Howard Tyas, Jr. Jungian Analyst
Lecture: Jung and Old Age: Standing at the River
Friday, Jan. 23, 2015 7:00- 9:30 pm
Workshop: Jung and Old Age: Standing at the River
Sat., Jan. 24, 2015 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fees for the Friday lecture are $10 and $5 for students. The Saturday workshop fee is $48 for non-members, $30 for members and $15 for students.
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as a Mandala
3:00 - 5:00 pm
Chapel Hill Public Library
Ann Loomis is an experienced workshop leader; teacher, and author of Write from the Start: Discover your Writing Potential through the power of Psychological Type as well as Celtic Cycles: Guidance from the Soul on the Spiritual Journey. She has twice been president of the C.G. Jung Society of the Triangle Area and is currently vice-president of the Triangle chapter of the Association for Psychological Type. She also serves on the board of the Center of Ecozoic Societies. With her ancestral roots in Scotland and Switzerland, Ann likes to call herself a "Celtic Jungian."
Click here for more information: http://jungnc.org/page/ann-loomis
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Join us for January Jung Society Movie & Discussion Night
The Hedgehog (Le Hérisson) is a French film directed by Mona Achache, loosely based on the novel The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery. Made in 2008, the film was released in theatres in 2009.
This marvelously crafted film is about Paloma, an 11-year-old girl who is quietly and unhappily living in a luxurious Paris apartment with her family. She is intelligent and observant and, in sensing disappointment and despair in adulthood, decides to end her life before she reaches it, on her next birthday, 165 days from where the story begins. Her dad's old camera in hand, she records telling moments in the lives of the inadequate humans around her: her antidepressant-dependent mother; her moody sister; petulant dinner guests. As Paloma prepares to finish her days, it is Mrs. Michel, the gruff-looking, reclusive concierge, who manages the building where Paloma and her family live. She hides her passion for literature from her bourgoise employers but is found out by the new resident, Mr. Ozu, widowed and Japanese, as a beautiful bibliophile in elegant disguise. A fiercely tender attraction grows between the three like-minds, showing Paloma a more lovely side of life than she originally thought possible and forcing her to reconsider her plan of suicide.
Location: Lee and Terry Lawrence’s home Kinsale Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27517. For directions, call 919 604-0427.