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Located within the Unceded Ancestral Territories of the xwməθkwəy̓ əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations
- Sold OutTime is TBDRoundhouse TheatreA film by Catherine McGilvray. Q&A with Carlo Testa.
- RSVP ClosedSat, May 27Zoom MeetingThrough researching the layered cultural aspects of WW2 undercover women agents' stories we can magnify and unveil western cultural shadow and its projections. We can peel away some of our enculturated and assimilated lenses via authentic narratives bringing them into conscious dialogue.
- RSVP ClosedFri, Apr 21Zoom MeetingHow do we Meet this Moment? Ecological crises are challenging both the world, and our view of it. The climate emergency in particular calls for a development of new understandings …
- RSVP ClosedSat, Feb 18Cosmology & KinshipModern technological society suffered a catastrophic loss of soul with the abandonment of active, creative Imagination as a source of knowledge. … We see the results of this all around us. …
- RSVP ClosedSat, Oct 22Zoom Event - 9:30am | WorkshopSaturday Series workshop with Melinda Powell. "When we become lucid in a dream, what is it we wake up to?"
- RSVP ClosedFri, Jun 10Zoom MeetingAt the Roots of Jung's Alchemy: The RED BOOK's Alchemical Quaternion presented by Daniela BoccassiniIt is a well-known fact that Jung decided to devote himself to a systematic study of the European alchemical tradition at the beginning of the 1930s. … (via Zoom)
- RSVP ClosedFri, May 20Zoom MeetingThe ancient myth of Demeter and Persephone is an enduring tale of loss and return. Through the events and figures of the tale we will attempt to understand our individual abductions as well as the widespread loss of the feminine in our world. (via Zoom)
- RSVP ClosedSat, Mar 19Saturday Seminar Series on ZoomThe collective cannot think about the unthinkable … that the planet may be dying. But to think the unthinkable allows what does not have a home to find a home. Then it will not happen the same way as it might have done … Perhaps …
- RSVP ClosedTue, Feb 22Changing of the Gods - Viewing + DiscussionAre you interested in viewing As Above | So Below ? Join us … and sign up for series information FREE at – changingofthegods.com/ Richard Tarnas wrote Cosmos and Psyche (2007) which is well respected in Jungian and astrological circles. He also wrote Passion of the Western Mind (1993).
- RSVP ClosedFri, Jan 21Zoom Meeting“Nobody can afford to look around and to wait for somebody else to do what he is loath to do himself. But since nobody seems to know what to do . . . ”
- Sold OutSat, Dec 04Zoom MeetingThree portraits in poetry will serve as the springboard for our conversation … by witnessing the struggles of others, we gain pointers, insights, even strategies …
- RSVP ClosedFri, Nov 12Zoom MeetingGrowing down into our Mythological Roots – As we engage our personal and collective narrative - our myth - as if it and we are dreaming processes...
- RSVP ClosedFri, Oct 22Zoom MeetingTaking Jung Personally - Writing Psyche's Story, A presentation by Marlene Schiwy
- RSVP ClosedFri, Sept 24Zoom MeetingJung Society of Vancouver's Film Night Presentation: The Analyst and the Rabbi
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