Location: St Laurence Anglican Church
Date: Friday, April 28th 7pm - 9pm
This lecture will explore the vital role of emotion in the journey of individuation – focusing on the instinctual survival emotions. The lecture begins with a brief synopsis of the assigned role and importance of emotion throughout history,
Judith will then look at Carl Jung’s research and writing on emotion, including the association experiment, complex theory and archetypal energy. The remainder of the lecture will focus on the six survival emotions – fear, anger, disgust, surprise, sorrow and joy, describing each in more detail and their role in consciously becoming oneself.
Please note, tickets purchased here are for the lecture only. There are 14 places available for the workshop. If there are any tickets left for the workshop, those who attend the lecture only will have the opportunity to purchase workshop tickets for a further $90 on the night. If you wish to purchase tickets for the lecture and workshop, you can do so here.
About the Speaker
Judith Slimmon is a Jungian Analyst who graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich in 2001. She worked in private practice in Calgary, Alberta for the next 14 years. Judith has lectured across Canada and in Europe. She has also been part of the training faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado. In 2015 Judith moved to beautiful Victoria where she maintains private practice and pursues her avocation as a painter and pianist.
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