Elizabeth Gilbert

Jungian Analyst David Pressault discusses inspiration and creativity at our April event and workshop. We asked David why is it that inspiration and creativity are often associated with madness? (Think Vincent Van Gogh, Frankenstein etc.) Where does the “tortured soul” artist figure come from? Why are artists often portrayed as volatile, troubled geniuses? David suggested this excellent…

David Presssault

Dancer and Analyst David Pressault takes on that illusive energy called inspiration at our next monthly gathering, April 21-22. Read our Q & A and come prepared to be inspired!   Why is inspiration illusive and unpredictable for many of us? First, inspiration is invisible and so we aren’t always aware when it’s there. Also,…

William R. Stimson

Columbia University Professor William R. Stimson first became interested in his dreams when he was trying to write a novel, and discovered that he wasn’t creative. A scientist by training, he decided to explore his dreams as a way to find his creativity. This exploration lead to a reconciliation with his long estranged father, and then…

Image of a mushroom

  Jungian Analyst Mae Stolte dives into the “in-between space” at our next monthly gathering, March 24-25. Read our Q & A to get a taste of what the weekend will hold. What drew you to the topic of the “in-between space”? A few years ago I gave a lecture on the Void, focusing more…

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