All Programs are ZOOM Online Events, unless specifically noted.
Jung's Guru - The Voice of Philemon
Presented by: Norb Spencer, MS
Winter/Spring 2023: Jan 14, Feb 18, Mar 11, & Apr 8
Saturdays, 9:30am - 11:30am eastern
Presented by: Hilary Barrett
Saturday, May 13th, 2023 9:30am – 11:00am
Saturday, May 27th, 2023 9:30am – 11:00am
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Jung’s Guru - The Voice of Philemon:
The Seven Sermons to the Dead
The Red Book’s Conclusion
(a ZOOM Study Program)
The third and final part of Jung’s Liber Novus (The Red Book) he called Scrutinies. Jung is engaged in dialogues with his Soul and with Philemon. In his notebook, he draws a mandala, with many symbolic images. Then, one night, Jung has a vision - a “dark crowd” comes to his door and demands to be let in. They have many questions, for which Jung has no answers, and so Philemon appears and, over several nights, delivers The Seven Sermons to the Dead, describing and explaining the cosmology of Jung’s mandala.
Jung's Red Book experiences were the source material for all of his subsequent writings. They also birthed in him the experience of the Self and the process of individuation. In this study group we will contemplate Jung’s writing and how it touches our own soul and supports our life journey. To further illuminate and bring to life these readings, participants are encouraged to share their dreams, journaling, poetry, and art.
*Required: Please bring your copy of The Red Book to each class.
Two Semester Schedule
Fall - Oct 8, Nov 12, & Dec 10, 2022 – Fee $100
Winter/Spring - Jan 14, Feb 18, Mar 11, & Apr 8, 2023 – Fee $125
(Saturdays, 9:30am - 11:30am eastern)
Norb Spencer, MS practices psychotherapy in West Hartford, CT. In addition to a passionate interest in depth psychology and yoga, he has trained in gestalt therapy, family therapy, trauma therapy, Transactional Analysis, and Family Constellations. He has been the facilitator for CAJP's 'A Study of C.G. Jung's Red Book' seminar over the past 3 years.
'Philemon' - C.G. Jung
Conversations with Change
(a ZOOM Workshop)
Some 3,000 years ago in China, an oracle called Change came into being. By 136BCE, it had grown into the Yijing (or I Ching); in 1949, Jung wrote the foreword to a fine new English translation; as you read this, people on every continent are consulting with Change, and finding clarity, understanding, and confidence in their choices. The tradition, the conversation with Change, has continued unbroken for millennia - but why?
Partly because of the Yijing's vast depth and subtlety - and partly because it is, at heart, an extraordinarily simple oracle, that seems to be especially friendly to beginners. To tap into its wisdom, you need only pick up a translation* and consult it for yourself.
In these two sessions, we'll cover:
No prior knowledge of the I Ching is needed, but it would help to bring a real translation. See the downloadable PDF below for a recommended translation list.
Two Part Series – Fee $50
Saturday, May 13th, 2023 9:30am – 11:00am (eastern)
Saturday, May 27th, 2023 9:30am – 11:00am (eastern)
Hilary Barrett is a Yijing diviner, teacher and author from the UK with over 20 years' experience, who delights in helping people to develop their own unique relationship with the oracle. She also enjoys gardening, cello playing and disappearing into deep woodland, and finds talking about herself in the third person quite awkward.
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