featuring Jerry M. Ruhl
Sat28Oct20179:30 am - 1:30 pmSt. Paul’s Episcopal Church 33 W. Dixon, Dayton OH 45419
Whether called fate, destiny or the hand of God, slender threads are at work bringing coherence and continuity to our lives and, over time, they weave a remarkable tapestry. Explore the roles of fate and destiny, as well as rational planning, in shaping contemporary life.
More info at http://www.jungdayton.org
Fri08Dec20177:30 pm - 9:30 pmUnity Church of Portland, 4525 SE Stark, Portland, OR 97202
Living in the Fire: The Wisdom of Uncertainty
December 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
What does it mean to be human in a chaotic world? How are we to cope? There are times, personally and collectively, in which we fall back into chaotic states: of anger, fear, confusion, ignorance, meaninglessness. In moments of chaotic breakdown familiar and cherished positions become unraveled. This lecture explores mythic and psychological patterns to help guide us through uncertain times.
Cost: $20 for non-members/free for members of Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung
Young Adult Pricing (29 or under): $10 for non-members/free for members of Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung
More information at https://ofj.org/event/living-fire-wisdom-uncertainty/
Sat09Dec201710:00 am - 3:00 pmUnity Church of Portland, 4525 SE Stark, Portland, OR 97202
We all encounter hassles (the car breaks, the plumbing leaks, we catch a cold) on a regular basis and generally manage to cope; however, catastrophes are beyond our coping skills. Experiences we cannot readily fix or control challenge us in fundamental ways, indelibly changing our lives, disrupting identity, career, relationships, meaning, hope for the future, our highest god image, and our personal narratives. Using lecture, discussion, and exercises, we will explore experiences of tragic events (both personal and collective) and ways to provide self-care and assistance to others, how to be a help rather than a nuisance. This program will present a holistic model of care. Participants will learn supportive theory and research for this topic from related fields and traditions.
Members of Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung: $75
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Young Adult Pricing (29 or under)
Member: $45 (register early to save $10!)