October 29-30, 1993: Manisha Roy

Lecture and Workshop: Sexuality, in its wide range of manifestations, is among the least understood and most complex areas of human experience. Viewed symbolically, it can be understood as a bridge between ordinary reality and the archetypal world of the demonic and the divine. Using sexual behavior and fantasy as the central themes, this lecture and workshop will explore the archetypal dimensions of those experiences. The program will include slides.


Manisha Roy, Ph.D., is an anthropologist and Jungian analyst in private practice in Boston. She holds Masters’ degrees in Geography and Social Anthropology, a Doctorate in Psychological Anthropology from the University of California, and a Post-Graduate diploma in Analytical Psychology from the Jung Institute in Zurich.

Sexuality, Spirituality and Individuation