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Connecticut Association for Jungian Psychology

  • Connecticut Association for Jungian Psychology St. James Episcopal Church, 1018 Farmington Avenue West Hartford, CT 06107 United States (map)

How to Live the Divine in a Postmodern World

Jung believed that the activation of archetypal images in the collective unconscious served two purposes: to educate the ‘spirit of the age’ and to compensate the one-sidedness of the present situation. What is being activated in the collective unconscious of the postmodern era, and what does it tell us? In this presentation, Diane Croft will share archetypal imprints from her own numinous encounter with the ‘spirit of the depths’, as a woman living in the 21st century, and elucidate how these living images point toward a new era of consciousness aptly described by Jung: “The time has come when each must do his [her] own work of redemption. You should all become Christs.”

If you would like Diane to speak at your center, please contact her directly.

Earlier Event: May 11
CG Jung Institute - Boston