Jung Discussion Series
Jung and Eastern Thought
Facilitated by Darell Shaffer
1:00 to 2:30 PM on the first Saturday of the month in the MJA Library
April 7: Jung and Mysticism
Rumi: The Big Red Book by Coleman Barks
Seven Sermons to the Dead by C.G. Jung (found in the Red Book if you have it)
Our Christ by Constantin Brunner
May 5: Jungian Thought and Spiritual Practice
Jung’s Psychology as a Spiritual Practice and Way of Life: A Dialogue
Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung’s Psychology by June Singer
A Jungian Discussion Group
Contemporary Politics and Public Life: What Would Jung Do?
Facilitated By Judith Healey and Mary Browning
1:00 to 2:30 PM on the third Saturday of the month in the MJA Library
The purpose of the Contemporary Politics and Public Life discussion group is to create a safe space where participants can explore their thoughts and feelings about living in the new political reality. Moderators will convene the meeting but the discussion will belong to participants. Initial readings will be suggested but participants may also bring ideas for readings to enrich the session.
The MJA Library is located at 3802A Grand AVE S, Minneapolis. When you arrive, call or text the phone number listed on the door to gain access to the library.