LECTURES, COURSES, WORKSHOPS
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We seem to have made a flawless transition to our new home downtown 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.
Mar. 9, May 11
At each session, poems, selected by the participants, are read and discussed. In the process the riches of the poems are revealed. It is also an opportunity to experience the archetypal images which the poet translates into language so that we are touched in the present moment. “This makes it possible for us to find our way back to the deepest springs of Life.” (C. G. Jung, CW15, para. 130.)
Lecture at 14 Elm
An examination of two of the earliest collective symbolic images of feminine evil in the West, Pandora and her box, will lead to a discussion of the demonization of the feminine. We will also look at the power of collective cultural symbols and their impact upon the individuation process.
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE
NON MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE; $25 AT THE DOOR