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Friday Evening Lecture

Anima Mundi in the Iconographic Symbolism of the Book of Kells, Seen Through the Prism of Jung’s Red Book

Date: March 10, 2017  7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Presenter: Donna Cozort, Ph.D.
Location: St. Thomas Episcopal Church,Inwood at Mockingbird

$20.00 non-members (wine and cheese reception)

The tenets of Western Christianity, which were closing in on the more fluid feminine values of the old Celtic world, served the monks who created The Book of Kells as an unwitting vessel for characters and images from their Druid and Celtic ancestry. This linked them, in turn, with the anima mundi, or world soul—the shared unconscious terrain of the earliest humans. We will look at representative illustrations from that book in light of the mandalas created by C.G. Jung in his own interior journey recorded in the Red Book.

Saturday Workshop

Reconnecting to Anima Mundi (World Soul) 

Date: March 11, 2017 9:30 a.m.– noon

Donna Cozort, Ph.D.

Location: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Inwood at Mockingbird

$40.00 non-members (coffee and rolls provided)

In an enactment of an ancient Arthurian tale, participants will feel, identify, and re-connect to the wounded feminine. Participants may choose to observe or volunteer to enact the tale of "King Arthur, Gawain, and the Old Witch." The enactment will be followed by role play interactions and psychodrama applying universal themes to individual situations and reactions. Workshop  participants will gain an increased awareness of the wounded feminine both in our culture and within their own psyches and thus gain  insight into the need for increasing feminine values within our world today.

Donna Cozort is a practicing clinical psychologist and Jungian Analyst in Dallas. She is an international lecturer and a published author whose recent work, Anima Mundi in the Iconographic Symbolism of the Book of Kells is soon to be published by IAAP. Dr. Cozort is a diplomate of the C.G Jung Institute of Zurich, and a training analyst for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the Texas Seminar where she served as Director of Training. She is the professional sponsor of the C.G.Jung Society of North Texas and a member of the Dallas Jung Institute, AGAP, and IAAP.


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