages, and prints based on this work.
Thursday, September 13 at 4pm to Sunday, September 16 at 1pm
Roslyn Retreat Center
8727 River Road
Richmond, VA 23229
Members: $795 for a Single Room. All meals and lodging included.
PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to offer refunds due to fees that we must pay in advance to the retreat center. The only exception is if there are people on the waiting list who can take your spot.
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