“The more you work with your dreams and your unconscious, …., the more you understand it and it understands you. When you develop a relationship with your psyche this way, you begin to carry that energy into life and your relationships.” – Marion Woodman

Throughout the year, on schedule or by invitation from organizations or individuals, I offer seminars, retreats and groups.

PROPRIOCEPTIVE WRITING –is a powerful method for exploring the mind through writing. It is a form of meditation that helps to focus awareness, dissolve inhibitions and build self-trust.

5 THURSDAYS: Oct 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2015: Toronto $250

 

WORKING WITH OUR DREAMS – Our dreams are like express highways to the unconscious. In this workshop, we focus on the relevance of our dream life to our waking life. We explore a variety of ways to bring more clarity to our dream images and stories.
Friday November 13 (7-9pm) to Saturday November 14 (930am -4pm)

 

 

PSYCHOSYNTHESIS TRAINING – is a psychological and spiritual way of looking at our lives and growth. (See Holistic Certification Seminar)

To be announced

 

RETREATS – are facilitated reflective weekends or week long events, that are experiential and educational. I facilitate them both for organizations and individuals. In the past I have run retreats in the US, Canada, and in Norway. Previous Topics: The Wounded Will; Living/Working Creatively; Expanding Into Life, or on specialized topics etc.

On request.

 

KEYNOTES AND SEMINAR PRESENTATION

Some Previous topics: The Creative at Work; The Power of Kindness; Stress as Opportunity; Dealing with Difficult People, Living Creatively etc.

By invitation only

Catherine Comuzzi

My Philosophy

I believe there is a thread that is particular to each of our lives. This thread informs our life direction and purpose. To me, personal freedom comes from a radical acceptance of who we are and is supported by a steadfast pursuit of our truth as it unfolds and presents itself.  We can become more at ease with aligning with our essence and to relaxing into thriving rather than surviving, enduring or efforting: “To become a person does not necessarily mean to be well adjusted, adapted, approved of by others….. We are meant to become more eccentric, more peculiar, more odd .. not meant just to fit in. We are here to be the individual” (James Hollis, Jungian analyst.)