News just in from Opus Archives:
We certainly find ourselves living in interesting times, and our dreams are reflecting not only the challenges, surprises and graces that we find in our outer waking lives, but also what is being evoked and felt deeply in our inner dreaming lives. Dreams are the medicines of the soul, individually and collectively. Remember what Joseph Campbell said, “Dreams are private myths, and myths are public dreams”.
The weekend of November 9th -11th, Steve Aizenstat, Robert Bosnak and Maren Hansen are giving a public program called “Dreams: Medicines of the Soul”, and all proceeds will benefit Opus Archives and Research Center.
The weekend will be an exploration of dreaming psyche through the ancient Asklepian tradition of dream healing. If you have been feeling the call to engage more deeply with dreaming psyche, I hope you will come to this event and support Opus at the same time. For more information and to register, please visit Pacifica’s Public Program here.
If you are not planning to come to this event, please consider making a donation to Opus directly. You can do so by clicking here. Your support means so very much, as it helps us keep the research center open, and the collections safe and available.
Safron Rossi, Ph.D.
Opus Archives and Research Center is a non-profit research center, on the campuses of Pacifica Graduate Institute, that houses the archives of Joseph Campbell, Marija Gimbutas, James Hillman, Jane and Joseph Wheelwright, Christine Downing, Marion Woodman, Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig, and Katie Sanford. In addition to safeguarding these important resources, Opus works to foster ongoing research in the fields of depth psychology and mythological studies.