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SoulCollage® is an intuitive process by which you create a personal deck of cards, each one expressing unique aspects of your personality, life and spirit. Each card has deep meaning and may be helpful for exploring life’s questions. The process is creative, involving the compilation of found images. As cards are created, personal themes and patterns emerge. Over time, as we develop a personal set of cards, we begin to see how our lives are woven into the greater divine mystery. Cards may fit into suits such as: The Committee Suit: Representing the Psychological Dimension The Community Suit: Representing the Communal Dimension The Companion Suit: Representing the Energetic Dimension The Council Suit: Representing the Spiritual, Archetypal Dimension The Swiss psychoanalyst C.G. Jung worked extensively with archetypes and alchemy, noting that it was only by first taking something apart and getting to know each part intimately, that transformation could occur when the parts were rejoined. He called this process individuation. SoulCollage can be a helpful tool to support personal and spiritual growth of both individuals and groups. The process can be experienced in both introductory or advanced workshops and in weekly or monthly meetings to discuss personal insights. Check out the Symbols of Soul Meetup:

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