Friday evening: This evening will have two parts: 1. A lecture: The phenomenology of the shadow: Its signature and significance in the 21st century. 2. A practical exercise identifying and characterising the shadow of the self, a group, or an organisation of your choice. Saturday: There will be three sessions focusing on responding to the double in life: 1. Working with the double in the inner life; 2. Working with the double in relationships; 3. Working with the double in the world.
(further subsidy may be available if cost is prohibitive – contact Katie Orton)
Lisa Devine trained as a youth worker in the early 1980s and worked in a range of youth at risk programs before moving into working in the disability field. She has a Masters in Psychology and has counselled young people and their families over many years. Lisa takes young people to Africa every two years in a leadership development program. Her connection to the work of Rudolf Steiner began in the 1990s when she trained as a Eurythmist and has deepened ever since. She has worked as a Chaplain/Counsellor in three Steiner schools in Melbourne and now is the Chaplain for Glenaeon and Central Coast Rudolf Steiner School. Currently she is developing and implementing social programs targeted at preventing and treating young people suffering from eating and self-harm issues. Lisa teaches Introduction to Anthroposophy, Cosmology and Human Communication courses at the Sydney Rudolf Steiner College.