Jung and The East

A Presentation by Anne Di Lauro

Thursday February 2, 2017  7.30-9.30
The Quaker House, 10 Hampson Street
Kelvin Grove (park on Prospect Terrace)
Members and Concession: $10, Non-members $15

Chinese Woodcut; Daoist Alchemy (13) by permission, Wellcome L0038983

Chinese Woodcut; Daoist Alchemy (13) by permission, Wellcome L0038983

In pursuit of his idea of the Collective Unconscious, Carl Jung studied the myths and religions of both Western and Eastern civilisations.  He concluded that the goal of psychological maturity and striving towards wholeness, which he termed “Individuation”, unites both West and East. This talk will be an introduction to Jung’s writings on Buddhism, Yoga and the great Chinese texts “The Secret of the Golden Flower” and the “I Ching”.

 

 

Anne Di Lauro has been immersed in the study of Jungian psychology for many decades. She is a psychotherapist working from a Jungian perspective, a former president of the C.G. Jung Society of Queensland and has been practising yoga for 24 years.