September 6th, – Movie Night! Viewing and Discussion of “A Dangerous Method” facilitated by Felicity Kelcourse, PhD.
October 4th – Jungian Analyst Thomas Kapacinskas “Evolutionary Genetics, Religion, and Individuation”.
Nov 15th Thomas Healy, publisher of Branches Magazine – “Emerson & Jung: Kindred Spirits”
April 4th, 2013 – Jungian Analyst Judith Roberts, “The Cycle of Saturn: Death and Renewal of the King”
May 2nd, 2013 – Jungian Analyst Donnamarie Flanagan, “The Transcendent Function: Longing,
Grace, Emptiness, and Individuation”
ALL PROGRAMS ARE THURS EVES FROM 7:00 to 9:00PM at The Unitarian Universalist Church 615 West 43rd St Indianapolis, IN 46208
Cost is $8 per program. Free to students with university ID.
Questions? Tony Garner 317-709-2888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday May 17th CIFOJ will show the acclaimed film “Dancing in the Flames” which chronicles the inspiring life of the renowned Jungian analyst and author Marion Woodman.
The film is guided by brilliant mystic and author Andrew Harvey, through which Marion explores the mysteries of her soul’s journey and reveals a series of psychological ‘deaths’ and ‘rebirths’ that have
made her who she is today. From her battle with anorexia, to her revelatory experiences in India, to her ever-evolving marriage, to her dance with cancer, Marion has ‘died into life’.
Please arrive on time so that there will be opportunity for discussion!
615 West 43rd St. Unitarian Church
7:00 to 9:00 PM
Cost: $8, students with ID FREE
Speaker presentations will resume in Fall 2012.
More info on film – please visit http://dancingintheflames.com/
Questions – email@example.com or 317-709-2888
Thurs Oct 6th 7:00 to 9:00 PM
Walter Robinson presents:
Philosophical Psychology of Primal Religion in the Context of Jungian Theory
Thurs Nov 3rd 7:00-9:00 PM
Jungian Ananyst Warren Sibilla presents:
To a God Unknown: A Psychological Exploration of John Steinbeck’s First Novelette.
This is the book that “launched” John Steinbeck’s writing career and was largely influenced by his relationship with Joseph Campbell- at a time when Campbell was just beginning to formulate his ideas that later became “The Hero With a Thousand Faces.” It is a very rich and provocative short book that makes for a stimulating conversation about many of Jung’s central ideas. It would be helpful but not necessary for those attending to have read the book prior to the presentation.
Yoga, Karma, Meditation and Reincarnation: C.G. Jung and Deepak Chopra’s viewpoint presented by Johanna Evelyn Mack, Ph. D.
Sunday April 3, 2011 1-5pm
First Presbyterian Church 300 W. Wayne St., Ft. Wayne, In (upper parlor room)
Use the North parking lot entrance off of Berry St.
Ceu’s available-call Rita 260-493-7384