Julie Chase-Daniel is the founder of In the Family Way, a non-profit organization committed to fostering creativity and compassion during family transitions as sacred rites of passage. She is a poet and a potter, with a background that includes professional practice as a birth educator and doula, and over thirty years of personal practice with the I Ching and Jungian oriented dream work. From 1992 -2004, she worked with Rev.Wayne Muller to develop Bread for the Journey, a neighborhood micro-granting program with twenty chapters nationwide. She holds an M.A. in transformative leadership and is currently completing her Ph.D. at California Institute of Integral Studies. She lives in Santa Fe with her husband and son.
Stephen Karcher, Ph.D., is one of today’s most creative and controversial writers and practitioners in the field of Yijing studies, divination and myth. He is an internationally recognized scholar, translator and initiated diviner, teaching and lecturing on the Yijing and other divination systems in the US, Great Britain, France, Spain, Switzerland and South Africa. As Research Director of the Eranos Foundation in Ascona, Switzerland (1988-1996), he pioneered a depth psychological approach to divination. A prolific author, he has published many books and articles in the field of comparative mythology, divination, depth psychology and religious experience. He “liberates meanings … that have been missing from our understanding for a couple of thousand years … revealing a whole new landscape of interpretation that makes previous translations feel cramped by comparison.” Stephen lives in Port Townsend, Washington.
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