C G Jung Society of Melbourne Inc

Join us in the quest for wholeness through Jungian archetypes of duality and integration

A forum established in 1962 for discussion, exploration and continued development and application of the concepts espoused by the Swiss psychoanalyst - Carl Gustav Jung

  17 & 18 February 2018

Weekend Workshop   10.00am– 4.00pm
Habitat Hawthorn (Augustine Centre) - 2 Minona St  HAWTHORN  3122

1000 Faces of the Feminine


This workshop is nourishment for the participants' personal relationship with the sacred feminine and feminine archetypes, through ritual and creativity.
We will explore the questions:

  • - what myth are you living with?
  • what archetype do you feel present in your life?
  • Which would you like to evoke?

You will make your own little goddess or talisman. She will be stitched and painted and adorned. 

Participants are invited to bring any items they might want to include - this can be special fabric, jewellery, shells, beads, feathers, buttons, ribbon, small stones, crystals, or even secret things to be hidden inside the doll. 

This workshop will be the culmination of three months exploration of female archetypes and is an opportunity to craft a personal memento of your journey. No experience is needed / all materials are provided. 

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Merilee Bennett is an award-winning film maker and visual artist who has had a long-standing interest in archetypes and the way in which symbols, motifs and the unconscious intersect with our everyday lives. Merilee has been exhibiting since 1980. Her 2016 exhibition continued her investigation into ancient Palaeolithic and Neolithic forms of the “Goddess”, as well as myths and fairy tales, mystical revelation, dreams and the natural world.

NOTE: This workshop is a two-day workshop.  It will be fully catered.

Cost: Members - $200 /  Non-members - $300 / Concession - $250
(includes lunch plus morning and afternoon teas)

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