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  • Architecture of the Self: Towers of Nietzsche and Jung

    Architecture of the Self: Towers of Nietzsche and Jung

    Speaker: Lucy Huskinson, Martin Gledhill Event Date: Saturday 22nd May 2021, 11:00am - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar

    Drawing by Hans Olde from the photographic series, The Ill Nietzsche, late 1899The influence of Nietzsche on Jung’s ideas and Jung’s personal development is well documented. Unknown to many, however, is their common interest in architecture and the built environment, and the role this plays in their respective ideas about…

  • Boundary and Identity in Irish Myth

    Boundary and Identity in Irish Myth

    Speaker: Jim Fitzgerald Event Date: Thursday 6th May 2021, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar

    Photo: Dunguaire Castle, Kinvara, Ireland, by Matteo Paonessa on Unsplash By examining various stories from the Irish mythic tradition we can gain some insight into the structure of both the normal and neurotic psyche, and into the significance of boundaries in the creation of a true sense of identity, in line…

  • Redeeming the Feminine: Symbols from the Jewish Kabbalah

    Redeeming the Feminine: Symbols from the Jewish Kabbalah

    Speaker: Lynne Radomsky Event Date: Saturday 6th March 2021, 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Type: Webinar

    Mandala mosaic, Masada, Israel (c.37 BCE) “The feminine principle brings up the healing compensation by becoming active” Marie-Louise von Franz (1999)The Kabbalah is the Jewish mystical tradition that traces its roots back to the BCE era. It is considered the compendium of the divine nature of the universe and our…

  • The Passionate Body: AIDS and Archetype

    The Passionate Body: AIDS and Archetype

    Speaker: Paul Attinello Event Date: Thursday 4th February 2021, 7:30pm - 9:00pm, Type: Webinar

    The unapproachable intensity of early death tied to physical passions: this is the archetypal narrative of the experience of HIV/AIDS as it exists in the ego, in the imagination, in the body, and in politics.  The passionate body is a generating focus – the body that desires, that is erotic…

  • Seven Sermons to the Dead

    Seven Sermons to the Dead

    Speaker: Alan Mulhern Event Date: Saturday 9th January 2021, 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Type: Webinar

    Alan Mulhern discusses Jung's mystical and Gnostic text, published privately and anonymously as being "written by Basilides of Alexandria, the city where East and West meet." The text also forms the final part of the Red Book. Alan has recorded a short podcast about the Seven Sermons.  This may be a…

  • Synchronicity and Humility

    Synchronicity and Humility

    Speaker: Yoram Inspector Event Date: Thursday 5th November 2020, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Webinar

    Photo by Paweł Czerwiński on UnsplashThis event is FREE!  Register “The humility, in which we remember again and again, how little we know about man , ourselves, a humility which has been acquired through sadness and despair, is in my view one of the basic values, assets of depth psychology.”…

  • Soul and Contemporary Civilisation

    Soul and Contemporary Civilisation

    Speaker: Bernard Sartorius Event Date: Saturday 17th October 2020, 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Type: Webinar

    Confronted today by an unprecedented destructive impact of civilisation upon its so-called environment – in fact upon the very conditions of life - the question arises whether this crisis results from the very core of the human psyche or if it results more particularly from its Western impulses. The Mural…

  • The Archetype of the Binarius and the prehistory of the computer

    The Archetype of the Binarius and the prehistory of the computer

    Speaker: Jeremy Naydler Event Date: Thursday 1st October 2020, 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Type: Lecture

    The binary thinking of computer technology is omnipresent in the contemporary world and has deeply embedded itself in the modern psyche, but it has perhaps not been given due consideration at the archetypal and imaginal level. At the time when Francis Bacon first conceived the seed idea of the computer…