Time: November 8, 2013 from 4pm to 8:30pm
Location: The Dream Institute
Street: 1672 University Avenue at McGee
City/Town: Berkeley, CA
Event Type: class, film, discussion
Organized By: Terry Ebinger
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2013
~ FAIRY TALE ~ FILM ~ DREAM ~
“La Belle et la Bete”
“Fairy tales represent the archetypes in their simplest, barest, and most concise form . . .”
—Marie-Louise von Franz, The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
These programs will explore the kinship between dreams, fairy tales, and “moving pictures.” Fairy tale films bring the language of symbols to life. When we treat each film as a dream, its universal imagery becomes a living laboratory for engaging in depth-oriented dream work.
Jean Cocteau’s rapturous masterwork, La Belle et la Bete, launches our series. It spins a luminous dreamlike tale of a father’s daughter, shadow confrontation, sexual initiation, and wildness.
~ Opening lecture highlighting the film’s central folkloric and archetypal themes.
~ Film shown in its entirety, followed by discussion to share observations and insights.
~ Work with key film scenes, treated as dream material, to actively build dream skills.
~ Practice in hands-on fairy tale analysis and the art of intuitive symbol recognition.
$45 Public / $60 Psychotherapists, 4 CEs
Includes meal catered by Poulet. Please register in advance.
510-845-1767 / Dream-Institute.org
Terry Ebinger, MS brings nearly three decades as a depth psychological educator, spiritual director, group leader and dream consultant to these unique programs that bridge film studies, archetypal psychology, cross-cultural wisdom, and dreaming. email@example.com.