C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario
Lecture, 7-9pm. Online via zoom
No one would argue with the fact that the war in Ukraine, the Covid pandemic and increasing disasters due to climate change pose an existential threat to our species. All three are dire and require intense activism to limit the destruction. Yet only one mobilizes everyone, everywhere. Why? The presentation will explore each of the ‘Horsemen’ , look at the underlying archetypal foundation of each and propose that the role of collective memory is key and that when it is missing it is harder to mobilize for a cause , no matter how dire.
Jan Bauer, MA, was born and raised in the USA, lived in various European countries for 20 years, and has sort of resolved her tension of opposites by settling in Quebec Canada for the last 40 years. She has been involved in training with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts as Director of Admissions and then of Training. And in Quebec, she gives seminars and presentations for professionals and the public in French and English, as well as maintaining an active bi-lingual private practice. Particular areas of interest are individuation, the shadow, the ‘democracy of the psyche’.
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE
MEMBERS: $15 IN ADVANCE.
NON MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE