Body as Shadow : Re-membering the Body Date: 12th October, 2023 Time: 6-8 pm (8:30-10:30 am. EST) – Online
Join us for a 2-hour journey with Erica Lorentz to find the deepest way to retrieve our body and soul. This lecture will show how our embodied experience was sent into exile and why and what Jung had to say about this. We can trace how this happened through neuro-science and history. Now the body is in our unconscious. It is our shadow. Jung states that we cannot have a soulful life without connection to our body and the feminine- they are inextricably linked. There is no separation between body/mind/soul/spirit. This was part of Jung’s quest and legacy to us. We will discuss how this has affected our modern culture and the deepest way we can retrieve our body and soul.
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The Jung Association of Western Massachusetts presents
Jung’s Shamanic Journey and The Red Book: Panel, Film, and Discussion
WHEN: Friday, September 8, 2023, from 7:00-9:00pm EST (6:30pm for settling and tech questions) WHERE: This program will be presented on Zoom ONLY WHO: Penelope Tarasuk, Ed Tick, and Erica Lorentz
When Jung broke with Freud in 1910, a series of visions, dreams, and internal pressures from the unconscious obliged him to look for and follow his soul into the inner world. This “most difficult experiment,” (Jung) or shamanic journey, became his Rosetta Stone, spurring him on to develop his theories and therapeutic work. For this program, Ed, Erica, and Penelope will briefly speak about his journey, followed by the commentary of James Hillman on film. Audience discussion will give us time to share how Jung’s journey might affect our own lives.
Admission is $20 for Zoom (sliding scale payment option available).
Jung Association of Western Massachusetts Erica Lorentz, M.Ed, LPC Friday, December 2, 2022, 7-9 pm EST (6:30 pm for settling and tech questions) Where: On Zoom – It’s easy to download and use.
When Jung was a child, he was already experiencing non-ordinary states and was deeply engaged in the archetypal world. It was his destiny to follow this phenomenon, study it, and bring it into the world of psychology. He borrowed the Sufi term subtle body to talk about non-ordinary states. This lecture will explore Jung’s experiences and ideas about this phenomenon. The Black Books were his original journals and from there, he transcribed his stories into the Red Book and painted many powerful symbolic paintings. Sonu Shamdasani, who published them both said that this journey was the Rosetta Stone that set the stage for his research and theories for the rest of his life.
Jung on Non-ordinary States and the Subtle Body – 12/2/22
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Body as Shadow: Re-membering the Body Erica Lorentz, M.Ed, LPC
Friday, March 4, 2022 at 7:00 PM EST An online Zoom event
Details: This lecture will share how and why our embodied experience was sent into exile and what Jung had to say about this. We cannot have a soulful life without connection to our body and to the feminine- they are inextricably linked. There is no separation between body/mind/soul/spirit. This was part of Jung’s quest and legacy to us. We will discuss how this has affected our modern culture and the deepest way we can retrieve our vitality and soul.
Presented by The Jung Association of Western Massacusetts
Friday, January 8, 2021
7:00 – 9:00 pm EST (6:30 pm for settling and tech questions)
Joseph Campbell brought the hero’s journey into mainstream culture. But what about the heroine’s journey in all of us? What about the whole history of nonviolent resistance all over the world that fought for positive transformation against a violent patriarchy? In this program, we will take a look at the qualities of the heroine’s journey of initiation, psychological, and spiritual growth through fairytale, myth, history, story, and film. It’s a growing movement and the only way to create real change.
(Image above: Vasilisa the Beautiful by Ivan Bilbin)