“It struck me what it means to live with a myth, and what it means to live without one….so, in the most natural way, I took it upon myself to get to know my myth, and this I regarded as my task of tasks.” – Carl Jung
We all have a personal mythology, an internal operating system that shapes our spiritual journey. What makes up this system is unconscious: beliefs, feelings, images, motivations, and rules. The more attuned you are to your own personal mythology, the better equipped you are to live from your deepest, truest Self.
Living your personal mythology implies that the world you encounter on a day-to-day basis is alive. Through this lens, we see ourselves in a dynamic and unfolding story.
In this highly interactive two-part series, participants will be able to:
Come explore with me how an understanding of personal mythology can help guide spiritual practices for wholeness.
Describe the key concepts of personal mythology
Identify myths that make up their personal mythology
Access their inner wisdom through dream reflection, guided imagery, and journaling
Will Boesl, MA
Sept 18, 25 (F) 10:30a - 11:15a
$40 (Pre-registration required)
Presented Virtually via Zoom
is a program manager, catalogue editor-designer, educator, and spiritual director at Seton Cove. He specializes in the use of creativity and mindfulness for spiritual growth. Will is passsionate about helping people access their inner creativity and teaches in an interspiritual language using an integrative style based in the wisdom traditions, modern science, and mindfulness. Will is finishing his MA in Spiritual Formation from Seminary of the Southwest and has a BA in Communication from the University of Texas A&M. He is a Veriditas trained Labyrinth facilitator and local musician.
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