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 as we have a presentation from Greg Mahr and Christopher L,
Drake with a discussion on this fascinating book that offers a comprehensive
overview of dream interpretation theory and modern dream science,
presenting an argument for dreamwork as a means to better understand
emotional challenges and achieve personal growth.
Bridging the gap between cognitive-behavioral therapies, psychoanalysis
and depth psychology, the book explores topics like lucid dreams, end-of-life
dreams, cross-cultural dream analysis and Freudian and Jungian models of
dream interpretation. The authors offer a new model for better
understanding dreams based on symbol formation, narrative structure and
current neurophysiology, with the aim of reinvigorating the way we value
dreams and their importance to individuals and society.
The Wisdom of Dreams can be of great interest to analysts and
therapists, including psychiatrists, psychologists, sleep researchers, social
workers and counselors, as well as anyone interested in working with their
dreams for greater personal clarity and self-understanding
Meeting will be held online on Friday Oct 28th, 2022 7pm - 9pm
Suggested Donation $20
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Check payable to Michigan Friends of Jung
c/o Greg Mahr
18659 Inssbrook Drive#1 Northville, MI 48168
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Zoom Meeting ID: 873 1907 0099
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