Exploring deeper realities
We will affirm those dazzling experiences that stir us to the core, that evoke tears, elation and a sense of a deeper-larger reality. Such happenings are difficult to describe for they tend to be both overwhelming and mysterious. Whether invoked by a child’s giggle, a wedding, or a dazzling sunset, we suddenly experience life through a new and expansive prism — inspiring, creative, even sacred.
We will apply the insights of Carl Jung and Roberto Assagioli as we share our experiences through drawings, movement, music, and clay.
The Skinny: 3 things you will do in this session
- Explore your own ‘glimpses’ of a deeper-larger reality
- Use words, drawings and movement to convey the specifics of such glimpses
- Apply the insights of Jung and Assagioli in exploring the impact of such glimpses
Clarence Center, NY
William Sturner, Ph.D., is an organizational consultant and psychotherapist (Gestalt and Jungian) who loves the geometry of flowers, dance and classical music, dunking bread in robust coffee, the insights of the mystics and C.G. Jung, the counsel of Angels, and creating an aura of playful learning in all his workshops.
He is former full Professor and VP, the author of 13 books, and the creator of workshops for both organizational change (Impact) and psycho-spiritual development (OHS) – each featuring highly experiential exercises and interactive learning.
William is a returning presenter. Click to see what they’ve presented in the past.
All sessions in this timeslot:
- The Convergence Challenge Navigating the emotional potholes of decision-making (Ismet Mamnoon, Laura Barbero Switalski)
- Elements of Creativity Tapping into natural elements to inspire our creative selves (Susannah Childers)
- Glimpses Exploring deeper realities (William Sturner)
- Plant a Flourishing Business (Ian Poinsenet)
- Preach it! Applying the primal wisdom of preaching and storytelling to your presentations and talks (Allan Cole)
- Stay Sane (in an insane world) (Jens Hoffmann)
- Stimulocity Using expressive arts as stimulus for creation (Lee Kitchen, Terri Segal)
- Writing the Vignette A first step in memoir writing (Michelle Tokarczyk)