"Your vision will become clear only when you can
look into your own heart." -Carl Gustav Jung
The Calgary Jung Society presents lectures, workshops, films, and seminars, exploring the ideas of Carl Gustav Jung, and recent developments in Jungian thought. Most of our speakers are Jungian analysts; many are also internationally known speakers and authors.
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Upcoming Calgary Events
Marion Woodman Foundation Retreat
SINGING FLESH ONTO THE BONES:
AN INTRODUCTION TO BODYSOUL WORK
MAY 9-14, 2015
Faculty: Sheila Langston, Heather Miller and Marlene Schiwy
So often in our busy lives we suspect that we are not living fully and authentically, and find ourselves yearning for a deeper sense of who we really are. “Skeleton Woman” is an Inuit tale about abandonment and reclamation of the feminine principle in our bodies and souls. Its images invite us to drop into our own flesh and bones in order to redeem and renew what has been lost, and find a new relationship to our embodied selves. We invite you to travel across the water to ancient land where the ocean and rock and forest meet in a wild and beautiful setting. Please join us for this workshop!
JSSS Conference and Public Talk
13th Conference of Research in Jung and Analytical Psychology
Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies (JSSS) presents:
"On Nature and the Feminine: Psychological and Cultural Reflections"
Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
June 11 - June 14, 2015
Public Talk - Friday June 11
(You do not need to be registered with the Conference to attend.)
"Being In Relationship to the Earth: Opening the Door to a Different Reality?"