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Welcome to the home of the C. G. Jung Foundation of Ontario on the World Wide Web.
 
The new season of programme offerings is now on-line. The C. G. Jung Foundation of Ontario has made the transition to fully electronic communications, which means that if you want to save a copy, or print, our Public Education Programme bulletin, you may need Adobe Reader on your computer. 

Our office is located in the lower floor of the Arts & Letters Club of Toronto.  Do come by and visit us when the library-office is open on Thursdays. Staff may also be there on other days, so do call or email ahead to see if another time can work for you.

 

Featured events

 


Seminar

Graham Jackson
Dream Life
Sat., Mar. 3, 10, 24
10am-12pm

A look at Jung’s approach to the fascinating work of dream interpretation. Topics like subjective versus objective interpretation, traumatic dreams, prophetic dreams, recurring dreams, nightmares, among others, will be considered.

Participants will work with dreams to see how Jung’s theories are applied. Dream motifs and symbols from their own dream life will also be examined.

$60 IN ADVANCE for the series; $25 AT THE DOOR for each seminar
Or register and pay by mail

Play at 14 Elm

Cliona Dickie with the Toronto Irish Players
Little Gem
Fri., Mar. 16
7:30pm

Woman’s psychology is founded on the principle of Eros, the great binder and loosener, whereas from ancient times the ruling principle ascribed to man is Logos.
           (CW10, par 255.)


In the play Little Gem, we meet three women,
mother, daughter, and grand-daughter, and observe how each experience love and relationship.  Within that milieu the play expresses a somewhat tenuous and changing connection to the masculine in stories of absent or reluctant father figures, a difficulty in maintaining control, and a new and emergent masculine energy to fill the gap of the father. The question of how these women hold the feminine Eros and maintain a relationship to the masculine is the problem of tension of the opposites. A discussion from the Jungian perspective will follow the performance.

MEMBERS: $25 IN ADVANCE OR AT THE DOOR
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE
NON MEMBERS: $25 IN ADVANCE; $30 AT THE DOOR PLEASE PRE-BOOK EARLY (BEFORE MARCH 1) TO ENSURE MINIMUM ATTENDANCE IS MET
Or register and pay by mail.

 

 

 

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