April 24, 2015
7:00 pm CDT - 9:30 pm CDT
Instructor: Cate Rondenet
This year’s Jungian Concepts Seminar is being presented by eight seasoned Jungian analysts. This seminar is open to anyone interested in exploring Jung’s concepts, and is suitable for both new and returning participants, as topics vary from year to year. Questions and discussion will be welcome at each session.
Friday April 24: Creation of Consciousness as a Spiritual Path
Historical evidence suggests that all cultures require a sustaining myth in order to remain viable – a way of creating meaning as we undertake the difficult tasks that life demands. For many of us, the containing myth of our childhood has lost its ability to serve as our guide and create meaning in our lives. In this seminar we will explore the creation of consciousness as a guiding principle based on the writings of Carl Jung. This exploration rests on acceptance of the reality of psychic energy and its thrust toward wholeness as we attempt to find a resting place for Soul.
The 2015 Concepts Seminar Lineup Includes:
Friday January 23 (Lorna Crowl): Life Through A Purposive Lens
Friday February 20 (Bob Moretti): Ego, Death, and the Self
Friday March 27 (Jane Kamerling): Cultural Complexes and the Middle East
Friday April 24 (Cate Rondenet): Creation of Consciousness as a Spiritual Path
Friday May 15 (Ken James): Bringing it All Together: Jung’s Psychology in Perspective
Memories, Dreams, Reflections (Carl Jung); The Development of Personality (Carl Jung)
Power in the Helping Profession (Adolf Guggenbuhl)