2018-2020 – Year 1 -Deep Imagery Distance Learning

Course Dates: Open-ended
Enrollment Dates: October 1, 2017 - December 30, 2017
Who can Enroll: Students are added by instructors.
Course Language: English

About the Course

2018-2020 - Year 1 -Deep Imagery Distance Learning

A Three Year training process, with minimal residential requirements.
This is a training through which you will learn to work with the deep imagination and guide others, individually or in pairs, on their own interactions with deep imagery.

As with a residential group, the most important aspects of the training are that that you experience your own journeys and secondly, that you experience guiding others. Therefore, you will need to be available to work with other members of your group, by phone or internet. You also will need to recruit a few volunteers whom you can guide through the various journey structures you will be learning. You will also need to be available to attend live conference calls.

During the first 3 months of the training, we will meet fairly regularly, via conference calls and web. The timing is decided upon by the group each year as this format is meant to fit in with your lives. Meetings can be as often as every fortnight for a period of 6 weeks. Over the next 4-6 months, there will be time to practice and to journey. Between September and December, we meet again via conference call to finish up the year. There will also be individual sessions with the trainer during that period. We will have at least one residential in Third year. Tuition and fees for the residential will be extra to the training.

You will be provided with a login and will be able to avail of resources on this site, including video and audio recordings, as well as a variety of text documents that supplement the live sessions. Get in touch with me to find out more or if you have any questions.

Instructors

Mary Diggin
Mary Diggin
Mary Diggin received her Ph.D in Mythological Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, USA. Born in Ireland, she lives in New Mexico, USA. Her research focuses on how myth functions in cultural settings. She is particularly interested in the intersection between myth, ritual, nature and the deep imagination. ...
Barbara Reiter
Barbara Reiter