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.
Join us for a two day workshop entitled: Dark Night of the Soul with Heather Taylor-Zimmerman
C G Jung said that there was an artist hiding in everyone and that this artist must be drawn up from the unconscious to heal humanity from the psychoses of modern times The art of The Black and Red Books represents Jung’s opus and an individuation journey at the heart of his oeuvre. Through dreams, visions, and active imagination embodied in art, we will follow in Jung’s footsteps as he traversed a painted path through the dark night of the soul that he later led his “advanced patients” upon. Like Jung, this workshop follows in the archetypal footsteps of the soul to guide participants as they begin their own opus or soul work to discover what he called the “secret” and “magical value” of art.
Walking this creative path, participants are led by Jung, while honoring his insistence that everyone must find their own way. Beginning with a visual lecture on Friday, we will continue our creative individuation journey on Saturday morning as we explore dreams and visionary imagery through the path and process outlined the night before. Using active imagination embodied in ritual art, each participant will begin to create a soul or life work in their own symbolic language, as they embark upon a path of healing Self-discovery. Applying Jung’s “invaluable method,” participants explore psychological art journaling to find themselves and their way as we journey together through the dark night of the personal and collective unconscious into the light of a new dawn.
Friday: October 27th 7:00 pm-9:00 pm, a visual lecture ending with Q and A and a final dream prompt.
Saturday: October 28th 9:30 am -11:30 am, dream image sharing and creating through a series of prompts.
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