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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

 

EVENTS IN HAMILTON, ONTARIO


Seminar in Hamilton

Jane Smith-Eivemark
The Way of Story
Wednesdays:
Sep. 27, Oct. 25,
Nov. 29, Dec. 13
CANCELLED
2-5pm

Helen Luke wrote these words on the value of stories: “It is in part by our response to the great stories of the world that we too can begin to find, each of us, the individual story, expressing the symbolic meaning behind the facts of our fate and behind the motives that determine the day-to-day choices of our lives.”

In short, myths and stories are an essential part of our human experience. Participants will both listen to and discuss Helen Luke’s audio work, The Way of Story: Myths and Stories for the Inner Life.

Minimum number of participants: 4. Maximum number of participants: 8


(N.B. The group requires 4 to run)
Participants must register for all sessions
.
CANCELLED


EVENTS IN TORONTO


Reading and Discussion Group

Margaret Meredith
Conversations on the Journey
Wed., Sep. 27, Nov. 8, Jan. 31, Feb. 28, Mar. 28,
Apr. 25
7:30-9:30pm


A reading and discussion group concentrating on the book
Man and his Symbols
(conceived and edited by Jung with contributions from Marie-Louise von Franz, J.L. Henderson, Jolande Jacobi, and Aniela Jaffé). New York: Doubleday
and Company, 1964.

$120 IN ADVANCE for the series. must register for the series
Or register and pay by mail

Lecture at 14 Elm

Robert Black
Dreams for the Ages
Fri., Sept. 29
7-9pm

A dream can have a major impact on all subsequent human life, for example, that of Frederick Banting on October 31, 1920 in London, Ontario, which led to the discovery of insulin. There are many others. This presentation looks at the meaningfulness of personal dreams at the collective level, some drawn from history, some from C.G. Jung’s analytical practice and others from local analysts. A dream perspective “for the ages” may not be a common one, but at times it seems to be suggested by the dream itself. Topics to be raised will include conventional religiosity versus raw spirituality — faith seen very pointedly through the lens of the unconscious — and the present and potential courses of our internet-grounded culture.

MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE OR AT THE DOOR
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE
NON MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE; $25 AT THE DOOR
Or register and pay by mail.

 

 

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