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CHECK OUT – A play by Jonathan Chadwick

Tuesday 18 November 2014 Starting at 8.15pm A play by Jonathan Chadwick The muse, the mentor, the oracle and the sphinx A popular uprising brings turmoil to the city streets. A radical writer encounters his former protégée, muse and lover, while he is waiting for a train to take him off to join the resistance.… Read More »

Jay Sherry – talk followed by discussion with Gary Lachman at the Freud Museum London

Andrew and Murray mentioned  Jay Sherry the other day.  I had an email from him yesterday letting me know that he’s going to speaking at the Freud museum in London on January 13th.  He’s well worth hearing. Here’s the title and the link: Freud Museum, London.  13 January 2015  7pm Carl Gustav Jung: avant-garde conservative,… Read More »

We are showing the film ‘A Dangerous Method‘ at the Royal College of Psychiatrists HQ followed by a discussion with wine and refreshments. You can see the details below – we are hoping you might be able to come and take part in the discussion and perhaps encourage other Jungian therapists to come as well… Read More »

A Series of Talks Initiated by Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer in 2010

Tuesday 21 October 2014 –  Starting at 8.15pm The Legend of the Christmas Rose That favourite story so often heard in childhood, we all have one – does it vibrate in the soul throughout a lifetime? How significant is the context within which it was heard, or the ancestors with whom a connection resonates and… Read More »

Thursday 16 October at 7.30 pm at The Essex Church, 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, London W8 4RT IS JOSEPH CAMPBELL A JUNGIAN? Robert Segal Joseph Campbell is often taken as a disciple of Jung. His ‘Hero with a Thousand Faces’ is typically read as a symbolic expression of the psychological journey of the second half… Read More »

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