On-site programs at The Jung Society have been suspended for the semester of Spring 2020 due to coronavirus.
Susan will be presenting her program via the Zoom online platform. Details for using Zoom are included on our home page.
We also have changed the time for the lecture, since Susan lives abroad in a different time zone. This lecture will now occur from 12:15pm - 1:45pm est.
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"We must be able to let things happen in the psyche". C.G. Jung
"Imagination is more important than knowledge". Albert Einstein
Soul is summoning us. In this lecture, we will first consider how both soul and imagination were viewed over the centuries with excerpts from Plato, Ibn Arabi, Meister Eckhart, Henri Corbin, and C.G. Jung. It is Corbin who writes that the kingdom of the soul is an “interworld” between matter and spirit, between the visible and the invisible. We will look at the way Jung developed the practice of active imagination during his years of confronting the unconscious (1913-1929), with excerpts from The Red Book. How can we practice our own active imaginations? We will close in examining the ways in which the imaginal informs our lives and rekindles our souls. We will imagine a new tomorrow.
Susan Tiberghien, American writer living in Geneva, is the author of four memoirs, two writing books: One Year to a Writing Life and Writing Toward Wholeness, and most recently the 20th Anniversary Edition of Circling to the Center, An Invitation to Silent Prayer. For twenty years, she has been teaching at C.G. Jung Societies, the International Women’s Writing Guild, and writers’ centers and conferences in Europe and the U.S. She recently recorded three online master classes for the Jung Society of Washington. Susan founded and directed the Geneva Writers’ Group for 25 years. www.susantiberghien.com