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

Friday, 17 March 2017

7.00pm-7.45pm   Discussion Group

by Thomas Moore
Chapter 9 of "Care of the Soul" (1992) pp177-199


18.00pm   Guest Lecture

The Deep Psychology of Money

Juno Moneta
The achievements which society rewards are won at the cost of diminution of personality
— C G Jung

Who amongst us does not think (or fret) about money?  Yet money is one of the most neglected issues psychologically. Drawing on the writing and experiences of C.G. Jung, Sigmund Freud, James Hillman, Thomas Moore and others, this lecture explores various fascinating depth psychological and mythological perspectives into the nature of money. 

Money is not just a rational medium of exchange. It can fill us with compelling desire, anxiety, envy, and greed.  Suzanne will discuss the paradoxical nature of money, as both a motivator and a complex.  At the core of our various money complexes – to hoard, to posture, to gift, to consume – bubble the energies of various archetypes. We will consider how money, like sex, serves a conduit of the imagination and a main projection carrier for the soul.

Suzanne Cremen


Suzanne Cremen serves as adjunct faculty at the Pacifica Graduate Institute, USA and founding director of the Life Artistry Centre for Archetype, Imagination and Vocation in Melbourne (www.lifeartistry.com.au).  She holds two Masters Degrees from Pacifica (in Jungian and archetypal studies, and humanities and mythology) as well as degrees in Law and Arts. Her PhD thesis is on a depth psychological approach to vocation. Suzanne’s background includes working as a lawyer, conference producer, screenwriter, publisher and career counsellor for adults in midlife.  She is a past president of the Queensland Jung Society and co-founder of scholarly publishing house e-Content Management (acquired by Routledge in 2014).

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