From early on in his life, Jung recognised two distinct personalities within himself.
No 1 was involved in the every day ordinary world, was rational and ambitious, studied science and wanted civilised prestigious life.
No 2 connected with the experience at the age of three, sitting on a granite stone and feeling something eternal in the stone, that was also in him. This side held meaning and connection.
Jung struggled most of his life with the conflict between these two personalities. He became attracted to psychiatry while studying medicine when he read in a book by Kraffe Ebbing that psychiatry is subjective and the psychiatrist responds with his own personality. He felt his two personalities could connect in psychiatry.
"Here at last was a place where the collision of nature and spirit became a reality"
Hello and welcome to the 2022 season of the Jung Society of WA. We are planning the program while everything continues to be in flux. In this time of transition Zoom continues to be a good alternative; we can participate from the comfort of home, the vulnerable and immune-compromised can attend and if you don’t like wearing a mask or are not vaccinated then zoom lectures allow everyone to participate.
We begin the year with a very special event – An Autumn Equinox dinner, a presentation by Dr John Goldsmith "Kandimalal" and an outdoor astrophotography exhibition on Sunday March 20th 2022.
Saturday April 2 we will once again gather to explore and celebrate the Library Open Day and Book Sale.
One of the benefits of zoom is welcoming speakers from all over the world. Friday April 22, Dr Art Funkhouser, a Jungian Analyst in Bern, will present on 10 Dimensions of Dream Meaning.
Saturday, May 21 is a zoom performance and Q&A with Craig San Roque and Miriam Pickard doing an episode of the Persephone Trilogy called Force of Nature – Persephone’s heart.
Saturday, June 18 Zoe Shuttleworth will be speaking for us again, this time on zoom, on the topic Inviting Eris – confrontations with the goddess of discord Friday Evening.
July 15 we will show a short film of a lecture on Psychological Types, by Rix Weaver and will hold a panel/audience discussion with the committee members of the Jung Society Friday Evening.
August 19 will be a zoom lecture by Jungian Analysts Aditee Ghate and Brittain Garrett on the three schools of Jungian Analysis - Developmental, Archetypal and Classical.
To finish the year, Jungian Analyst Dian Abdurachman will give a lecture on The Value of Being Broken on Friday Evening, September 16. Dian will also be running a series of workshops Into the Depth.
The Fairy Tale Discussion Group will continue to meet monthly.
Monthly reminders will be sent out via the mailing list and more detailed information on is available on
our website www.jungwa.org
Please see the attached brochure. Print double sided and flip on the long edge.
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