With this November edition of Jung in Vermont, we bring the 2010 year to a close a month shy of the new year. January 2011 brings changes to the e-journal. Stay tuned!
In this month's e-journal Sue Mehrtens' continues her exploration of the analytic endeavor in her essay, The Chosen Few: Analysis as the Hero's Journey. Using a quote from Jung as her touchstone, she explores the various challenges that the analysand encounters on the road to wholeness.
The Assisi Institute has an exciting and varied event program scheduled for the remainder of this year. It includes a blog talk radio program entitled Deceptions and Betrayals and a late November through early December seminar on Jung's Red Book. For more information and to add your name to their mailing list, contact The Assisi Institute at: Assisi@together.net
Just over the border from Brattleboro, VT, the home base of The Assisi Institute, is The Jung Center of Western Massachusetts in Northhampton, MA. This neighboring Jung society has an active lecture schedule and this month on November 12th Karen Smyers is presenting Does the Soul Like Facebook? Exploring the Friendship Archetype. Dr. Smyers, President of the Jung Center of Western Massachusetts, is a graduate of the Zurich Institute. For more information on this event and to add your name to their mailing list, contact: http://www.westmassjung.org/
Mark your calendars for the C.G. Jung Society of Vermont's own November event, the film screening of The World Within: C.G. Jung in His Own Words, taking place on the 21st at 2:00 p.m., Fletcher Free Library, Burlington.
Have questions, comments? Contact us at JunginVermont@Burlingtontelecom.net or (802)860-5921.
With best regards,
Stephanie Buck, ed.