Friday 17th July 2015
7.00pm-7.45pm Habitat Canterbury - The Club Room
DISCUSSION - with Mary Duffy
‘Evil from the Psychological Point of View’
by Liliane Frey, Ph.D.
taken from Spring Journalno. 65
Liliane Frey-Rohn, one of Jung's closest collaborators, received her doctorates in psychology and philosophy from the University of Zurich. She is also the author of Friederich Nietzsche: A Psychological Interpretation of His Life and Work.
NOTE: This very long essay and Discussion Topicis continued from June.
8.00pm Guest Speaker
Embodying the Soul:
An Introduction to the Work of Marion Woodman
The Marion Woodman Foundation grew out of Marion’s deep respect for dreams, C.G. Jung’s understanding of the psyche, the great wisdom of the body and her passionate commitment to articulating the sacred feminine and the embodied soul.
The Bodysoul Rythms work has a strong base in C.G. Jung, and supports the individual’s process of working towards consciousness, and the contained group process to descend into the unconscious and the body. The Bodysoul Rhythms works holds that psyche and soma are inseparable, and must be worked on together to come to consciousness – to the positive feminine in our bodies and the positive masculine in our creative pursuits.
In this lecture Josephine will share with you her reflections on her experience of participating in the Bodysoul Workshops in Ireland and San Francisco and Australia and the deep awareness of the connection of body soul at all levels of the Cosmos Exploring the dreams, identifying the symbols in the body and the symptoms and through story, music, dance and art one brings them to consciousness and embodiment, connecting to the energy of these emerging symbols.
for more information see Marion Woodman Foundation
Sunday, 19th July 2015
Bodysoul Community Workshop
10.00am-4.00pm The Stables 19 Duke St RICHMOND 3121
The BodySoul Community Workshop will be an introduction to Bodysoul Rythms work which brings deeper awareness to the individual through music, poetry, dreams, art, movement and dance, thus releasing repressed energies and feelings held in the body. One learns to pay attention to body sensations, feelings, images and dreams, while grounded and trusting ‘the not-knowing’ in a safe, sacred, non-judgmentalspace. Only then can one discover the treasures within, along with healing, love of life, and deeper connection to self and others.”
Wear loose comfortable clothing and soft footwear. Also bring a cushion or blanket for work on the floor. as well as personal symbol for the opening ritual ] This workshop will be highly experiential, working with dreams, memories or symptoms of illness. Participants are encouraged to bring Dream Journals.
Josephine Dyer has spent a lifetime searching for the sacred in the ordinary experiences of life through her work both overseas and Australia and in studying the works of C.G Jung and Marion Woodman for the last 20 years. Her background also includes Dream work with a Jungian analyst, Psychodrama, Gestalt therapy, Clinical Pastoral Care and Counselling and Trauma Management. She has extensive experience in group work at local, grassroots and international level. In recent years she has come to participate in the Intensives and the Leadership Program offered by the Marion Woodman Foundation in Ireland.
Joan Harcourt has an Arts Degree from the University of Melbourne, and postgraduate Diplomas in Psychology and Education from the Flinders University of Australia. She trained as a Body Psychotherapist in England. In 2006 Joan completed the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program. Since completing the leadership training, she has led MWF BodySoul Community Workshops in Melbourne and Sydney, including BodyDreaming with Marian Dunlea, held in Warburton, Australia early in 2013