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Jung's RED BOOK & Active Imagination with Becca Tarnas

June 09, 2021, 7:30 p.m.

Jung's RED BOOK in Participatory Relationship with Archetypes


Becca will be presenting on Jung’s Red Book, and how the active imagination fantasies Jung experienced can be understood as a co-creation of the human faculty of imagination in participatory relationship with the archetypes of the collective unconscious.

A ZOOM WEBINAR - Tickets at Eventbrite $15 Members, $20 Non-Member


Crisis as Alchemical Vessel with Joel Kroeker

April 30, 2021, 7:30 p.m.

In many ways, we are currently living in difficult times. Many of us are struggling to make sense of these confusing and disorienting experiences. These tremendous conflicts (both inner and outer, individual and collective) can be seen as the focus of Jung's final work entitled, "Mysterium Coniunctionis" (CW 14), which Edinger called "an anatomy book for the psyche." Here Jung draws on the richly symbolic world of Alchemy as the "great collective dream of our ancestors" to offer a path through the clashing opposites of longing, fear, desire, loss, isolation and forced adaptation.


Please join us for this timely exploration, as we dare to ask, how can even these difficult times contribute to the necessary confrontation with the greater personality and its drive toward actualized wholeness.


A ZOOM WEBINAR - Tickets at Eventbrite $15 Members, $20 Non-Member


Soil and Soul: Reanimating a Desecrated World

March 19, 2021, 7:30 p.m.

From strip malls to depleted soils, the consequences of deanimating the world are all around us. For most of human history, our species lived in an animate world, a world in which mountains, trees and rivers were imbued with sentience and inherent value.

Over the past five millennia, humanity has undergone an profound and accelerating shift in consciousness. Our capacity for abstract, rational thinking has developed to an astonishing degree, yet the cost of this psychological evolution is becoming glaringly apparent: acquiring such an anthropocentric objective consciousness required turning the world itself into a collection of objects, draining the land and its other-than-human inhabitants of what we might call “soul”.


This talk, with Charles Morse, is about re-animating our world, drawing inspiration from agrarians, poets, architects and activists to consciously and creatively participate in breathing soul back into the world and into our lives.


A ZOOM WEBINAR - Tickets at Eventbrite $15 Members, $20 Non-Member


Dream Salon with Diane Greig

February 19, 2021, 7:30 p.m.

Bring a dream, dream image or a symbol that reflects your connection to nature, for instance, a feather, waterfall photo or stone.  We will begin with an exercise to bring us into circle. Then I’ll review the dream sharing process using a modified Montague Ullman approach. You will learn to dream share either by presenting your dream/image/symbol or by responding to another person’s dream/image/symbol. Although we may only have time for 2 dreams, we will-free associate with as many dream images/symbols as possible before leaving the circle.


Space is limited to 20; a waiting list is available. Session will be 1.5 hours. Due to the establishment of the alchemical dream sharing flask, no latecomers will be invited in once the session begins.

For information about Diane, please visit:


A ZOOM WEBINAR - Tickets at Eventbrite $15 Members, $20 Non-Member


Annual General Meeting via Zoom

December 4, 2020, 7:30 p.m. 

On December 4th, at 7:30 pm, we will be holding our 2020 AGM as a Zoom Meeting online in accordance with B.C. Provincial Health Guidelines. 


  • Prior to the scheduled meeting, you will be provided with a MEETING ID and password to grant you access. You will receive an email with a link that you can click on at the start of the meeting and it will direct you to the meeting.

  • A computer is not necessary to attend a zoom meeting as we will also provide a dial-in number for those who wish to attend via telephone. For those who have not used zoom before, instructions are attached for how to download and access zoom, as well as to outline the virtual meeting protocol. In case you are not able to attend the meeting via virtual conferencing, please contact the society and we will provide you with information how to vote via proxy.

AGM Details

AGM Agenda

Zoom How-To Instructions

Ministerial Order


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Is Gender Passé? Trans-Non-binary Self and the Gender Complex 

November 6, 2020, 7:30 p.m.

A presentation by Phyllis Marie Jensen, Ph.D, AP, a Jungian psychoanalyst (ISAP Zurich) and Art and Sandplay therapist in Vancouver. Dr. Jensen will address the confusing and sometimes conflicted issue of gender through a Jungian lens.


A ZOOM WEBINAR - Tickets at Eventbrite $10 Members, $15 Non-Member


When you buy your ticket, you will receive the link to the Zoom Webinar and get a passcode. Please join us for the society's first webinar experience!


The Summons of the Soul – A Conversation with James Hollis. POSTPONED - please check back later for updates about this and future events.

March 27, 2020, 7:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Please join us for the screening of this documentary film in which Jungian psychoanalyst, James Hollis, explores what it means to escape the orbit of one's background and cultural conditioning in order to express one's own uniqueness. In this long interview about the true nature of personal growth and change James shares some of the transformational experiences and milestones from his own life.

Q&A afterwards facilitated by Pohsuan Zaide, PhD


Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut Street

Tickets at the door: $15 Members $20 Non-Members

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Jung And Ravenna - The Red Book, Visioning, Rebirth

January 31, 2020, 7:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Please join us for Dr. Daniela Boccassini's presentation of Jung's encounters with the rich images of Ravenna, Italy, and the insights he derived from those experiences. We will be given glimpses into processes that would later influence Jung's pictorial techniques in The Red Book, as well as his most precious insight that within the image lies great transformative power.


Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut Street

Tickets at the door: $15 Members $20 Non-Members

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