The May 20th Jung Society Friends’ Night was very meaningful for those attending. Julie Schulte led the group by speaking about the book that drew her to Jung at a critical period in her life, and others followed, sharing their books and the times in their lives when they experienced crucial stepping stones toward Jungian consciousness and the St. Louis Jung Society. Everyone seemed to appreciate the open hearted evening of shared stories and delicious refreshments. Rose Holt was recognized for her many years of service as analyst advisor to the Jung Society board of directors and for all that she has contributed and generated. She was honored with a perennial scholarship in her name to the Jung in the Heartland Conference and a gift certificate to her favorite restaurant. It had to be a surprise, as Rose does not like to be the focus on attention! Many people expressed the profound effects they have experienced in knowing Rose and being encouraged by her belief in them. Be sure to become a Friend or keep your Friend’s subscription current to be included in next year’s festive gathering!
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