Another Ancestor Mentor: Mrs. Ebbs

Another Ancestor Mentor: Mrs. Ebbs When I was in seventh and eighth grade I had an English teacher, Mrs. Ebbs, who taught me how to write. Mrs. Ebbs was a plump and stout woman who smoked on her breaks and had one of those raucous personalities that everyone is drawn to, particularly we kids. She… Read more »

Honoring the Ancestors: Jane and Jo Wheelwright, Part Four

Honoring the Ancestors: Jane and Jo Wheelwright, Part Four Twenty four years ago this fall, my candidate group began our training to become Jungian analysts.¬†We were the last group to meet with Jo and Jane Wheelwright, some of the first generation analysts from our Institute, meaning that they were analyzed by Jung. They were also… Read more »

Importance of Elders

Birth of Elderhood: Birth of Our/My First Grandchild, Wesley, on his birth day, and also mine!                 Importance of Elders Last month I had an experience that made me rethink the importance of elders and mentors. I attended an eco-psychology workshop with a number of activists, land use… Read more »