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

4-Week Short Course

Monday Evenings   19, 26 June  17, 24 July 2017

7.30pm – 9.30pm
Richmond Library Meeting Rm   415 Church StRichmond 3121

Archetypes in Depth

archetypes in depth

This four week workshop is designed to help you deepen your relationship with the archetypes that shape your life. In the first two weeks we begin by examining the nature of archetypes and the way they form our collective and individual psyche.  In the second two weeks we look at how archetypes help mould our identity and relationships.

Jung did not believe that it was enough to explore archetypes consciously, explaining that “the archetypes, like all numinous contents, are relatively autonomous, they cannot be integrated simply by rational means, but require a dialectical procedure, a real coming to terms with them, often conducted by the patient in dialogue form”    (CW 9.85).

Throughout this course we will explore and experience different ways to conduct this personal dialogue with the dynamic archetypal patterns which configure our experience and fate.

Participants are strongly encouraged to undertake pre-reading;  Archetypes: Their nature and importance   This might also assist those wondering if this four week course is right for them.


Cost: Members - $140 /  Non-members - $170 / Concession - $150

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Note: Registration can be completed with a 50% deposit option with the remainder to be paid by or on the day.

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Registration can also be done via cheque or direct deposit by emailing the Honorary Secretary   info@jungsocietymelbourne.com
with your name, telephone, address, and dietary requirements, plus payment details

Direct Deposit: 
BSB 633-000    A/c 120 760 780


John Power

John Power has worked over the last 30 years as a spirituality and philosophy educator in schools in Australia and the UK and as an Anglican priest training clergy and lay people in creative responses to Australia’s shifting spiritual landscape. He is an excellent facilitator and currently works full-time educating and creating programs which focus on innovative ways of approaching myth and archetype in spirituality. He runs the website archetypalspirituality.org and leads Numinous—the Jung Society’s Spirituality Interest Group.

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