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June 2008 Event

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Slender Threads:

A conversation between Robert Johnson and J. Pittman McGehee

 

Documentary film with discussion

Facilitated by Anna Conaty

                                                         CONTINUED

 

 

Thursday 1 May, 2008, and

 

Thursday 5 June 7:30 – 9:30 pm

 

 

St. Mary’s House, Cn Merivale and Peel Sts, South Brisbane

Members and concession: $5; non-members $10

 

 

“It is an audacious notion to put forth in this age of science and wilful determination that one’s existence is somehow inspired, guided, and even managed by unseen forces outside our control. Whether called fate, destiny, or the hand of God, slender threads are at work bringing coherence and continuity to our lives. Over time they weave a remarkable tapestry.”

Robert A. Johnson

Prologue to “Balancing Heaven and Earth”

 

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obert A. Johnson, noted lecturer, author, and Jungian analyst has introduced millions of people to the thoughts of C.G. Jung through his books “He”, “She”, “We”, “Inner work”, “Owning your own Shadow”, etc. In this engaging and revelatory set of interviews with Houston analyst J. Pittman McGehee, Robert Johnson explores the range of his work and life experience and traces the “slender threads” that have led him along his path.

 

We shall view and discuss selected portions of the interview over two monthly meetings – May and June.

 

 

 

 

 

Anna Conaty is a Clinical Social Worker and a Registered, Board Certified Art Therapist. She is currently working with Queensland Health CYMHS at Evolve Therapeutic Services, and teaching a class at University of Queensland. Before moving to Brisbane with her partner, Anna was active in the Outreach Program of the C.G. Jung Education Center in Houston, Texas. She has worked closely with Pittman McGehee doing research in Jungian studies and comparative symbolism, and supporting the Institute for the Advancement of Psychology and Spirituality through recording/reproducing his lectures.