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, 15 March 2019

Habitat Canterbury (Uniting Church) 2 Mont Albert Road, Canterbury, 3126 (map Here

7.00pm-7.45pm   Discussion Group

Facilitated by Annette Lowe/Mary Duffy

This Month's reading material:
Counselling For the Dream Time: A Training Journey with
Aboriginal Women
- Here


Main Lecture - 8.00pm  

Aboriginal Dreaming in Jungian Perspective

Guest Speaker: Professor David Tacey


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We must remember that the rationalistic attitude of the West is not the only possible one and is not all-embracing, but is in many ways a prejudice and a bias that ought perhaps to be corrected.”  ~ Carl Jung

Many aspects of the Aboriginal Dreaming remain impenetrable or inscrutable to Western intellectual thought.  Most non-indigenous Australians don’t even bother to understand it because it seems so remote, so removed from reality as we know it.

But Jungian depth psychology is able to throw considerable light on the Dreaming, its meaning and purpose, and its spiritual and archetypal structures.  Once we make the link between Aboriginal ancestors and Jungian archetypes, it becomes possible to appreciate the Dreaming in a new way, at much greater depth than is usually managed by Western reason.  


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Professor David Tacey  is Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University, is an interdisciplinary scholar and public intellectual. He is the author of fourteen books, and his most recent is Beyond Literal Belief: Religion as Metaphor (Garratt Publishing, Melbourne and Transaction Publishers, New York, 2015). 

David is a specialist in Jungian psychology, and his books on Jung include: Gods and Diseases: Making Sense of our Physical and Mental Wellbeing; How to Read Jung; The Jung Reader; and The Darkening Spirit: Jung, Spirituality, Religion. His books have been published internationally and How to Read Jung 
has been translated into Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese and French.


Admission (at the door, no booking required): Members: free, Non members: $20, Concession: $10*

*(Students with photo ID & holders of Australian Pension and/or Health Care card)

 

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