This extended lecture presentation by Pohsuan Zaide explores three ideas taken from Jung's 1957 work, The Undiscovered Self, and discusses their relevance and usefulness for navigating the travails of modern life. Members: $50, Non-members: $60, Students with ID: $10 111 Superior Street, Victoria
A Jungian perspective for difficult times like these. In many ways, we are currently living in difficult times. Many of us are struggling to make sense of these confusing and disorienting experiences. These tremendous conflicts (both inner and outer, individual and collective) can be seen as the focus of Jung's final work entitled, "Mysterium Coniunctionis"… Continue reading Joel Kroeker: Crisis as Alchemical Vessel
The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees. Diana Beresford-Kroeger takes us on a cinematic journey to the ancient forests of the northern hemisphere, revealing the profound connection that exists between trees and human life and the vital ways that trees sustain all life on the planet. Screening and a discussion moderated by Dr. Hilary Leighton will be… Continue reading Call of the Forest
A combined two-day lecture/workshop Lecture: Friday, March 24, 2023, 7:00 - 9:00 PM. This lecture will explore the vital role of emotion in the journey of individuation – focusing on the instinctual survival emotions. The lecture begins with a brief synopsis of the assigned role and importance of emotion throughout history. Judith will then look… Continue reading Judith Slimmon: Emotion and Transformation
Mythopoesis as Radical (Re)pair Mythopoesis is a deeply potent, imaginative and poetic way of being that draws us in with its depth of presence; summons us to "see into" rather than merely "look at" things as an ultimately relational response to an animated world. This workshop is designed for those called to work in the… Continue reading Dr. Hilary Leighton: Forest Speaks Through Human
The library will be open for browsing and tea and refreshments will be available. A selection of books will be available for purchase.
A Presentation by Joel Crichton The Magic Circle is an archetypal concept appearing in alchemy, the séance and the Tibetan mandala alike—but it is also frequently used to describe the unique world that people enter into when agreeing to play a game. What is the archetypal dimension of gaming? Games are a polarizing subject, often villainized, but equally… Continue reading The Magic Circle: Gaming, Games, Gamers