you make the Unconscious Conscious,
will direct your life,
and you will call it fate
Beginning a journey of
transformation, what the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung called
individuation or wholeness, takes courage and willingness and time.
When I began my journey, instead of wishing and hoping that the
answers would suddenly appear, I put my
into delving into the world of the conscious and the collective
unconscious realms of
psyche and self--the work of Carl Jung.
I discovered that
the undeveloped parts of ourselves must be developed if we are to be
fully functioning people, and if we do not move towards wholeness, we
remain like a lopsided wheel trying to roll down the hill.
Opening up to our inner "otherness" reveals a compilation of our
fears and flaws, as well as our fundamental beauty, lovable qualities,
and sacred potential. This also entails a certain amount of
confrontation from which many flee. However, to become a whole
person, to live life to its fullest, the journey must be taken.
The rewards of this journey are many.
journey I also put my energies into my writing--something I had desired
to do for years but always found an excuse not to do. Writing
gives us insight into our gifts and an opportunity to reflect on the
life we have lived. Socrates said that an unexamined life is not
worth living. Writing can also help you examine that life.
upcoming personal development workshops and
retreats, planned for both men and women, you will have the opportunity
to reflect on your past journey and garner understanding of why you
the choices you did. You can also begin to plan the life you are
to live, no longer putting YOU on hold. The writing
workshops offered will give you the tools you need to write the story
burning deep within. There is at least one story in each of us.
my workshops and retreats
are designed for you to actively participate, hopefully revel in the
we spend together, and expand your insight along the way. With
numbers attending, you are guaranteed individual time and attention.
I am and
I continue to be on a
journey, so why not join me to begin your journey.
Elizabeth Rodenz Ph.D.
much for helping us all to heal over these past few days, for
us and helping us to regain our focus. I personally feel enriched by
we spent together. And you were
to all of this! Thank
you for sharing your gift with us and for being a friend."