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  • The Crime of the Ancient Mariner

    The Crime of the Ancient Mariner

    Speaker: Johnathan Sunley Event Date: Thursday 4th November 2021, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar

    In Coleridge’s great poem, the killing of the albatross has catastrophic consequences. But it also pushes the perpetrator of this apparently senseless crime, the mariner, to embark on a journey of inner exploration that transforms how he approaches both the natural world and those invisible realities that always had the…

  • Winter Celebration 2021

    Winter Celebration 2021

    Event Date: Thursday 2nd December 2021, 7:30pm - 9:00pm, Type: Informal Meeting

    Sunshine penetrating the wintry trees, illuminating leaves of former glory, and somehow intimating hope. The Guild's Winter Celebration is an informal mixture of poetry, reflections on the changing season, and almost anything which people care to bring along and share.  It is open to all friends of the Guild, whether…

  • Jung’s Black Books

    Jung’s Black Books

    Speaker: George Bright Event Date: Saturday 8th January 2022, 5:30pm - 7:30pm, Type: Webinar

      Between 1913 and 1932 C.G. Jung recorded his unique self-experimentation that he called ‘his confrontation with the unconscious’.  The Black Books are the contemporaneous and spontaneous record of his active imaginations and descriptions of his mental states together with his immediate reflections on these. The Red Book draws on…

  • “The First Half of Life”: Reimagining Jung’s Forgotten Developmental Stage

    “The First Half of Life”: Reimagining Jung’s Forgotten Developmental Stage

    Speaker: Satya Doyle Byock Event Date: Saturday 5th February 2022, 5:30pm - 7:30pm, Type: Webinar

    The field of Analytical Psychology has largely ignored the developmental stage that Jung termed the “First Half of Life.”  As a result, a great many individuals coming of age today, starving for guidance on how to live in relationship to their inner lives, find little that reflects them within the…

  • Evagrius on Becoming who we Truly Are

    Evagrius on Becoming who we Truly Are

    Speaker: Monica Tobon Event Date: Thursday 3rd March 2022, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar

    Evagrius of Pontus (345-399) was born into a Christian family in what is now Turkey but was then the Roman province of Helenopontus, and was a protegé of the 'Cappadocian Fathers' Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and Gregory Nazianzus. Highly educated, he embarked upon a promising ecclesiastical career in…

  • The Eleusinian Mysteries

    The Eleusinian Mysteries

    Speaker: Jules Cashford Event Date: Thursday 5th May 2022, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar Film Showing with Q&A

    A film produced by Jules Cashford followed by Q&A with her This event is in memory of Diana Grace-Jones Jules Cashford writes: Diana and I had often discussed the Eleusinian Mysteries in Greece in the context of a change of vision. I feel that the historical fact of the many…

  • Kindle a Light of Meaning in Cosmic Darkness

    Kindle a Light of Meaning in Cosmic Darkness

    Speaker: Regine Schweizer-Vüllers, Andreas Schweizer Event Date: Saturday 21st May 2022, 11:00am - 4:00pm, Type: Conference

    Healing the Dragon: Mercurius – Spirit of the Earth (Regine Schweizer-Vüllers) For the alchemists, Mercury was a light in the darkness of their opus.  He was the beginning and the end of the alchemical process; dreadful, terrifying and demonic at the beginning, but also “the philosophic gold, the carbuncle… the…

  • Jung the Mystic

    Jung the Mystic

    Speaker: Gary Lachman Event Date: Saturday 25th June 2022, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Type: Webinar

    Throughout his career, the psychologist C.G. Jung insisted that he was a scientist, pure and simple, and that his psychology was based on hard empirical evidence.  But throughout his life, Jung was deeply interested in the occult, the paranormal, the mystical, and the magical.  From his early attendance at séances…