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The emerging scientific understanding of unified reality, the human psyche, and Jung’s symbolic life

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Date: Saturday 19th October 2019 Location: Essex Church, 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, London W8 4RT
Start time: 11:00am End time: 4:30pm Type: Conference Refreshments: Light lunch and tea

This is a one day conference in association with the C.G.Jung Club, London.

In ‘The Symbolic Life’ Jung maintained that the human psyche needs reference to the Eternal and the perceived sanctity of symbolic rituals and sacraments, both for mental well-being and as a means of making sense of the world. Yet secular perspectives describing reality as dualistic and merely materialistic in nature have since gained prominence, at the expense of such symbolic perceptions.

This fragmented understanding of the world is both unsustainable and, as the latest scientific evidence shows, innately wrong. Our entire Universe is not only fundamentally inter-connected but emerges from nonphysical realms of causality. Reconciling with Jung’s perceived need for human wholeness, this participatory day will explore how understanding, experiencing and embodying the unity awareness of this scientifically based breakthrough of unified reality, has the potential to heal our collective psyche and transform our relationships with ourselves, each other, our planetary home and the whole Cosmos.

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Timetable for the day

11am registration and coffee

11.30 Jude Currivan – talk

12.30 questions

1-2.15 lunch

2.15  Jude Currivan – talk

3.15 questions

3.45 tea and biscuits

4.30pm finish