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We are a supportive community dedicated to exploring the ideas and legacy of C.G.Jung, including psychological awareness,inner resources, creativity, purpose and meaning.

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Personal Myth & Transformation

Workshop By Martha Peacock & Catherine McHugh

June 8th 9-4 PM

Community Church of Christ

All of us are guided by at least one personal mythology in our daily lives, informing our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Most of us are unaware of our inner stories - so much so that our narratives may be living us. In this hands-on, experiential workshop, we'll work to bring our foundational myths into consciousness. Through a series of exercises, we'll explore the ways in which stories of the past are shaping our present. This process can be illuminating and empowering, as it can shed light on outdated stories and provide the impetus to embody newer, more relevant narratives of our choosing. Bring your own lunch. Pay at door or mail check.

 

Monthly book group

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Provides an illuminating explanation of the origins and meaning of romantic love and shows how a proper understanding of its psychological dynamics can revitalize our most important relationships.

By retelling the myth of Tristan and Iseult, the author provides an illuminating exploration of the origins and meaning of romantic love. From Romeo and Juliet to the latest romantic novel he offers both women and men insights into their inner selves and the forces at work when we are caught up in the experience of romantic love. The timeless story is told in four parts, each followed by a closer look at the images and symbols involved and the psychological meanings they express. By doing so, this book provides a basis for us to relate to one another honestly and rewardingly, in full appreciation of the psychological differences between the sexes as a source of mutual enrichment.

Annual Meeting & Celebration 

Saturday August 24th

at Donna Remmert’s Home

Come meet like-minded Jungian-philes and break bread together. There will be a welcome of new officers for a few minutes, then back to the food and friends. Please RSVP to Donna at 720-979-9547 or donnaremmert@gmail.com. Learn More →

 

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