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Women's Retreat: Nourishing the Deep Self
Women’s Retreat: Nourishing the Deep Self With Rebecca Pottenger, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist October 26th to 28th, 2018 Friday arrival between 3 & 7 pm; Sunday departure at 3 pm Are you longing for a return to yourself that brings emotional healing and renewal? Following the footsteps of the ancient Egyptian Goddess Inanna, we enter our own journey of healing and empowerment through: Guided meditation/visualization Ecstatic dance/authentic movement Expressive arts/mask-making Dream work Medicine walks in nature Time for rest and reflection Location A secluded 6 acre creekside mountain retreat with walks to nearby waterfalls. In Cascadel Woods, North Fork, California. Tuition $395 per person (Includes vegetarian/vegan meals and lodging in double occupancy room). Space limited to 6 women. About Rebecca Rebecca has a private psychotherapy practice in Fresno, California. Her work is informed by three decades of practice in the healing arts, leading women's retreats, and research and work devoted to helping women reclaim their bodies and authentic voices. To find out more or to register call Rebecca at[masked] or email [masked]

Mountain Retreat

Cascadel Woods · North Fork, ca

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    C. G. Jung, the founder of analytical psychology, believed that human life holds a pattern of wholeness which can only be comprehended symbolically here in the present moment. In this circle we meet to consider ourselves in a context in which our experiences take on meaning when we engage the symbolic and imaginal underpinnings of our lives with both mind and heart.


    We meet monthly in a non-therapy setting to form and nurture relationships with other like-minded people and to consider topics ranging from dreams, myth, fairy tales and psychology to the arts, business, culture, education, the environment, film, gender and sexuality, literature, medicine and the healing arts, philosophy, politics, religion and spirituality.

    The heart of each circle is group discussion prompted by a short (10-20 minute) presentation by a member or guest.


    Anyone with an interest in Jungian thought as it applies to the many areas of contemporary life.

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