March 2023 newsletter


March 2023


Dear Friends,


In our northern climes, the snows continue, sometimes in a “wintry mix,” while the days lengthen, and, making this increase in daylight even more noticeable, the U.S. observes Daylight Savings Time–a shift in the clocks each March. This means that on March 12th clocks will be turned ahead one hour. The first two sessions of the Bible course will run in Standard Time, the last two in Daylight Savings Time. The other two courses will run entirely in Daylight time.

By members’ request I have added a 4-session Fairy Tale course, which starts on May 9th; details will follow in a later newsletter. For those who have taken the class in the past, these will be new tales, i.e. ones we have never read and discussed before.

Another important change to note relates to the exciting course on Labyrinths coming up in April and May: we have changed the time the sessions will be held (to include folks in Europe) and have added an additional day:

The History and Mystery of the Labyrinth; Saturday, April 29, May 6th & May 13th; 2-4PM EDT; $60 (via PayPal or check in $US made out to Kathryne Delorme); to register, email us:

Our March courses and the link to our March blog essay are below. I hope you have a wonderful month!




Jung Reads the Bible: A Jungian Perspective on Spiritual Truths, Wednesdays, March 1,8,15,22; 7-9PM EST/EDT; $60 (via PayPal or check in $US); to register, email us:

At age 11 Carl Jung had his first experience of God, in a vision that he remembered for the rest of his life. As the son of a pastor in the Swiss Reformed Church, Jung grew up immersed in the Bible and recognized religio as one of the five instincts in human beings. In this course, we bring Jung’s understanding and interpretation to bear on multiple Bible verses and concepts like the numinosum, God, the Devil, evil, religion and perfection. Participants should possess a Bible, as most of our discussions will focus on specific verses and concepts. Other readings drawn from Jung’s works will be provided.


Pocket Shrines: Divination for Spiritual Connection with Source; Thursday, March 16th, 7-9PM EDT; Saturday, March 18th, 11AM-3:30PM (half-hour break, 1-1:30) EDT; Monday, March 20th, 7-9PM EDT; $75 suggested donation (sliding scale available; contact Cecile Leriche, facilitator ( for ways to pay and questions; all 3 sessions are via Zoom

At times in our lives we are called to awaken and connect with our innate numinous divine energy that is ours to behold. By creating a pcket shrine, we are called to go beyond the intellect in search of an experience that serves to awaken the divine within us, making manifest this experience and affirming our connection with Source. Our journey will integrate mind, body and spirit as we quest on our sacred path. This workshop strives to deepen our experience of Self and move beyond the mundane by creating sacred space, setting intention, connecting to innate wisdom with guided imagery, and a guided hands-on experiential activity creating our own personal pocket shrine; in session 1 we will orient, set intention, connect to spirit through guided imagery and journal; in session 2 we will create our pocket shrines (participants should gather the materials they will need before this session); in session 3 we will meet for integration and group processing and closure.


The Path of Individuation; Wednesdays, March 29, April 5,12,19,26, May 3,10,17; 7-9PM EDT; $90 (via PayPal or check in $US); to register, email us:

Individuation is a key concept in Jung’s psychology, being both a process and a goal of the work of becoming conscious. Using over a dozen exercises, assessment instruments and dream work, the 8-week course aims to foster participants’ familiarity with their psyche and its unique language, while introducing various components of the individuation process.


the link to the March essay on lucid dreams:

Jung on So-Called Lucid Dreaming



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