Join us Friday Evening Oct 30th 7:30 at the Center for Symbolic Studies in New Paltz as we celebrate “Samhain – The Day of the Dead”. I know, ‘day of the dead’ sounds kinda creepy (and it *is* the basis of “Halloween”), but it actually is far more. Samhain is a Gaelic Festival that comes […]
CSS and Stone Mountain Counseling Center would like to announce that we are in the planning stages of founding a Roger Woolger Memorial Library being here on the Stone Mountain Farm. Dr. Woolger was a leading theorist and practitioner of past life therapy, a true pioneer. He was a close friend of Stephen and Robin […]
Dr. Andrew Cort joins Center for Symbolic Studies Faculty as Joseph Campbell Scholar and Interfaith Chaplain
Robin and I are very happy and proud to have the Rev. Dr. Andrew Cort join us in 2015. Dr. Cort brings a lot to our (symbolic) banquet table: an author, speaker, and teacher, he holds a Doctorate in Jurisprudence as well as Chiropractic, is certified at the Masters Level in Teaching, and has just […]
AUG 28th! Portland’s Balkan, Klezmer, Swing band The Underscore Orkestra, and New Paltz’s own Folk Punk Cabaret duo Frenchy and the Punk!
Frenchy and the Punk: Imagine Siouxsie Sioux and Dee Dee Ramone had a duo that was inspired by Django Reinhardt, Edith Piaf, Toulouse Lautrec and Deepak Chopra, this is what it might sound like. A pixie spirited flexitarian band of tree hugging, gothic, folky, Steam Punks by way of Paris and New York. Doused in […]
Midsummer 2015 Poster CSS 2 PM Film about Fracking Groundswell Rising Talk by Dr. Andrew Cort about his visit to PA. 3 PM Talk by Tom Verner, magician, about his Magicians Without Borders–magic shows for children in refugee camps all over the world 4 PM Magic Show by Tom Verner 5-6 Training Camp for Young […]
Every 2nd and 4th Sunday, at 4:00 PM All the religions of the world, when looked at in their essence, remind us that we are all here for the same reason – to experience life to its fullest, to love ourselves and each other unconditionally, to open our hearts and minds to the full splendor […]