Thursday, 6 March 2008 - Living in Two Worlds:Communication between a white healer and her black counterparts: a presentation by Dr. Robert
Thursday 3 April 2008 - Death and Rebirth - Trauma and Recovery: the myth of Isis and Osiris and travels in Egypt: a presentation by Rosemary
Thursday, 1 May, 2008 - Slender Threads: a Conversation between Robert Johnson and J. Pittman McGehee: documentary film with discussion facilitated
by Anna Conaty
Thursday, 5 June, 2008 - Slender Threads: a Conversation between Robert Johnson and J. Pittman McGehee: documentary film with discussion facilitated
by Anna Conaty CONTINUED
Thursday 3 July, 2008 - Living
Mythically or Death by Myth : a lecture by Adrian StrongCan we learn from indigenous
mythic traditions to live beyond the literal? With all our unconscious cultural baggage there is always the danger of fantasy
projection – some myths can kill.
Thursday 7 August, 2008 - Preparing
the Body for Grace: Jung and the Somatic Dimensions of Religious Experience : a lecture by Forrest JamesExperience of the body provides the ground and container for the symbolic dimensions
of religious experience.
Thursday 4 September, 2008 - The
Dark Night of the Soul : a lecture by Dr. Brigitta BeerAll mystics have experienced a “Dark Night of the Soul”.
Research shows that Jung also went through a “Dark Night of the Soul”.
Saturday 20 September, 2008 -
Saturday workshop: Telling our Stories, Healing our Hurts, with Jenni Cargill-Strong, story tellerMyths offer us metaphors for the powerful archetypal forces at play in our ordinary lives.We sometimes forget that our own lives have all the elements of a powerful myth: joy,
suffering, triumph, failure, birth, death, love and loss. , Rosicrucian
Centre, 157 Norman St., Norman Park. Members $60; Non-members $75; Concession $50
Thursday 2 October, 2008 - Going
into "The Great Deep" : a place of collective memory, primary imagination and portal for the renewed images of the archetypes
: a lecture by Maria Makinson, Jungian analystThe notion of the 'collective
unconscious' has been increasingly challenged by some contemporary Jungians. Following on with the foundation series
Marie Makinson takes a fresh look at this cornerstone of Jung's ideas.
Thursday 6 November, 2008 - Doing
Nothing as Therapy (or at least doing very little) : a lecture by Frank Coughlan
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All events except where noted will be held from 7:30
to 9:30 pm at St Mary's Parish Hall, Cn of Merivale and Peel Streets, South Brisbane
Members and Concession $5, Non-members $10
For more information, contact:
The C.G. Jung Society of Queensland, 74 Camp Street, Toowong, Q 4066