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February 2020

Soul, Psyche, Projection

February 22 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Unity Church of Portland, 4525 SE Stark
Portland, OR 97202 United States
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$110.00

In the early 20th century both Freud and Jung noted that projections of our deep emotions of fear and desire, our wishes for nurturance and ambitions for power ceased to be directed to the heavens and the God of various religious traditions. That human striving and loving fell out of the heavens. Where did all that energy go?  Freud saw this as liberation from religious tradition and its restrictive thinking. What we need is "secular ministers of the soul" (Bettleheim…

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June 2020

This Incomprehensible Moment: A Depth Psychology Perspective

June 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
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Did you miss it? Want to see it again? Recording now available -- click here to register and view Note: The recording starts with 7 minutes of music -- listen, if  you wish, or skip ahead to minute marker 7:00 for the start of the program. Program given Friday, June 19, 7:00 – 8:15 pm Pacific Time (US and Canada) As the COVID pandemic, economic uncertainties, and protests for racial justice touch us all, OFJ remains dedicated to providing relevant…

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July 2020

Featured Streaming Lecture – June 2020

July 1

This spring and summer we’ll be sharing with you a monthly selection from OFJ’s 45+ year collection of our past programs. We hope you’ll find them timely and resonant. James Hollis - The Personal Myth in Turbulent Times lecture given January 15, 2016 Member Cathy McGuire has suggested this timely James Hollis lecture. Says Cathy, "I'm  always looking for commentary and advice that is both realistic and still gives hope in these times. Dr. Hollis provides this, and also explains…

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August 2020

Featured Streaming Lecture – July 2020

August 1 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This spring and summer we’ll be sharing with you a monthly selection from OFJ’s 45+ year collection of our past programs. We hope you’ll find them timely and resonant. Samuel Kimbles - Between the World and Me: Where the Wild Things Live  lecture given November 8, 2019 Our historical moment has us unconsciously living out the reality of a split between the psyche (personal) and the sociopolitical world. We locate emotional suffering in the individual and his/her immediate relationships, dismissing…

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The Racial Complex: From Devious Path to Healing Journey

August 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Zoom Webinar OR United States
$20

Zoom Webinar Aug 16, 1:00-2:30pm PDT Free to 2019/20 and 2020/21 OFJ members $20 general admission Register/Purchase CEUs are NOT available - we will resume in September with regular season events In her new book, The Racial Complex: A Jungian Perspective on Culture and Race, Jungian analyst, author, and poet Fanny Brewster writes boldly about the racial complex we all carry, individually and as a culture. C.G. Jung said that our psychological complexes are like devious paths that often lead…

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September 2020

Listening to Jung in These Troubling Times

September 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Zoom Webinar OR United States
$20.00

We find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic with great loss and tremendous suffering. We fear for our safety and wonder what the future will bring? When will we get back to ‘normal?’ Do we want to return to business-as-usual? The pandemic has derailed our lives in so many ways and ever present is the continued threat of climate disruption. What does Jungian psychology have to teach us in these troubling times? Carl Jung also lived through troubling…

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Jung, Synchronicity and the New Sciences

September 19 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Zoom Webinar OR United States
$80.00

Jung had a deep interest in how modern science related to psyche. He worked closely with physicist Wolfgang Pauli to explore how psyche and matter are interconnected, in particular with regard to synchronicity. The discoveries of quantum physics, relativity theory and complex systems theory have radically revised how we see and know our world. We will explore the essential dimensions of the ‘new’ sciences and how they intersect with Jungian psychology. We will consider how life is rich in potentialities…

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Character, like a Photograph, Develops in Darkness: Views from the Shadow – Fall Analyst Seminar

September 20 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Zoom Webinar OR United States
$195.00

Oregon Friends of Jung, in partnership with The Pacific Northwest Society of Jungian Analysts, continues our series of seminars designed to deepen your knowledge of Jungian psychology. You’ll have an opportunity to learn from and engage with Analysts who are experts in their fields. How we choose to deal with our darkness, difficulties, and defeats is a major factor in how our character will develop. The individuation process helps us become more conscious of our distinct traits, like our persona…

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October 2020

Individuation Hijacked: Persona and Hero in an Evolving Universe

October 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Zoom Webinar OR United States
$20

"The energy of the central point is manifested in the almost irresistible compulsion and urge to become what one is, just as every organism is driven to assume the form that is characteristic of its nature, no matter what the circumstances.” Jung believed that we have a compulsive urge toward individuation, an irresistible drive to become whole. We tend to identify this urge primarily with the realization of our authentic, true self, free of external interference. But another essential aspect…

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Individuation Hijacked: Persona and Hero in an Evolving Universe

October 17 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Zoom Webinar OR United States
$80

Building on the Friday evening lecture, the Saturday workshop will explore what happens when the archetype of the hero is hijacked and unhealthy compulsion takes the wheel. The compelling urge to achieve and master, so characteristic of heroes and heroines, may be used to avoid shame or insecurity. The original intent of heroic energy is then lost and the personality becomes rigid, controlling, and work-obsessed. This leads to the illness of our times, an unhealthy and compulsive pursuit of status…

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