Founder Patron C G Jung

 

Windows to Eternity by C.G. Jung produced by kind permission of the Estate of C.G Jung

London Lecture Programme

 

Lectures usually are on the 1st Thursday of the month, unless otherwise stated.

Admission free to members except for Special Events. For location details click on find us

 


1 October 2009

"In my flesh I shall see God" - Psyche and Body

Speaker: Dr.Gottfried Heuer

Venue: Essex Church

Time: 7.30pm

 

 

Dr Gottfried M. Heuer is a member of the Association of Jungian Analysts where he is a Training Analyst and Supervisor. He is also a Biodynamic Body-psychotherapist and Trainer and he practises in all these capacities in his West London private practice.

He has published widely on the links between analysis, radical politics, body-psychotherapy and spirituality and has a particular interest in the development of an autonomous sensitivity for the numinous independent from the established religions.

He has contributed papers to The Journal of Analytical Psychology, The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Harvest, International Journal of Jungian Studies, Spring, et al., and for the International Otto Gross Society (www.ottogross.org/), which he co-founded and chairs, he (co-)edited 6 vols. of Congress Proceedings (www.literaturwissenschaft.de). He is also the editor of the forthcoming, "Sacral Revolutions: Reflecting on the Work of Andrew Samuels – Cutting Edges in Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis" (Routledge 2009).

 

 


17 October 2009

A Place for the Sacred in Today’s World – Religion and Depth Psychology in the 21st Century

Speakers: Revd Maria Schleger and Rabbi David Freeman

Venue: Essex Church

 

Time: 2 - 4.30pm

SPECIAL EVENT entry fee £15 for members and visitors (concessions £8).

 

Revd Maria Schleger says: "I work in private practice as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and supervisor. Prior to training at The Guild of Psychotherapists I did an MA in Psychoanalytic Studies at the Tavistock Clinic.I am interested in the work of Bion, Jung and Winnicott and in bringing together the insights of psychoanalytic and religious thinking. I have been an ordained minister in the Church of England, working mostly in Hackney and Tower Hamlets, for the past 24 years."

David Freeman was ordained as a rabbi in 1967. He served as a congregational rabbi for 21 years. He has a special interest in ancient and medieval Jewish mystical literature, mainly Kabbalah. In 2008 he was made Hon Fellow of the Leo Baeck College, London.

David is also a Jungian analyst, a supervisor and training analyst with the Association of Jungian Analysts. He teaches and lectures both in the UK and in Europe. His special interests are Jung and Religion, and Alchemy. A member of the Guild of Pastoral Psychology since 1973, David served on Council for about 20 years which included time as Chairman. His lectures to the Guild include: Symbols and Healing; Lilith: ravaged anima in man; Decay & Dismemberment: Death and New Life. He is the author of Guild Paper 238 Victim Power.

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A shared lecture and discussion with the Guild of Psychotherapy

5 Nov 2009

Title: J M Coetze: Narrative & Redemption

Speaker: Arlene Tepaske Landau

Venue: Essex Church

Time: 7.30pm

This talk is based on the story of his gardener by the South African writer, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2003, which fascinated Arlene. She will show us how the heartbreaking narrative reveals subtle redemption. The novelist conveys with remarkable imagination the agony of the disenfranchised and an inner sense of integrity that this character achieves or discovers.

This is a joint event with the CG Jung Analytical Psychology Club London


3 December 2009

Title : Where is the  Divine Child to be found in our Fragmented World?


Venue: Essex Church

Time :    7.30pm FREE FOR ALL, bring your friends!

We welcome you to an informal opportunity, to discover and discuss in a structured format,
where hides the ‘Divine Child’ in our fagmenting world. Mulled wine, gingerbread and so on will be served. Come and enjoy yourselves!

 

 

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