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  • A Postmodern Approach to the Hebrew Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls: post-Jungian and much more

    A Postmodern Approach to the Hebrew Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls: post-Jungian and much more

    Speaker: Rabbi Helen Freeman Event Date: Wednesday 20th March 2024, 7:00pm - 9:00pm, Type: Lecture and Webinar

    The Hebrew Bible is a sacred text to millions of people around the world, and yet some of its content is really difficult to understand and make meaningful. This presentation will consider some of the challenging texts in the Hebrew Bible and whether an approach that includes dialogics and queer…

  • 2024 Spring Conference – The Responsibility of Analytical Psychology at the Time of Climate Disaster – IN PERSON

    2024 Spring Conference – The Responsibility of Analytical Psychology at the Time of Climate Disaster – IN PERSON

    Speaker: Ruedi Högger, Susanna Bucher Event Date: Saturday 18th May 2024, 11:00am - 4:00pm, Type: Conference & Webinar

    First Talk: Śiva Naṭarājā – The Lord of Dance - Ruedi Högger During the latest World Climate Summit, held in Egypt in November 2022, António Guterres, Secretary General of the UN, entreated the World with the following words: “We are on a freeway to climate hell with our foot on…

  • Makeda, The Black Queen of Sheba

    Makeda, The Black Queen of Sheba

    Speaker: Tricia Harragin Event Date: Saturday 22nd June 2024, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Type: Webinar

    “I fell because of wisdom but was not destroyed: through her I dived into the great sea, and in those depths I seized a wealth bestowing pearl … I marvelled at that light and grasped it, and brought it up to the sun. I laid hold upon it and will…

  • 2024 Summer Conference – Re-enchanting the World: Necessity, Theory and Experience

    2024 Summer Conference – Re-enchanting the World: Necessity, Theory and Experience

    Speaker: Andrew Fellows, Yuriko Sato Event Date: Friday 23rd August 2024, 2:00pm - Sunday 25th August 2024, 2:00pm, Type: Conference & Webinar

    Preliminary Details of the Conference (to be updated)   Our civilisation is demonstrably heading for disaster, driven by our “disenchantment of the world” (Max Weber), “monotheism of consciousness” (C.G. Jung) and “left hemisphere dominance” (Iain McGilchrist). Re-enchanting the world offers a psychological approach to healing our broken relationship with nature…

  • Encounters with the Wolf in Nature, Culture, Mythology, and Fairytales

    Encounters with the Wolf in Nature, Culture, Mythology, and Fairytales

    Speaker: Geraldine Healy Event Date: Thursday 3rd October 2024, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar

    The wolf is first of all a natural wild animal. It is associated with diverse mythologies as it was mankind’s earliest companion. The wolf has many positive manifestations, such as the ancestor of some human groups, a companion to Apollo, a fellow hunter to the Inuit people, a Guardian of…

  • Active Imagination and the Mystical Life: Jung and Ignatius Loyola

    Active Imagination and the Mystical Life: Jung and Ignatius Loyola

    Speaker: Earl Collins Event Date: Saturday 30th November 2024, 2:00pm - 5:30pm, Type: Webinar

    Jung, a Swiss Liberal Protestant, and Ignatius Loyola, a Counter-Reformation Catholic Saint, might seem like odd bedfellows but as Jung saw, there are important connections between their visions of God and religious life. Jung lectured on Ignatius’s 'Spiritual Exercises' between 1933 and 1941, after recent engagement with Eastern forms of…