Liminality and the Active Imagination in Forest Therapy: A Jungian Perspective
Jungian Analyst Svetlana Zdravkovic and M. Amos Clifford, founder of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs, led this three-day exploration of the inner and outer landscapes of the forest. Participants explored the dimensions of liminality with special focus on how forests interact with the active imagination. Liminality--a state "in between" ordinary phases of life--is naturally experienced in forest walks. Using expressive arts, making mandalas and other expressions from natural materials found in the forest, and supported by the techniques of forest therapy, we journeyed into our own mythic landscapes. Click for Photos of this event
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