Shira Marin - Shards of a Broken Mystery (Corte Madera)

Saturday, October 21, 2017 - 7:00pm

Shards of a Broken Mystery: The Restoration of Hekate records the real-time unfolding of the relationship between the author and a Titan Greek goddess, Hekate: denigrated, discarded, and all but forgotten during the rise of the patriarchy in millennia past. The work could be called a psychoactive memoir as page after page seeds and grows a sense of inner process. This book supports the evolving nature of full, true psychological development, including a fresh perspective on the often discussed shadow aspect of the human condition. from the foreword: Mystery! The word itself means “seeing with the eyes closed,” in the context of initiation. Shira Marin’s Shards of a Broken Mystery: The Restoration of Hekate, is itself a mystery, and must be approached as a mystery, seeing with the eyes closed, preparing oneself for ritual initiation.

Should you be so fortunate to be chosen to serve even an unlikely presence as a goddess of old, make no mistake, nothing less than your future is at stake. Taking part in possible futures rather than having futures thrust upon one, is the best possible course. Shards of a Broken Mystery facilitates the awareness of possible futures through the agency of Hekate and even more so as she is restored to vitality in the individual psyche. This is the gift, Shira Marin, through her devotion to Hekate, has presented to us

Shira Marin, PhD, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 35 years, is also an educator, speaker, writer, and mixed-media journal artist intimately engaged with the psychoactive nature of life. Currently, in her private practice, Dr. Marin serves individuals, couples, families, and groups through the lens of Jungian Psychology and consults to clinicians and interns. She is Immediate Past- President of the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society. Formerly, Dr. Marin served as adjunct faculty of John F. Kennedy University and the Community Institute for Psychotherapy. Her primary interests focus on the individual and society, on consultancy to groups and communities, and developing collective, collaborative peace-making processes through the engagement of Non-Violent Communication, imagination, and feminine values. Dr. Marin lives in Marin County with her family and their standard poodle, Bella Rosa, who assists Dr. Marin in the consulting room.

51 Tamal Vista Blvd
Corte Madera, CA 94925