The International Center for the Study of Archetypal Patternss
Psyche and Soul in the Aging Process
July 11th - 18th 2017
As you journey towards Assisi, you pass by seemingly endless fields of Sunflowers. Girasole, the name for sunflower in Italian, means to turn to the sun. As you watch the daily sojourn of these wondrous flowers, they literally turn throughout the day to face the sun. So too, as we age, psyche seeks to turn us, to orient us to a new understanding of our lives and of the path now in front of us.
In aging we face eternal, and spiritual questions about life such as: Are we living the life and destiny that was meant for us? Do we deeply love our children, spouse,and friends? Have we found a way to live with our transgressions, and create a rich tapestry of a life? While there is an archetype of aging, there is no map which captures how we should live and age. This has to be discovered through what Hollis calls, "This Journey that is our Life." In Italian the word scordare, refers to forgetting. It also means to be out of tune. Here we see the implicit relationship between forgetting and being out of tune, and by contrast to the relationship between remembering, and being "in tune" and attuned in the aging process to the ways of Psyche, Soul and Self.
I hope you will join us and a truly incredible faculty for this week of conferencing in one of the most beautiful and sacred sites in the world- Assisi, Italy.
Conference Location: Tres Esse - The Country House, in Assisi, Italy
Jim Hollis, Ph.D. - Living More Fully in the Shadow of Mortality
Joan Chodorow, Ph.D. - Moving Active Creative Imagination and Aging
Michael Conforti, Ph.D. - Time of the Forgotten, A Time of Remembrance, Reflections on Aging
Ursula Wirtz, Ph.D. - The Soul's Wisdom: Transcending and Embracing the Limitations of Aging
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Travel and Study Tour
Kabbalah and the Western Mystical Tradition
November 5–12, 2017
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Dear Friends of The Dorian Centre,
Music and Sound will be ringing through the spaces of The Dorian Centre this month! We are featuring two events in this regard: Firstly, we are pleased to introduce our first Chanting and Meditation evening with two very special musicians who have been leading and performing chants on three different continents for many years. We are also introducing a Monthly Sound Healing Circle featuring the voice. Details below...
Check out our website - www.centredoriancentre.com - for listings of our many therapies available on an on-going basis. And please note the address where all events take place:
The Dorian Centre for the Healing Arts
Queen Elizabeth Health Complex - 6th floor
2100 Marlowe (enter on 2111 Northcliffe for weekend evening programs)
Montreal (N.D.G.) H4A 3lA
We hope to see you soon!
An Evening of Chanting and Meditation
Monthly Sound Healing Circle
Sound Healing is the use of sound as a form of vibration that can favorably impact our bodies and minds in many ways. In this monthly group, the focus will be on developing and using the voice to engage in making sound in many forms. Our intention will be to bring balance, harmony, insight, spiritual connection, mental calm and more, into our lives. Group 'toning', in which open vowel sounds are vocalized on the length of the elongated breath, will be a major vehicle for this work. An aesthetically beautiful and powerful experience, group toning truly demonstrates the enormous potential of sound as an important tool for mind-body health and well-being.
Shelley Snow, Ph.D., M.T.A., is a psychotherapist, music therapist and the founder and director of The Dorian Centre. She conducted the first major study by a music therapist on sound healing for her doctoral research in 2011. She has been exploring this field for many years, has led workshops on sound internationally, and is currently collaborating with neuroscientists at McGill University on a study of toning. She has incorporated work with sound into her Music Psychotherapy work and conducts Sound Therapy at the Centre.
Date of 1st group: Sunday, November 30th
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm
For more information or to reserve your place, please firstname.lastname@example.org or call (514) 679-0398.