As this programme goes to press we enter the seventh year of the Red Book Reading Group. It has been, and still is, a wonderful and moving experience. As we
As this programme goes to press we enter the seventh year of the Red Book Reading Group. It has been, and still is, a wonderful and moving experience. As we come to the last pages, it is safe to say that psychology can never be seen in the same way ever again. We have read every word aloud in turn, and through hearing Jung’s words spoken, and reflecting on the pictures, we have come to see the world differently. Discussions have arisen from the different chapters giving us an expansive archetypal vision of the conscious and unconscious worlds that we inhabit. The seminar will describe, express and hopefully open to discussion many defining crossroads within the Red Book and enlarge on the changes that happened to us.
BRENDA CROWTHER is a Jungian analyst who trained at the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology in Switzerland, and is a member of AJA and GAP. She studied painting and art history and later an MA in Philosophy. Brenda has been facilitating the Red Book Reading Group at the Club which now comes into its seventh year. She works in Switzerland and France, as well as the UK, and is the editor of Harvest Journal and a member of the Club committee. Her main interest is alchemy which weaves into her work. She loves writing and playing the cello and has written several articles.
(Saturday) 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Essex Unitarian Church
112 Palace Gardens Terrace W8 4RT London United Kingdom