Feb 15 2024


7:30 pm

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 15 2024
  • Time: 2:30 pm


Catherine Hinds




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Essex Church
Essex Church (Kensington Unitarians), 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, London W8 4RT, UK


020 8343 3387
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The Club was founded in 1922 by close associates of Carl Gustav Jung and continues today, building a community that explores Jung's ideas and concepts.Thursday Lectures offer a relaxed and informal way to listen to a variety of speakers covering a broad spectrum of subjects that intersect through Jungian Psychology.Saturday & Weekend Seminars offer an opportunity to delve deeper into particular themes and subjects.Reading Groups are seen to be the heart of the Club and provide an opportunity to experience close reading and analysis of Jungian texts, fairy tales, and the Red Book.Various other Jung Club Small Groups (Reading Groups, Art Making Group, Film Viewing Group, and Embodied Jung) provide opportunities to get involved in a number of diverse activities.Faye Pye Grass Root Seminars are a series of seminars that introduce the basic concepts of Jungian Analytical Psychology. They are invaluable to those encountering Jung for the first time, as well as to those who have experienced years of analysis.The Harvest journal is published annually by the Club and can be received as part of Club membership or by subscription.The Club Library contains a diverse collection of around 2000 books, journals, notes, and articles. It also has a collection of compact-cassettes with recordings of lectures given at the club dating back to the late 1960s.The Club hosts an exciting number of lectures and events throughout the year and full details can be found in the links above.Through various associations with other well known Jungian organisations, we are happy to advertise other interesting events that are taking place outside of the Jung Club. Details for those events can be found here.

‘No Man is an Island’: Interconnection – John Donne, C G Jung and Analytical Psychotherapy

“No man is an island, entire of itself, every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.” This well-known quotation comes from one of the sermons delivered by the 16th Century metaphysical poet and cleric John Donne. In this talk I will look at the interconnection between Donne’s work, and Jung’s analytical psychology which he developed in the first half of the 20th Century. Donne emphasises that we are all profoundly interconnected. Jung believed that we cannot individuate alone and that we need relationships to become more whole. Donne and Jung were centuries apart but there is considerable common ground and much in Donne’s writing that has relevance for psychotherapy today.

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