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Jeanne Schul

Website: thresholdjourneys

Jeanne’s career path has been that of “teacher.” She has taught learners of all ages, focusing on the integration of soma, soul, and psyche. Whether she is teaching dance, dreamwork, body therapy, or hatha yoga, she is passionate about assisting her students in realizing their sense of wholeness.

Jeanne is Associate Chair at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the department of Depth Psychology with a specialization in Somatic Studies. She is the Artistic Director Emeritus of the dance company at Berry College, where she taught and coordinated the dance minor program for 24 years. She earned her doctorate in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, her M.A. in Dance at Texas Woman’s University, a B.A. in English and Dance from SUNY Brockport, spent a year studying British Literature at Nottingham University, and is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist with ISMETA.

Soul on Fire: Dreams as a Vehicle for Transformation - an interview with Dr. Bud Harris

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Dr. Bud Harris is a practicing Jungian analyst in Asheville, N.C. He has over 35 years experience as a psychotherapist, psychologist and Jungian analyst. Dr. Harris has a Ph.D. in counseling psychology and is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institu ...read more

Dream Tending and Story Telling - an interview with Dr. Stephen Aizenstat

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Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D. is the founding president of Pacifica Graduate Institute, a private graduate school offering masters and doctoral programs in psychology, mythological studies, and the humanities. Dr. Aizenstat is a Clinical Psychologis ...read more

Dancing the Great Dream: An Interview with Barry Williams, Part II

Jeanne Schul Elkins interviews Barry Williams at the Journey into Wholeness conference. (Part I of this interview appeared in Volume 24 No. 1)

Jeanne: Can you give us some insight into the spiritual practice in which you participate and maybe an ...read more

Dance! It Is Holy - an interview with Gabrielle Roth

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Gabrielle Roth began her exploration of trance dance in the mid-1960s and has devoted her life to honoring and communicating the language of primal movement through her 5Rhythms™. Her workshops connect the currents of world music, ...read more

Frequently Asked Questions About Dreams: An Interview with Barry Williams, Part I

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Jeanne Schul Elkins interviews Barry Williams at the Journey into Wholeness conference. (Part II of this interview appears in Volume 25 No. 3)

Barry Williams, M.Div., Psy.D., a Jungian analyst in private practice in Taos NM and Evanston IL, has ...read more

Dream Dancing

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Dancing is my form of self-expression. I love to have wide open spaces to fill up with my moving body, and music with which to dance that touches my soul. Having taught hundreds and hundreds of children in schools and studios across the country ...read more

When Last I Dreamed: Creating Dances from Dreams

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Dance has the power to manifest the unconscious visibly through the physical shapes the dancers make and the movement patterns that they trace through space. The imag ...read more

Haiku

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Haiku originated in thirteenth century Japan. From its inception, the goal of haiku has been to create a connection with the natural world. That deep relationship to nature has lead many to describe haiku as a spiritual path. Usually, each haik ...read more

Dream Tending & Story Telling: An Inter-Generational Process

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I grew up in a household that valued intuitive, non-linear thinking. My father, Roy Henry Schul, raised me on a heavy diet of colorful stories that depicted every phase of his life, including tales about t ...read more