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Hindu Mythology: An Archetypal Lens into Psyche

  • The Anima Mundi Project 3109 Mayfield Road Cleveland Heights, OH, 44118 United States (map)
  • Tuesdays May 22, 29, June 5, 12
  • 7:00-8:30 pm
  • Member/Non-Member $120/$140
  • 6 CEUs available $30
  • Space limited to 15 participants.

CALL US AT 216.916.2042 to find out how to register (due to technical difficulties, no online options at the moment)


Mythology gives us a glimpse into the deep structures of psyche. Join us as we look at Hindu mythology from a Jungian point of view. Hindu mythology in particular gives many of us a fresh, multicultural perspective on a shared archetypal experience. Participants will be given one myth each week and asked to bring questions to the group for deeper discussion.

This seminar will allow participants to:
1) Gain insight into archetypal structures of psyche and how they function in our lives;
2) Expand the lexicon of images and stories that frame and illuminate human experience.
3) Learn tools to use an archetypal lens in personal and/or clinical work.

About the Instructor:

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Adina Davidson, Ph.D., LISW is in her final year of Jungian analytic training and a board member for Jung Cleveland.  She is in private practice in Cleveland Heights and Beachwood and serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art.


This space is not wheelchair accessible

This space is not wheelchair accessible