Due to the onset and seriousness of Covid-19, Michigan Friends of Jung have made a decision to host events online.
We recommend that in addition to our online events, you go to our resource page watch some YouTube videos of Jungian matters, especially the work of Bud Harris, who came with his wife Massimilla, to lecture us two years ago. Please click here to see more.
“An examination of the attributes of the ouroboros reveals two aspects of the symbol: regressive circling and transformational cycling. Consequently, the symbol serves as both a warning and an inspiration. The paradox of the ouroboros is that it is both self devouring-destroying and self birthing creating, culminating in a "final gulp”, so to speak. Attending to that point, to what might be called an initial singularity, is essential for not only for personal individuation but also, I would argue, for the survival of our planet. Ouroboric images found in many different cultural contexts speak to it being a universal expression for psychic and material processes.” Hosted by Professor David Mackres
Meeting will be held online on Friday Nov 19th, 2021 7pm - 9pm
Suggested Donation $20
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Michigan Friends of Jung is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to presenting to the public, both lay and professional, the psychological ideas of Carl Jung. We are composed of people from all walks of life, and are dedicated to the belief that individuals are entitled to information that will aid them in increasing their self-awareness. We both welcome and encourage your interest in our web site, and invite you to visit this page often for updates on future events.
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