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Mythologies of Southeast Asia: A Three-Part Virtual Series with Carol Rizzolo, October 14

October 14, 2021 10:00 am
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October 14, 2021 11:30 am
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Small Mahabharata pic for SSILLJoin Carol Rizzolo for a three-part virtual series, cosponsored by SSILL, on the Mythologies of Southeast Asia, which are as rich and complex as the culture from which they emerge. In this program we’ll focus on the epic poem called The Mahabharata. Originally written in Sanskrit between 400BC and 400 AD, the Mahabharata has 100,000 stanzas and is one of the longest poems in existence. Filled with magic and myth, the text takes us into the wondrous landscape of Hinduism where gods and men learn from each other and in turn offer the reader gems of wisdom  along the way.

Carol Rizzolo holds a doctorate in Mythology and Psychology and currently works as a Transition Coach, helping clients tap their own innate depth of wisdom and find their own unique voice.

This series will be presented as a WEBINAR. Registration is required. (Click here to register.)