Membership to OFJ is open to anyone interested in the work of C.G. Jung. Memberships are valid from September through September of the following year.
Regular membership: $65
Young Adult Membership (age 29 or under -- requires valid ID): $30
Young Adult Memberships must be purchased at the event or by attaching a copy of your valid ID to the mail-in application.
Members realize considerable savings, and receive the following benefits: Free admission to lectures
Members need only show their membership card to get into all Friday night lectures (except for special events).
Reduced registration fees for workshops
Members may register for the Saturday all-day workshops at a greatly reduced rate. Members can save up to $25 per workshop.
Library borrowing privileges
Members may borrow books, (MP3) CDs, and videos from the extensive collection in our library. Many recordings of our past speakers are available for checkout at the Friday night lectures and the library is open on Saturday from 1 to 3PM except program weekends and major holidays.
15% discount on books
Members receive a 15% discount on books purchased through St. Johns Booksellers. Look for their table at the Friday evening lectures or visit their store at 8622 North Lombard Street in St. Johns. Just show your membership card at the start of the transaction. St. John's Booksellers will also look at your used books for purchase or trade if you bring them in a half-hour before the event.
Invitation to OFJ's Light-Hearted Evening
Members and their guests are invited to our annual Light-Hearted Evening: a special event and member meeting with refreshments.
Reciprocal privileges with Seattle
Our members receive reciprocal membership privileges for lectures and workshops/seminars with the C.G. Jung Society, Seattle. NOTE: Since Seattle members are not in the OFCGJ database, we can not offer you the workshop discount over PayPal. Please pay for your workshops by mail (with a copy of your Seattle membership card), or pay at the event.
An opportunity to join a community that values psychological consciousness