Join us from Thursday, March 16th to Friday, March 24th for this March Intensive Week featuring two lectures and a three-day dream workshop from Jungian Analyst David Pressault.

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Members: $150 (early-bird), $175 Regular

Non-members: $225

A note on membership: If you are considering joining us for the March Intensive Week and are not yet a member, a $55 membership will save you $75 if you buy an early-bird ticket.

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Lecture 1: Persona and the Call Within

Date: Thursday, March 16th: 7pm – 9pm

Location: St Laurence Anglican Church

Sculpture by David Altmejd

Persona is a relatively easy jungian concept to understand. Nevertheless, to acquire a conscious sense of its scope and impact on our life is a process that goes beyond intellectual understanding. Then, to disidentify ourselves from Persona and transform our social mask to a functional, flexible aspect of our personality is a lifelong undertaking. However, if we neglect differentiating persona and self, we risk never understanding who we really are and finding our place in the world. 

3-Part Workshop: Exploration into the symbolic language of Dreams

Dates and Location: 

Saturday, March 18th: 7pm – 9pm – St Laurence Anglican Church

Monday, March 20th: 7pm – 9pm – Zoom

Wednesday, March 22nd: 7pm – 9pm – Zoom

Floating World Series: Cosmos and Tsunami, Gareth Bate

Dreams speak to us at night and shed light on what we miss and can’t see during the day. Its language escapes us and so often we lose the thread that was so clear the night before, we forget. Although elusive and enigmatic dreams speak of what is kept most secret and intimate about who we are. The Dream is the royal road to soul.

In this 3-part course we will look at C. G. Jung’s way of working with dreams and some of his findings on their symbolic language. Also, we’ll apply some of these findings and consider how one can cultivate a dream journal and gain some insight into one’s unconscious. Then, we’ll practice on different dreams and try to get a grasp at what it’s like to honor and interpret a dream. 

Lecture 2: Creativity, Freedom & Our Parental Complexes

Date: Friday, March 24th: 7pm – 9pm

Location: St Laurence Anglican Church

Family Group by Celia Paul 

The freedom to create seems to be a minefield of complexes, especially, parental complexes. We will identify some of the particularities of parental complexes and inquire how and why they seem to wait around the corner and get in the way when we are about to be creative or free. 

David will outline in a short presentation, aspects of parental complexes and their effects on creativity and freedom. Then we will open up the discussion and examine how these complexes can be identified and worked with personally.

David Pressault

David is a Jungian analysis with a strong background in the Arts. He developed a relationship to the unconscious through the art form of contemporary dance. He was a professional dancer and choreographer for 20 year. In 2005, he retired from the stage as a dancer and began a Masters in dance at UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal). The following year, he began his training in Analytical Psychology at the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts and graduated in February 2012. Since then he has worked in private practice and offered supervision.

David’s fields of interest include art, finding one’s creative nature, the individuation process as an embodied and lived reality and the exploration and interpretation of dreams.

  1. December 1, 2016

    Hi – can you tell me when the following courses will run gain? Thanks!
    Archetypes and Complexes
    Ego and Self
    Persona and Shadow
    Anima and Animus

    • January 4, 2017

      Hi Claire,
      we usually run them once a year basis. We are still working on setting up events for the 2017-2018 year. The new events should be up this summer so please check on our website to see if the events are up at that time.
      Thank you so much for your interest in our classes.

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