This talk will explore how, consciously or not, we are all myth-makers. Myths provide a narrative about the origins of the world and of the ongoing processes of being that
This talk will explore how, consciously or not, we are all myth-makers. Myths provide a narrative about the origins of the world and of the ongoing processes of being that take place all the time within the individual psyche during the course of a human life. Amanda will discuss how, while occupying a position of lesser importance than it did in the past, myth continues to maintain a presence in modern life as a living thread, winding through our cultural structures, and how it can have a transformative function for the individual, leading the way to a deeper awareness of and engagement with one’s inner world.
6.45pm for 7.00pm start, ending at 8.30pm.
Tickets: £8 ( £6 concessions)
Amanda Hon is a Jungian Analyst/Analytical Psychologist and a member of the Association of Jungian Analysts (AJA), registered with the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP), and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). She works with adults in private practice in West London. She has presented papers at International Association of Jungian Studies (IAJS) conferences in Portugal and South Africa, and, before becoming a member, presented a couple of papers at AJA as part of the Leading Edges series of talks. She contributed a chapter ‘Rethinking virginity: a post-Jungian reframing’ in Sexual Revolutions, Psychoanalysis, History and the Father, ed. Dr. Gottfried Heuer, published by Routledge, 2010.
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