Conference

C G Jung Society of the Triangle is proud to be a sponsor of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies 40th Annual Conference in Chapel Hill

June 10th-14th, 2015

Speakers include:

   (Click on the speaker name for biography)

Carl W Ernst: 

Presentation: "Sufism in the Modern World:

          Do Rumi and Hafiz Still Speak to us Today?"

(Sponsored by C G Jung Society of the Triangle)

Stanley Krippner: 

Presentation: Dreams from Another Dimension?

Robert Waggoner:

Presentation:  Lucid Dreaming’s Potential for Healing,

and Engaging the Inner Self

Howard Tyas

Presentation  "Nightmares: Urgent Messages from the Self"

Kevin Todeschi: 

Presentation:  "Dreams:

Your Pathway to Personal Guidance and Intuition"

 

 

AND MANY MORE SPEAKERS....  (Click Here for More Information)

March 2015 Program

Chris Beach

Presents

Big Dreams, Visions, and Active Imagination

Friday Lecture:  March 27, 2015  7:00- 9:30 pm(Refreshments at 7pm;  Lecture at 7:30 pm)         members and non-members $10 students with ID  $5

Saturday Workshop: March 28, 2015 10:00 am 4:00pm  $30 members/ $48 non members  $15 students with ID

Location:  Olin T. Binkley Memorial Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

Life offers moments of what Rudolf Otto called the "numinous," extraordinary encounters with the Holy Other, invoking in one the senses of awe and dread, fascination and calling. Such moments typically draw us to find new meaning in life. How we process them can greatly affect how we live life forward. Twelve-step programs' reliance upon a Higher Power is but one indication of the significance of the numinous in healing.

We will examine three kinds of numinous experiences that are inner in nature: big dreams (of great importance individually or collectively), visions (as if dreaming while awake), and active imagination (C. G. Jung's method of engaging the unconscious in order to learn from it). We will consider them in the lives of historical figures, such as Jung, Hildegard von Bingen, and Black Elk, and in our own lives and the lives of others whom we have known.

Chris Beach, Jungian analyst and registered counselor, has a private practice in Portland, Maine. He works with individuals, facilitates dream groups, and teaches courses on dream interpretation, psychological type, Jungian psychology, active imagination and ethics. Formerly, Chris served as a teacher and headmaster in Kenya and as an assistant attorney general representing Maine's Department of Human Services.

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Bob Sheavly, Jungian Analyst

Presents

Tangled in “Nots” – Working with Complexes Using Active Imagination

Friday Lecture:  April 24, 2015 7:00 to 9:30 pm (Refreshments at 7:00pm; Lecture at 7:30 pm)   $10 members & non-members   $5  students with ID

Saturday Workshop: April 25, 2015 10:00 am 4:00pm  $30 members/ $48 non members  $15 students with ID

Location:  Olin T. Binkley Memorial Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

Tangled in “Nots” – Working with Complexes Using Active Imagination
Complexes are core structures of the psyche and are one of the most basic ways in which we encounter the archetypes.  When we’re stuck in a complex  –  i.e. the complex “has us”  –   we are possessed by the complex.  Rather than manifesting our true self, we manifest some aspect of our false self (the not-me). This capacity of complexes to bind psychic energy tangles us in knots which are “not-y,” not because they are especially naughty but because they are merely knotty and difficult to un-not on one’s own.  Yet growth often lies precisely in consciously encountering this “not-me”:  a knotty situation indeed!
The workshop will use Disney’s Tangled to illustrate typical complexes as well as the power of the complex to hinder connecting more fully to our true self.  Jung’s theory of complexes will be discussed.  Through active imagination, participants will learn to use the kinesthetic component (the feeling tone) of a complex to identify and bring into consciousness both the contemporaneous and historical material associated with a complex of their own choosing.  (Please be kind enough to bring one with you to the workshop.)  
Robert Sheavly is a Jungian Analyst in Washington, DC and is the director of the Central Washington Psychotherapy Associates and on the faculty of the Philadelphia Jung Institute.  Bob also serves as treasurer of the Jungian Analysts of Washington Association (JAWA) and the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts (PAJA). He is a former church organist, an avid choral singer performing regularly with the National Symphony Orchestra and the author of Ensouling AIDS:  The Archetypal Dimension of the LGBT Choral Movement. 

 

2014-2015 Program

 
  • Sunday 9/7/14, 3P - 5P, location Chapel Hill Public Library, Room A.  A Sunday salon (free and open to the public) by Scott Baird: "Recovering Our Wholeness: Individuation as a Natural Process."
  • Friday 10/10/14, 7:30P - 9:30P, Binkley Baptist Church.  Lecture by James Kepner & Maria de Lourdes Quiroz Kepner: "Awakening the Dream: Gestalt Practice with Dreams, Fantasies, Stories and Symbols" ... a comparison of Jungian and Gestalt methods.  On Saturday, 10/11/14, 10A - 4P there is also a more in-depth workshop.
  • Friday 11/14/14, 7:30P - 9:30P, Binkley Baptist Church.  Lecture by George Hogenson: "Jung's Understanding of the Symbol and the Work of Archetypal Images."  On Saturday 11/15/14, 10A - 4P there is also a more in-depth workshop.
  • Sunday 12/7/14, 3P - 5P, location TBD.  A Sunday salon (free and open to the public) by Valerie Yow and Theresa Yuschok: "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn & Chapel Hill: the Hero and the Tree of Life."
  • Friday 1/23/15, 7:30P - 9:30P, Binkley Baptist Church.  Lecture by Howard Tyas: "Archetype of the Wise Woman."  On Saturday, 1/24/15, 10A - 4P there is also a more in-depth workshop.
  • Sunday 2/1/15, 3P - 5P, location TBD.  A Sunday salon (free and open to the public) by Ann Loomis: "Celtic Cycles as a Mandala for Individuation."
  • Friday 3/27/15, 7:30P - 9:30P, Binkley Baptist Church.  Lecture by Chris Beach: "Big Dreams, Visions, and Active Imagination."  On Saturday 3/28/15, 10A - 4P there is also a more in-depth workshop.
  • Friday 4/24/15, 7:30P - 9:30P, Binkley Baptist Church.  Lecture by Robert Sheavly: "Working with Complexes Using Active Imagination."  On Saturday 4/25/15, 10A - 4P there is also a more in-depth workshop.
  • Friday 6/5/15, 7:30P - 9:30P, Binkley Baptist Church.  Lecture by Carl Ernst: "Sufism in the Modern World: Do Rumi and Hafiz Still Speak to Us Today?"  This is a standalone lecture.

  • Friday lectures are $10 for members/non-members; $5 for students with ID.  Saturday workshops are $30 for members; $48 for non-members; $15 for students with ID.  

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Jung Society Movie & Discussion Night

Join us for February Jung Society Movie & Discussion Night

Thursday, February 26, 2015   7:30PM
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 LOST IN TRANSLATION

Sofia Coppola's 2003 comedy, Lost in Translation, is about cultural dislocation and relational longing. Starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson, it depicts two unmoored Americans, strangers in a strange land, who happen to be staying in the same Tokyo hotel at the same time, and who, despite their very different situations, attempt to see what sort of connection is possible.  A very, very funny film, it is, in a larger sense, an exploration of that primary human need to feel that one has a home in one's relationships. 
Location:  Lee and Terry Lawrence’s home Kinsale Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27517. For directions, call 919 604-0427.

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