Meditation and the unconscious: Uncovering the spacious mind
Four Thursday evenings, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 2018, 7:30 - 9 pm
Crimson Gate Meditation Community 3824 Grand Avenue
Sliding scale $50 - $200 for the series
6 CEUs available
Western psychology and psychoanalysis have developed important, compelling, and useful models of the workings of the unconscious mind. And meditators often contact a quality of mind that may be called quiet, spacious, restful, even nondual. But what do these aspects of mind have to do with each other? How can we find a model of the mind that encompasses the personal unconscious, the transpersonal unconscious, and nondual states of awareness? And how can we make use of this in our clinical work?
The Instructor: Megan Rundel, Ph.D.
CEUs available for an extra fee.
*A note about fees and donations Unless otherwise stated, all fees and donations go toward operating costs of the Crimson Gate Meditation Community. For events with a sliding scale, please pay what you can afford within that range, with a spirit of both generosity and realism. If you are able to pay a higher fee, you are supporting the development of our center, and also contributing to a scholarship fund. If you cannot afford the bottom end of the scale, contact us to ask about a scholarship. We use these fees to plan and prepare for future offerings such as classes, retreats, and sesshin. Our teacher receives a small stipend as well for her offerings.