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Robert Romanyshyn takes us on his outer journey to the Antarctic, which parallels his inner journey into unknown polar regions. This soulful lecture explores the intertwining of psyche and nature in the context of the ecological crisis of Earth’s melting polar regions.

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Lecture Description

For thousands of years, the Antarctic has been a place in the collective imagination as well as a geographical location. Just as explorers have traveled to those regions in the outer world, poets and writers have explored the polar regions of the soul. Robert Romanyshyn traveled to the Antarctic, after connecting to a dream he had over thirty years ago about a journey to the polar regions of the Earth. As he shares his outer journey – which led him to see the inner world where polar caps are melting and crisis is happening – he reflects on ways to be with our inner nature as well as outer nature.

Part of the lecture includes a 36 minute recording of photos of Robert’s Antarctica trip set to beautiful music. It shows how the body – as an aesthetic response to the world – is the place where psyche becomes nature and nature becomes psyche.

We are one with the outer world, and outer crises are matching our inner crisis. Amongst those crises, is the one of being disconnected from the deeper layers of our soul.

Who would enjoy this lecture

You will enjoy this lecture if you are interested in:

  • A soulful reflection on the current state of the world
  • A reverie of traveling to the wild landscape of the Antarctic, and how that journey allows us to reflect on our connection to the land and the world we inhabit
  • A meditation on the nature of the Antarctic, and how our own inner nature is connected to the outer nature of the world

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