Programs from The Retreat at Pacifica

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January 17-19, 2020
Our theme for 2020, The Stories We Tell, welcomes participants to share in the magic of cultural, personal, and mythic storytelling. Through story we celebrate diversity, lift up humanity, promote intercultural respect.
at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus

October 18, 2019
Join us for a One-Day Introduction to Pacifica’s graduate degree programs in Depth Psychology, Humanities and Mythological Studies. The event offers prospective graduate students a comprehensive introduction and orientation to the distinctive educational features of the Institute.
Hosted by the Office of Admissions at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Lambert Road Campus

October 25-27, 2019
As our devices merge with our bodies and minds, technology is becoming an extension of ourselves. Artificial intelligence has started to think and see for us, cyberspace is turning into our preferred habitation, and the virtual and the real are trading places.
at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus

October 28 – December 13, 2019
An Online 6-Week Course with Craig Chalquist, Kelly Carlin, Kwame Scruggs, Erik Davis, and Mary Wood
This program will be hosted Online

March 22-24 | December 9-10 | August 1-4, 2019
A 9-Month Certificate with Maureen Murdock, Jennifer Selig, and Daphne Dodson
at Pacifica Graduate Institute's Ladera Lane Campus

November 5, 2019
Trauma does not just happen to a few unlucky people, it happens to everyone. If we are not suffering from a post-traumatic stress disorder, we suffer from a pre-traumatic one. Death, illness and loss eventually impact us all, but even the everyday sufferings of loneliness and fear are difficult to face.
Hosted at Pacifica Graduate Institute's Ladera Lane Campus

October 6, 2019
For the ILLUMINED series, artist David Orr photographs a mystical, sacred, or philosophical text—often a one-of-a-kind hand-printed and illuminated manuscript—then digitally recombines the results into an abstract form which alludes to each worldview and beyond.
Hosted by OPUS Archives at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus - Barrett Center

August 18, 2019
Who is the Navajo Deity Changing Woman and why is her mythology obscured? In this presentation, Odette Springer, PhD, will explore the many mysteries of Changing Woman and Na’ach’aanhi, the Navajo term for an artist, or “maker of things.”
Hosted by OPUS Archives at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus - Barrett Center

August 3, 2019
The Flip is Kripal’s ambitious, visionary program for unifying the sciences and the humanities to expand our minds, open our hearts, and negotiate a peaceful resolution to the culture wars.
at Pacifica Graduate Institute's Ladera Campus, Classroom G

April 8 – May 27, 2019
An online 8-week Course with Craig Chalquist
Online Program
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