Here are the talks and workshops that happened at the Monterey Friends of CG Jung.

Blueprints for Healing, an Introduction to Archetypal Healing, A Modality for the 21st Century—with Gaila Mackenzie

Gaila Mackenzie is one of the few teachers of Archetypal Healing in the US. She has been teaching students also in England, Scotland, and France. Gaila studied in France and Spain with Colin Bloy, who was a well-known dowser and teacher, who based his healing system in part on the discoveries of Jung and Rudolf Steiner. She will be demonstrating how the healing works.

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Polarities—with Lisa Maroski

Most of how we experience our world is in terms of polarities, from simple ones like light/dark and good/bad to more complex ones like mission/margin. Persons and organizations can achieve greater balance by managing the polarities inside of which they operate to avoid swinging from one extreme to another. This hands-on session will help you identify the main polarities in your life and show you how to manage them to produce a virtuous spiral towards a higher purpose.

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Artistic Monterey, the Bohemian Days—with Dick Crispo

What was it like to be an artist here back when it was an artist’s colony? When artists came after the SF Earthquake for $5 down and $5 a month? Did you know the first show of California Art was at the Del Monte Hotel? Artist, teacher, ethnologist and historian, Dick is a Monterey Peninsula Institution. He has exhibited his paintings internationally, earning thirty-six awards, seventy-eight one-person shows, and is represented in over thirty public collections. Come listen to his…

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Truth, Love, Lobsters, and Revivifying the Father: An Introduction to Jordan B. Peterson—with Shane Cawelti

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a Canadian psychologist, author, and professor at the University of Toronto, and in 2016 he became involved in the political arena after releasing a series of YouTube videos. Professor Peterson teaches two classes at the U of T, "Maps of Meaning," and "Personality and its Transformations," where he lectures with great conviction and clarity on mythology, belief, ideology, the connection between religion and science, meaning, morality, the state, and the individual. In his class that…

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Dream Sculpting—with Lisa Maroski

Back by popular demand…Lisa leads us in theatrical dream interpretation. Some approaches to dream interpretation suggest that the dreamer is the director of his or her own movie and plays all the roles. Nevertheless, it can still be difficult to interpret some dreams. So we will use the technique of Montague Ullman to choose a dream of a participant and have the dreamer become “the director” and bring the dream to life by directing volunteers who will enact the drama…

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