California Institute of Integral Studies:
EWP 6046; A 10 Day Immersion Course in Jung, Nonduality, and Ecopsychology at Morning Deer Farm
July 14-21, 2017
This course offers an interdisciplinary exploration into the transpersonal dimensions of ecopsychology and will include nondual meditative practices and the implications of applying these practices to depth and ecopsychological perspectives. There will be a strong experiential component to the course. Please Join East-West Psychology professors, Dr. Carol Whitfield and Dr. Heidi Fraser this July at Morning Deer Farm, located in Shasta-Trinity National Forest on the Trinity River.
This is a 3-unit course offered through the California Institute of Integral Studies. Students who want to take the course for credit need to register in advance with CIIS. Participants who are not taking the course for credit can register directly through Arsha Kulam website. At present there are two spaces still available.
This is a camping event with many class activities taking place outdoors. Students are expected to be comfortable outside and prepared for all weather conditions–check the weather for Lewiston, CA.
Daily Schedule (in progress):
|7:00 -8.30||Yoga/Nature Walks|
|11.30–12.30||Jung and Ecopsychology|
|20.00-21.00||Class: Films and Discussions|
Morning Deer Farm is a working farm in the Shasta Trinity National Forest and sits along the Trinity River and Grass Valley Creek. The farm is meant for students to enjoy nature and learn. This is a camping event with many class activities taking place outdoors. Students are expected to be comfortable outside and prepared for all weather conditions.
Click here to register or request additional information regarding this retreat.