Jung initially rejected the invitation to write Man and His Symbols, whose intention was to make Jungian psychology understandable to a general audience, but a dream convinced him otherwise. In his dream, he speaks to a multitude of enthralled people who understand everything he says. In this presentation on Chapter 1 of Man and His Symbols, “Approaching the…See More
Join us as we enter the world of Frankenstein and the Act of Creation from both a psychological and theatrical perspective. We will explore the intentions and obstacles of the characters in the Frankenstein story in order to begin to better understand ourselves. We will examine the process of creating a production, and how this work reflects what it means to be human in an increasingly technology-obsessed world, lacking in adequate human relatedness. Come prepared to participate, learn, engage,…See More
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