An Introduction to the Work and Wisdom of C.G.Jung

6-Week Series

May 4th to June 8th, Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8:00pm

Meeting at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock (366 James Wharf Rd, White Stone, VA 22578)

One focus of The Bay Center is to search for a deeper understanding of spirituality and human consciousness. In this upcoming series, the work of Carl Jung will be explored. Jung, founder of analytical psychology, has been influential in the fields of psychiatry, anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, psychology, and religious studies. Jung’s theories laid the foundation for the Myers-Briggs personality test and influenced the creation of Alcoholics Anonymous. Jung said the inner landscape of the human psyche is as vast as the outer universe. If you are interested in learning more about Jung’s theories, and in the process, learn more about yourself, please join us for a six-week introduction to Carl Gustav Jung and his “map of the soul.”

The six sessions will cover the following:

1. Overview: Why is Jung’s work so critically important in the 21st Century?
2. Ego Consciousness and the Personal Unconscious
3. Persona and Shadow
4. The Collective Unconscious and the Importance of Dreams
5. The Self: Psyche’s Wholeness
6. Individuation: The Emergence of the Self

Facilitator for the series, The Reverend Dr. Susan Moseley (D.Ed.Min., UU Minister), has been studying Jung for fifteen years and working with a Jungian analysis for the past two years. Her doctoral project, Memories, Metaphor, and Meaning: Self-Discovery in the Second Half of Life, was based on Jung’s theory of individuation.

This series is supported by The Agape Fund, and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock (366 James Wharf Rd, White Stone, VA 22578) is graciously providing a meeting place. The series will run from May 4th to June 8th, Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8:00pm. Registration is necessary for this series. Registration fee is $75.

*If you are unable to pay the full registration fee at this time, please contact The Bay Center, as you are always welcome. Please check in with The Bay Center to make arrangements (connect@thebaycenter.org or 804.436.6362).

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