We offer a number of essays to round out the publication year. First, Sue Mehrtens shares her thoughts on Individuation in the two-part essay Components of Individuation: Part I - What is Individuation? and Components of Individuation: Part II - Internalization of a Locus of Control. Following is the first part of an essay by the editor entitled Analytical Psychology, Science and Religion: Archetypal Field Theory and the Confluence of Psyche and Matter. As you will notice as you read these essays, we continue to have problems with spacing and hope to resolve these aesthetic concerns in the near future.
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Notes From The Editor
Dear Friends of The C.G. Jung Society of Vermont:
First and foremost, December brings a change to the JSVT board: Luanne Sberna has been elected to a two-year term as President and continues as Membership Coordinator; Barbara Darshan has been re-elected to a two-year term as Secretary; Chessie Stevenson and Emily Pena Murphey have been re-elected to two-year terms as Members-at-Large; and Stephanie Buck (me) currently fills the positions of Acting Treasurer and Acting Librarian as well as serving as Editor of Jung in Vermont. Sue Mehrtens, JSVT Vice-President, has taken a much needed sabatical from her participation on the board and we hope to welcome her back to an active role in shaping the society in the near future. We also want to thank Cynthia Hennard, the former Treasurer and Librarian, who recently stepped down from those two positions, for her enthusiastic support for the society during its first two-years of resurrected life.
Looking ahead to next year, JSVT has a slate of monthly events for Winter-Spring 2010. Please refer to the Event Calendar Winter-Spring 2010 section of the e-journal for further information.
With best wishes for a joyous holiday season and an abundant New Year!
Stephanie Buck, Editor