The Lakota Vision Quest:
Initiation and 

Lecture Presented by
Dyane N. Sherwood, Ph.D.

Friday, March 13
7 – 9:30 PM 

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Workshop Facilitated by
Dyane N. Sherwood, Ph.D.

Saturday, March 14
9 AM – 3 PM

Mature Spirituality: Engaging with the Mystery
James Hollis Jungian LecturerLecture Presented by
James Hollis, Ph.D.
Friday, May 1
7 – 9:30 PM 

For more information about either of our May 2020 Hollis events, click on the event’s title.

Portraits in Pathology

Dead tree by seashore unsplash @kirillz

Workshop Presented by
James Hollis, Ph.D. 

Saturday, May 2
9 AM – 1 PM 


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Jung in the Heartland 2019 Conference: Myth, Meaning, and the Infinite

The first weekend in October, over 70 participants from diverse fields gathered for the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis’s Jung in the Heartland Conference on Myth, Meaning, and the Infinite. This year marked the Society’s sixth biennial conference, which provided interaction with outstanding faculty and varied experiential offerings. Throughout the weekend, meaning unfolded through presentations, music, dialogue, art, dream work, poetry, massage, yoga, and ritual. Jung in the Heartland Faculty: Jungian Analyst Patricia Berry and Author Thomas Moore The…

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Donald Kalsched: Glimpses Through the Veil

Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst, and Clinical Psychologist, led a May 17-19th lecture, workshop, and colloquium during which he and attendees explored the ideas of restoring the lost soul to the body and the relationship between trauma, paranormal experiences, and synchronicity. Donald shared anecdotes from his practice, analyses of art and literature, and teachings from his book Trauma and the Soul (Routledge, 2013). Much of Saturday’s discussion centered around early childhood experiences of trauma that eclipse access to or understanding…

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Answer to Joe Play Production by Rick Vaughn

The C. G. Jung Society produced its second play, Answer to Joe in March, 2019.  The play is loosely based on Jung’s book Answer to Job, and deals with the same themes—the nature of God, the reality of the divine versus an individual’s image of it, and the psychological implications of an individual’s often unconscious god-image.  Though these are deeply serious topics, the play presented them in modern understandable dress and treated them with considerable humor. Rick Vaughn, author of…

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Sheldon Culver: Jung’s Typology, a Way to Explore Ourselves

Sheldon Culver, M. Div. and Jungian Analyst, led a February 22-23rd lecture and workshop focusing on how Jungian typology gives us a tool for understanding ourselves and others. On Saturday, Sheldon focused how our inferior function can both get in our way or give us a way to develop. This Inferior Function (a.k.a. the fourth function) is our “least gift” and causes the most trouble in our relationships. We looked at how it operates, the contexts in which it becomes…

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