The Sound of Dreams: Experimental Audio Dream-Sculpting

Tonight, the theatrical dream interpretation workshop we have previously shared as "Dream-Sculpting" is back with a twist: Dreams will be brought to life using sound only. Participants will narrate and stage dreams using sound-making props. On the flip side, audience members will be kept in the dark, literally. Looking away from the stage, they'll be […]

Schopenhauer, the Will—with Eileen Murphy

As psychologist of the Will, Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860) is the father of all modern psychology. As a teenager Jung was attracted to the philosophy of Schopenhauer for his being “the first to speak about the suffering and evil in the world.” Jung says, “Here was a philosopher who had the courage to see the fundamental […]

Book Launch Party and Fundraiser—with Lisa Maroski

Tonight, L.E. Maroski, that is, Lisa, your zoom host, will discuss why she wrote her second book, Embracing Paradox, Evolving Language: Expressing the Unity and Complexity of Consciousness, with an emphasis on the key part that Jung’s work plays in it. About the book: The polarizing forces in world life and, accordingly, in personal life, […]

CG Jung and the I Ching—with David Alexander

We will discuss Jung’s introduction to Richard Wilhelm’s translation of the I Ching. This will lead to an overview of Synchronicity, and further to an introduction of Chinese alchemy using the magic square of three. Finally, there will be a demonstration of how to use the I Ching. The image is that of Luo Shu […]

In Service to the Inexplicable and Paradoxical—with Jeffrey Kiehl, PhD

The spirit of the depths took my understanding and all my knowledge and placed them at the service of the inexplicable and the paradoxical. —CG Jung (Red Book p229) Jung’s view of psyche is rooted in an appreciation of opposites and the roles they play in our individuation process. He found that creatively embracing life’s […]