Reflections is now accepting applications for the 2015 school year.
You can begin filling in the online application at any time and if you save it as a draft, you can return to complete it at a later time. Just be sure to Submit your application and pay the application fee ($25) before October 31st, 2014.
Please be advise that acceptance into Reflections is based on an interview and this application is merely for informational and administrative purposes.
You do not need to fill in an application to attend our public classes. Our public classes are open to all over the age of 18. We also accept students from 14 to 17 into our public classes with verifiable Parental Consent.
I am channeling some of my rage and outrage into my work as a mythologist and archetypal pattern analyst. My plan for this series is to use the same techniques I use to translate myths and folk tales, in order to illuminate our collective understanding of the patterns of oppression.
It will start with the patriarchal myths of Uranus and Cronus, and delve into how these archaic fields still plays out in the injustice surrounding Ferguson, Florida, Los Angeles, Detroit, etc.
I believe through a deep analysis of these myths, we can identify not only the patterns, but also the ways the field of oppression limits it's own awareness via projection and how it obscures reality in its attempt to distract us from seeing its true nature.
Each session will start with my analysis of selected myths and how these stories articulate several facets of what we witnessed in Ferguson and other areas these past few months.
I will leave time at the end of each session for the participants to join in the discussion as we hopefully delve further into the pattern and decipher what it means for us as activists, teachers, writers, artists, healers, clergy, etc.
Three sessions: Wednesdays, from 8 to 9:30 pm Eastern, Oct 22nd, Oct 29th and Nov 5th.
Join us for a weekend devoted to the skills and tools of Air. The Air weekend is designed to explore the mystery hidden within the adage, “All Space is Here; All Time is Now.”
We explore what is here and when is now by examining our blind spots, hidden scripts and attentive states. We train ourselves to enter the here and now and practice these skills in real life situations.
We enter into liminal spaces and ask ourselves if we truly are willing to be present with reality. Do we really want to see what is hidden in plain sight? Do we really want to see past our stories, projections and fears?
And finally we review the science of space and time and its esoteric consequences. All in all we refine our senses and sharpen our skills of observation, awareness and attention.
This course is for full-time Reflections students only.