“How do we interpret a fairy tale? —or stalk it, rather, because it is really like stalking a very evasive stag.” Marie-Louise von Franz, The Interpretation of Fairy Tales, p. 37
Please join us for a 5-week study and discussion of fairy tales. This educational series will be co-facilitated by Jungian analysts Suzan Rood Wilson, Stephanie Gierman and James Max Gossett.
This is the second class of the series. Each class/discussion stands alone. You do not need to attend every class, though regular participation can enrich your experience personally, as well as deepen the group discussion experience.
Winter/Spring Series Dates: Jan 4, Feb 1, Mar 1, Apr 5, May 3, 2019
Members $20 per class/$90 for the series (Members log in first to receive discount)
Non-members $25 per class/$100 for the series
Register online for classes or call the Seattle Jung Society office at (206) 547-3956 for more information or to sign up for individual classes. Individual classes can also be purchased at the door on the evening of the event.
10 CEUs for all five classes will be available during the January 4th class for an additional $25 at the registration desk. If preferred, you can sign up for 2 CEUs at each class for $10/class.
Suggested reading: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales, Marie-Louise von Franz
Bring your favorite fairy tale, your imagination and sense of wonder.
Begin by counting the number of people at the beginning of the fairy tale and once again at the end…