Lecture presented by Medora Woods, Jungian Analyst
Friday, November 10, 2017
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Members: Free; Non-Members: $20; Students with ID: Free
Since ancient times, humans have looked to the heavens for guidance. Western divination systems fell out of favor as science became the preferred story to explain the mysteries of human existence. Jungian psychology has given the ancient archetypal stories new life. This presentation will explore some of the ways that an astrological chart can give us a symbolic perspective on the personal and cultural journeys in which we are all engaged.
Medora Woods has been an attorney, a high school English teacher, a psychologist and a Jungian analyst, graduating in 1997. Her interest in astrology began many years ago. In 2005 she began studying seriously, first with a local astrologer and then with a counseling astrologer, author and teacher, with whom she studies today. She served on the Executive Committee of the IRSJA for six years, both as Treasurer and Director of Training. She has served as Treasurer for the Minnesota Seminar in Jungian Studies and been a member of its training faculty for the past ten years.