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Caroline Mackenzie aims to demonstrate how working with the archetype of Christ has helped her in her individuation process. In her own words;
“I will share the process of moving from feeling like a victim to owning my power as belonging to me as a woman. Beginning as an object, through participating in the archetype of Christ, I have discovered my – self as a creative subject, made in the image of God.”
Speaker: Caroline Mackenzie
Caroline graduated from St Martin's School of Art, and then travelled to India. She worked and studied with artist theologian Jyoti Sahi in a Christian Art Ashram near Bangalore for six years. For a further six years she lived in Sri Vaishnava Hindu Temple town near Mysore where she studied philosophy and Sanskrit. In 1990 she returned to the UK. She has undertaken sculptural commissions for the Church in the UK and Europe. She now lives in Suffolk and works in bronze. In September 2017 Caroline gave a lecture on Christa and Female individuation at ISAP (International School of Analytical Psychology), one of the Jungian Institutes in Zurich.