Weekly Sunday Sessions:
Reconsidering Individuation in the 21st Century: When Archetypal Patterns Shift
Joseph Cambray, Ph.D.
March 6th, 2022
Over the past several years the upheavals and accelerating changes associated with the pandemic have impacted us all. From a depth perspective, the disruptions and uncertainties at societal and global scales point to a shift or transformation in the archetypal patterns emerging in the collective unconscious, while manifesting in our individual lives. The figure of the hero, as the basis of ego identity, is declining while appreciation of interconnectedness sustaining the psyche has become more evident. How can we best find our way through these times? An archetypal systems approach will be offered from which we can explore a reimagining of Jung’s notion of individuation.
Prophesy to These Bones! The Promise of Post-activism at the End of the World
Bayo Akomolafe, Ph.D.
March 13th, 2022
Writing the Flawed Woman as Hero in an Age of Crisis
Susan Rowland, Ph.D.
March 20th, 2022
Hope and Despair: Existential Dimensions of the Soul
Ursula Wirtz, Ph.D.
March 27th, 2022
Pandemic As Teacher: Minimalism, Creativity and the Soul
Elizabeth Nelson, Ph.D.
April 10th, 2022
An Alchemical Apocalypse: A Myth for Our Time
Evans Lansing Smith, Ph.D.
April 24th, 2022
Toward Existential Intimacy in Higher Education: A Case for Noetic Learning
Peter Rojcewicz, Ph.D.
May 1st, 2022
Phantom Narratives and the Uncanny in Cultural Life
Samuel L. Kimbles, Ph.D
May 8th, 2022
Alchemy, Jung and Remedios Varo: Cultural Complexes and the Redemptive Power of the Abjected Feminine
Dennis and Rebecca Pottenger
May 15th, 2022