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Friday Evening Lecture:

C.G. Jung on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola


April 7, 2017 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.


Marilyn Hammond, Ph.D.


St. Thomas Episcopal Church,Inwood at Mockingbird

$20.00 non-members (wine and cheese reception)

In Memories, Dreams, Reflections Jung tells that his "first conscious trauma" was at the age of three or four, playing in sand on the road in front of the house, when he saw a Jesuit priest coming down the road. Terrified, young Jung ran into the house, hid in the attic, and stayed indoors for days. We'll talk about why he was so frightened.

Sixty years later Jung gave lectures on the 400-year-old Spiritual Exercises developed by Ignatius, founder of the Jesuits (The Society of Jesus), for Jung found agreement between his "active imagination" and Ignatius's use of the imagination with gospel stories for personal discernment and transformation.

Saturday Workshop

Masterpiece of Wholeness: Animus—Anima


April 8, 2017 9:30 a.m. – noon


Marilyn Hammond, Ph.D

Location: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Inwood at Mockingbird

non-members (coffee and rolls provided)

Dr. Jung said understanding the contrasexual (characteristics of the opposite gender) in one's own psyche is the masterpiece in personality transformation. The workshop will include making a möbius band (strip) as a visual and tactile aid for discerning the psychological feminine and masculine. Then, ambiguous picture cards will be used to further elaborate this aspect of the psyche. Please bring pen and paper.

Marilyn Hammond, Ph.D., is retired after teaching psychology courses for many years at  Brookhaven College in Dallas. Presently she is teaching a non-credit course on dreams at Brookhaven for those age 50+. She continues as a longtime member of the C.G. Jung Society of North Texas board of directors.


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