An Imaginal Journey Through Crisis

 

Presented by
Marianne Tauber, LMFT

 

Sunday, September 29, 2019, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Based on her book, The Soul’s Ministrations: An Imaginal Journey through Crisis (Chiron, 2012), Dr. Tauber will introduce her particular way of painting — a “soul-making” in the face of acute loss of soul.  It may be regarded as an example of Jung’s process of active imagination. Contemplating the symbolism in the series of the seventeen paintings depicted in the book, the focus will be on the archetypal divine feminine.  

Course objectives:

  • Become familiar with the basic tenets of Jung’s process of “active imagination”

  • Explore how active imagination can activate and respond to the energetic field of “soul,” as observed in synchronistic events.

  • Better understand the archetypal divine feminine

Marianne Tauber, LMFT, earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Born and raised in Switzerland, she married into a family that had experienced a deep and enduring friendship with C.G. Jung, starting in the late 1940s. For some years now, Dr. Tauber has been working on the translation of her mother-in-law’s journal that chronicles her encounters with Jung.

TIME

3 - 4 pm  Registration and social gathering

4 - 6 pm  Lecture

Space may be limited.  Early arrival is recommended

PLACE

St. Wilfrid of York Episcopal Church

Huntington Beach, CA

Map and Directions

REGISTRATION FEES

Pre-Paid Registration and Form

    $15 members

    $25 non-members

Refunds normally require 48 hours notice.

At the door:

    $20 members

    $30 non-members

                           CEUs

This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit
for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs
$15 payable at the door.  
CEU certificates will be awarded by mail upon full completion of the program.  For more information about the awarding of continuing education units, visit our CEU web page. 

C.G. Jung Club of Orange County    PO Box 1812   Orange, CA 92856   714-964-5741    mail@junginoc.org