JOIN LIVE online as author/therapist Elizabeth Clark-Stern shares insights into the story of Teresa of Avila as depicted in her book "On the Doorstep of the Castle."
EVERYONE WELCOME, even if you don't have the book.
Please come prepared to ask questions & discuss
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Our setting is 16th century Spain. The Inquisition has expelled the Jews or forced them to convert. Teresa of Avila is igniting the imagination of the country as the nun who receives messages directly from God. A young Jewish converso, Alma de Leon, appears on Teresa’s doorstep, petitioning to become a novice in her care. Teresa and Alma discover hidden dimensions in themselves and each other, as they struggle to become powerful women and pioneers in psyche’s movement toward wholeness in an oppressive yet luminous time.
Elizabeth Clark-Stern's produced plays and screenplays include All I Could See from Where I Stood, Timeless Night: Viktor Frankl Meets Edith Stein, and Out of the Shadows: A Story of TONI WOLFF and EMMA JUNG.
Out of the Shadows was performed at the Int'l Jungian Congress in Capetown in 2007 & On the Doorstep of the Castle in Copenhagen in 2013
An interview with Elizabeth and Bonnie Bright for Depth Insights aired 8-25-15
(approx 40 mins)
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