January 2017 Newsletter
Happy New Year! I hope you have had a wonderful holiday season. Here at the Jungian Center we are looking forward to another year of interesting courses and learning opportunities. Coming up this month are the following courses:
Archetypal Psychology, Wednesdays, 1/4,11,18,25 (Feb 1st, snow day); 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury
The version of psychology associated with Jungian psychotherapy is often labeled “archetypal,” in recognition of Jung’s stress on the archetypal world and the myths and legends that reflect it. In this course students learn how to approach the study of the soul through myths and how to interpret their own soul journey through the lens of archetypes, via working with a variety of exercises, supplemented with readings by Jung, Hillman, von Franz, Edinger and other Jungians.
Jungian Perspectives on Current Events, Thursdays, 1/5,2/2,3/2; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury
We continue this 9-month course with discussion of Alan Blinder, After the Music Stopped. New York: Penguin Press, 2014, for Jan 5th, 2017; George Akerlof & Robert Shiller, Phishing for Phools. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015, for Feb. 2nd and
Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2014, for March 2nd. This reading/discussion program is open to everyone, even those who haven’t read the Fall term books.
How To Turn Your Life Experience into a Career So You Don’t Have to Go Back to School; 1/12; 6PM EST; online video workshop; to register: Cornelia @CorneliaWard.com
In this inspiring online video workshop learn about how to find a career you love without going back to school. Learn how you can fulfill your life purpose now by identifying those life experiences you’ve had which could point the way to a new career; how to gain more confidence so you can move forward into work where you can feel completely fulfilled; what steps you can take now so you can start helping people through your life purpose sooner rather than later; and more. Led by Cornelia Ward.
I hope you’ll join us for these programs. And don’t forget to check out the latest blog essay, “Jung on the Devil and the Reality of Evil.” I am a techno-idiot, so the attempt below to provide you with a link may, or may not, work.