Exploring the Myth of Echo and Narcissus

Exploring the Myth of Echo and Narcissus: Announcing the Agenda 

Two Seminars (Galway and Dublin )

With   : Dr Mairín Ní Nualláin IAPA and Karina Tynan IAHIP


Date : Saturday 15th November 2014

Times : 10am – 5pm

Venue : Mc Kenna Suite, Harbour Hotel Galway

Cost €90


Date  : Saturday 22nd November 2014

Times : 10am – 5pm

Venue : Clonskeagh Castle, 80 Whitebeam Road, D14

Cost €90

Register your interest on  : www.slinasamhlaiochta.com or email karinatynan@nullgmail.com

Exploring the Myth of Echo and Narcissus from a Jungian Perspective:


10.am        Karina Tynan – Telling the Myth of Echo and Narcissus – Discussion

10.30am    Dr Mairín Ní Nualláin –

– A Jungian Approach to understanding the Myth of Echo and Narcissus

11.30am    Coffee Break

11.45 am  Who is Echo -Reflecting on the Experience of Resonance – Discussion

1pm    Lunch 

2.15pm      The Birth of Narcissus – The Ambivalence of Consciousness – Discussion

3.30pm      Coffee Break 

3.45pm     Echo and Narcissus –  The Longing for Relationship – Discussion

5pm           Discussion and Reflection – Finish

When entering a myth we enter not just a story but a series of what the mythologist Karl Kerényi called Mythologems – the archetypal elements of the myth. In our work we hope to encounter the deep archetypal elements inherent in myth and allow these to call forth the archetypal forces that govern our own lives, to allow our imagination to image these into our very own stories so we become aware of the myths we live by. Thus our title, Slí na Samhlaíochta (The Way of the Imagination).

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