Transformation through the Seven Soul Styles

Sep 19, 2023 2:00PM—4:00PM


ONLINE: Eastern Time (USA, Canada)

Cost $320 - $480 (sliding scale)

Event Contact Diane McGary | Email

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Through Form Drawing and the Soul Styles model, Laura Embrey and Jennifer Goodman will bring a dynamic, interactive course exploring the planetary influences on our personality and soul development, integrating the gifts received from those spheres between death and this birth. This model of Rudolf Steiner’s opens us to ways of expanding our capacities and bringing more consciousness and flexibility to our thinking, feeling, and willing. By invoking complementary styles, we may discover a new ease in making changes that support our growth and help us to meet relational needs. Enhancing the experience, by helping us connect with our spiritual guidance, form drawing supports our efforts to draw upon the archetypal characteristics of each soul style.

8 Tuesdays, 2 – 4 pm ET via Zoom

September 19 – December 12, 2023
Tuesdays: Sept 19, Sept 26, Oct 10, Oct 24, Nov 7, Nov 14, Nov 28, Dec 12

Cost is $400 (sliding scale $320 – $480 depending upon your financial situation)

Two payment options (all proceeds go to the presenters):
One-time fee $400 (or $320- 480, depending upon your financial situation) OR

Three payments:
1st fee due 9/12 for Session 1 – $50 (or $40 – $60, depending upon your financial situation)
2nd fee due 9/26: $175 (or $140 – $210, depending upon your financial situation)
3rd fee due 11/7 for sessions: $175 (or $140 – $210, depending upon your financial situation)

Pay by:
Checks payable to Tom McGary, 55 Emerald Drive, Dracut, MA 01826 (preferred)
or Venmo (@Tom-McGary) or PayPal ( or 978-273 9551)

Register with Diane McGary at

Laura Embrey most recently worked at Camellia Waldorf School as Pedagogical Director. Previous to this, she worked at a Waldorf-inspired charter high school George Washington Carver, where she taught English. Before this, Laura worked at Sacramento Waldorf School in both lower and high schools. She has both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley. She has published nine form drawing books and one novel. She serves on the board of trustees at Camellia Waldorf School and teaches online form drawing workshops to adults all over the world. She lives with her husband, David Wiant, and their beloved cat in Fair Oaks, CA.

Jennifer Goodman, M.Ed. is an anthroposophical counselor, weaving together traditional and holistic therapeutic approaches in her counseling and coaching sessions. She helps people align with their purpose and meaning, working with held beliefs, emotions, schematic thought structures, traumas, and other imprints, in a way that develops more freedom and creates space for relational well-being. She brings a connection with Rudolf Steiner’s work and the Waldorf world, a lifelong background in meditation and Eastern philosophy, study of the Steiner’s planetary soul influences for personal transformation, Waldorf-based parent coaching and child counseling, mediation and relatedness skills, Social Inclusion work with schools and children, and therapeutic arts. She has an M.Ed. in anthroposophical counseling, is a certified Waldorf Collaborative Counselor, a Magic Makers Coach, a Simplicity Parenting Coach, and a Social Inclusion Coach.