The Wisdom in Deep Creativity: Bordering on Boldness
– With Dennis P. Slattery PhD –
The soul is both wise and creative, foolish and destructive. With this in mind, Dr. Slattery explores the vessel of creativity in each of us, and the wisdom both discovered and elicited by creative acts. Both creativity and wisdom deepen who we are in ourselves and in our relation with others; both are necessary in our lives as we continue our journey of individuation, itself a constant process of reorientation and renewal.
In this inspiring lecture, Dr. Slattery will also share some tools to push your own creativity with the goal of helping you find your own personal myth and creative process. This lecture includes a downloadable Companion Guide with profoundly powerful writing practices developed by Dr. Slattery. It’s aimed at helping you integrate and apply what you will learn during the lecture.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dennis Patrick Slattery, PhD, is emeritus faculty in Mythological Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he has been teaching for 25 years. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 26 volumes, including seven volumes of poetry. He has also published over 200 articles. He leads writing retreats in the United States, Canada, Europe and Ireland where participants explore their personal myth.
Other beautiful programs on Jung Platform by Dennis P. Slattery:
- Lecture: Joseph Campbell And The Relevance of Myth In Our Lives
- Four class course: Personal Myth And The Quest For Meaning
WHO WOULD ENJOY THIS LECTURE:
The content of this lecture is very accessible and aimed at a general audience. You will enjoy this lecture and the companion guide especially if you are interested in:
- The philosophy of a personal myth and how it expresses itself in your life
- Expanding on and deepening your creativity
- Finding practical ways and tools to support your creative process
FORMAT: Audio lecture, including a downloadable Companion Guide to the lecture
DURATION: ±80 minutes
COST: $27 (Sign up before 15 May 2019 and only pay $24. Includes a Companion Guide)
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29 Layton Ave
Salt Lake City. UT. 84115