Dear Friends of The C.G. Jung Society of Vermont,
It's February 1st and this second month of the new year is living up to is reputation as being the month of snow and ice. As temperatures dip well below the freezing mark, there is little that entices me away from the warmth and cheer of my home, and the quiet of an interior life. Perhaps you are the same? What does and will get me out to brave the frigid temperatures, chill north wind and winter snow, are the monthly society events scheduled January through May this year. This past January Luanne Sberna presented on Body and Archetype using both lecture format and experiential exercises to ground her work. Luanne kindly is allowing us to publish her lecture and it appears in the Clinical Perspectives section.
Regarding society events, the next one, scheduled for February 7th, is a film screening and discussion on two films in the film series entitled Carl Gustav Jung: Wisdom of the Dream. Each film is approximately 50 min. in length and time will be made for discussion at the end of each film. A reception and refreshments will be provided during a break mid-way through. As with all society events (unless otherwise noted) it is free and open to the public. For more information on Wisdom of the Dream and to see the Calendar of Events 2010, go to the Calendar of Events 2010 section.
For other Jungian events, go to News From... Assisi Institute to access its 2010 Program Calendar.
Sue Mehrtens continues her four-part essay on Components of Individuation: Internalizing a Locus of Security and this concluding installment is to be found in Essays.
We round out our publication with a poem by Barbara Darshan, Like Sliding in Mud.
As always we invite members to submit their Jungian and Jungian-oriented material for possible publication in the e-journal Jung in Vermont. To become a member and to learn more about us, log onto the society website at http://JunginVermont.org/
Stephanie Buck, Editor
802-860-4921 or JunginVermont@Burlingtontelecom.net