7:30 pm (AWST) Ten Dimensions of Dream Meaning By Dr Art Funkouser
Over the years, as I worked with the dreams of the clients who came for therapy and also of those in the dream group and seminar I lead, I gradually became aware of a scheme of ten dimensions of dream meaning....
Library Open Day and Book Sale Saturday, April 2, 2022 at 2-4 pm
There is nothing like the smell of a library and the joy of browsing through the books on the shelves and seeing what titles call to you. This is becoming a lost pleasure. With this in mind we are hosting a library open day to remind people of this treasure of ours. Come browse the shelves, flick through the books, wander around, find a spot to sit and look more closely. Enjoy tea, coffee and cake and the company of others.
Zoom Performance: Saturday May 21, 2022 11:00 am (AWST) Force of Nature/ Persephone’s Heart An episode of the Persephone Trilogy - with Craig San Roque and Miriam Pickard
The trilogy, Persephone’s Dog, Persephone’s Heart, Persephone’s Wake - was originally developed by Craig, Miriam and friends for community theatre events in Alice Springs, Central Australia and also presented in Santorini, Greece then for Sydney, London and Portland Oregon Jung societies and the (ARAS) Archive for Archetypal Research special project - Gaia: Then and Now. The performances are a radically different take on the meaning and use of the Persephone myth. It comes out of a hybrid perspective - mixing Australian desert experience with old Mediterranean folklore and harsh, confusing anxieties of the present time
Zoom Lecture: Saturday June 18, 2022, 11:00 am (AWST) Inviting Eris ~ confrontations with the goddess of discord
By Zoe Shuttleworth
The emergence of the Divine feminine as we simultaneously transition into the Aquarian Aion can be understood deeply through astrology. The arrival of distant troublemaker, dwarf planet Eris in 2005, represents our confrontation with the Goddess, an encounter with discord, an invitation to shadow.
This presentation is an exploration of the often-paradoxical coexistence between being broken and one’s personal numinous experience. In the midst of being shattered, it is not uncommon that one has a deeper connection with their surroundings including people, animals, trees, and inanimate objects. Various spiritual breakthroughs in those with psychic fragmentation are well documented, including Jung’s own struggle in The Red Book.
Individuation as one of the major principles of analytical psychology calls for a more balanced attitude between introversion and extroversion – defined as an inward and outward turning of psychic energy, respectively.
These workshops is for the introverts to cherish and trust their natural prepositions in the midst of an extraverted world, for the extroverts to dip their toes into seeing the language of the inner world that is present in everyone, and for all of us to recognise both introversion and extroversion in each of us.
Jungian analysts Vivien Bainbridge and Manita Beskow will be facilitating a series of three two-hour fairy tale groups. The aim is not so much to dissect the tales, or even to interpret them, but to experience them and relate them to our own life.
Dates: The group meets monthly, most often on the third Saturday of the month. Venue: The fairy tale group will be held in the beautiful, peaceful (and fairy tale like) Hovea Ashram: 805 Margaret Rd. Hovea
For further information or to register to attend the fairy tale groups please contact Vivien Bainbridge at email@example.com or Manita Beskow firstname.lastname@example.org 0419 043 768
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