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

Discussion Groups

After a break of a few months since last Easter, MORNINGS WITH DR CLAIRE will resume on 23rd July with the topic:  Is there Life after Death? (with reference to R Johnston's book: Imprisoned Spledour).  The topic may evolve into a series of discussions.

A topic planned for later in 2014 is an examination of William James' The Varieties of Religious Experience.

See the Discussions page for more information.

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 The MONTHLY DISCUSSION OF SELECTED TOPIC has become increasingly popular - especially with the ongoing examination of Edinger's book: The New God Image. .  Unfortunately due to  time restraints, the session can only be 45 minutes long - 7.00pm-7.45pm.  Thus the Co-ordinators and regular participants have determined that Latecomers will no longer be admitted after 7.10pm.

This change is not intended to deter potential attendees, but rather to provide participants with a secure space of uninterrupted focus and concentration.  

In order for everyone to get the most out of the Discussion, it is important that all participants carefully read the selected essay beforehand.  These are always posted as a downloadable link onto the website about 10 days prior to the meeting.  Also, when the file is 2MB (or less) in size it is attached to the Monthly Email Reminder that goes out to all Members, Friends & Supporters.  If both these methods fail, please contact the Membership Secretary for assistance.

Each meeting night the venue is made ready by 6.30pm to welcome Members and Visitors, so that all have a chance to comfortably arrive and grab a cup of coffee - or borrow a book - before the discussion group begins.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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