March 15, 2019
7:00 pm CDT - 9:00 pm CDT
Instructor: Judy Shaw
This year’s Jungian Concepts Seminar is being presented by four seasoned Jungian analysts. This seminar is open to anyone interested in exploring Jung’s concepts, and is suitable for both new and returning participants, clinicians and non-clinicians. The March lecture is presented by Judy Shaw.
Sacrifice is an important symbol in every culture; being both active and passive, it has a moral authority all it’s own. The word sacrifice is usually linked with religious ritual involving acts of worship. It is also involved in creative endeavors, requiring the loss of something known in the faith and imagination, as yet unknown, of something better. Cultural examples of sacrifice from art, literature and film will be considered as we review some of Jung’s thoughts on sacrifice and it’s important role in psychic transformation.
The 2018/2019 Jungian Concepts Lineup (offered separately):
October 19: Empathy, Judy Shaw, LCSW
November 9: Searching for the Self in the 21st Century: Implications for Seekers, Robert Moretti, PhD
January 18: When it comes to consciousness, it’s all in the details, Laura McGrew, LCPC
March 15: Sacrifice, Judy Shaw, LCSW
April 12: The Dynamic Field of Jungian Psychology: Exploring Jung’s Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, Kenneth James, PhD