Dear Friends of The C.G. Jung Society of Vermont,
The society's Garden Party this past June, held at Chessie Stevenson's lovely country home in Waitsfield, was a big success. Although the day was cloudy and gray, and sporadic showers prevented us from gathering out of doors in her spacious garden, the twenty or so of us who made the trek up Brook Road, had a very cheery time. Old friends reconnected and new friends were made as mingling guests nibbled their way through an elegant array of finger foods and sipped from a selection of fine wine. The time went much too quickly that evening.... Perhaps next year?
This summer edition of Jung in Vermont presents two essays by Sue Mehrtens. The first, entitled Jung and the Social Implications of Individuation, explores the collective aspect of Individuation. The second, Jung on Adult Education, or Why The Jungian Center, introduces us to the motivation behind Sue's founding of her non-profit center in Waterbury.
Next under the heading Calendar of Events Fall 2010 / Winter 2011, information on two film screens is provided: The World Within: C.G. Jung in His Own Words (November 2010) and Thomas Berry - The Great Story: The Life and Work of the Famous Eco-Theologian (January 2011). As a reminder, email flyers for these two films will be sent out closer to their screening dates.
We wrap up this edition of the e-journal with The Assisi Institute's fall program found under the heading News From... The Assisi Institute.
As always we'd love to hear from you with comments about our publication, suggestions for future editions, society programs and the like. And remember, members are invited to contribute.
With best regards,
Stephanie Buck, Editor
JunginVermont, The e-journal of The C.G. Jung Society of Vermont
Contact: 802-860-4921 or JunginVermont@Burlingtontelecom.net