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Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 Events
- September 12, 13, 2014
- Divine Madness. Lecture and workshop by John Ryan Haule, Ph.D.
- October 10 and 11
- Songlines of the Soul: Pathways to a New Vision for a New Century. Lecture and workshop by Veronica Goodchild, Ph.D.
- November 2
- Ensoulment. Film followed by discussion with writer/director Loris Simon Salum.
- November 14, 15
- Experiencing the Numinous in Everyday Life: The Daily Quest for a Life of Meaning. Lecture and workshop by Suzan Rood Wilson, M.A.
- December 12, 13
- Becoming a Transforming Leader. Lecture and workshop by Carol Pearson, Ph.D.
- January 9, 10, 2015
- Creativity and Myth. Lecture and workshop by Allison Stieger, M.A.
- February 6, 7, 2015
- Wisdom of the Body in Kundalini, Alchemy, and Individuation. Charles Zeltzer, Ph.D.
- March 6, 7, 2015
- Archetypes of Place and Planet; Place and Personal Myth. Lecture and workshop by Craig Chalquist, Ph.D.
- March 27, 2015
- The Final Interlude: Living the 80s, 90s, and 100s to the fullest extent possible. Lecture by Lee Roloff, Ph.D.
- April 10, 11, 2015
- Hidden Feminine – Recovery and Redemption in Sacred Texts. Lecture and workshop by Silvia Behrend, D.Min, M.Div.
- May 8, 9, 2015
- Marriage and Individuation. Lecture and workshop by Stuart Potter, MBA
Looking for past events? See the Archives.
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|The Society is a nonprofit educational corporation formed to provide a forum for the ideas of C.G. Jung. The Jung Society sponsors lectures, workshops, seminars, and study groups by both locally and nationally known Jungian scholars, and its events are, for the most part, intended for the general public. Most events take place at the Good Shepherd Center. More about the Society.
Office/Library: Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., Room 222, Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: (206) 547-3956 Fax: (206) 547-5959
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Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychiatrist (1875-1961), was one of the great pioneers in the area of depth psychology and the field now known as adult development theory. His ideas probe beyond the rational description of human problems and behavior to the inner focus and meaning of our lives. Jung's contributions to psychology include the concepts of introversion and extraversion, synchronicity, archetype, and the collective unconscious.
When so many devoted their genius to creating the means to destroy the world, Jung went inward on a lonely and dangerous journey, discovering those creative synthesizing forces within the human psyche that might enable the world to survive. He learned that by honestly facing personal conflicts on the most everyday level, we each confront the deepest spiritual problems of universal human concern.
Jung's life, his mission, and his voice are a challenge and a source of illuminating hope.