Upcoming JACO Programs
Sponsored by The C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio
You may register for a program by using the form
at JACO Registration
or by calling 614.291.8050.
See also our SECOND SATURDAYS page.
Images of Inner Wisdom:
Enlisting the Power of Active Imagination for Individuation
Presented by: Karen H. Keefer
Friday Lecture: Focus on Feeling
After a tour of the Feeling function, the process by which we know what matters to ourselves and others, Karen takes us on a guided imagery journey to elicit a spontaneous symbol for Feeling. Each imager is guided to observe and interact with the image, creating a relationship with it. Following the return to ordinary consciousness, we will discuss how to draw on the symbol, as an inner friend and resource, for more conscious and effective expression of Feeling.
Saturday Workshop: The Type Imagery Journey
For those who wish a further experience of type imagery, and for those who may be interested in using this technique with others, Karen offers an in-depth workshop. We will cover the origins, underlying assumptions, and structure of the type imagery process; the role of the guide; the symbolic meaning of different settings; and how to help an imager relate to an image and interpret its meaning. Karen will demonstrate how to guide a person in a oneon- one setting, and participants will have an opportunity to work in pairs to practice guiding one another.
See flier for details
Jungian Studies Seminar
Presented by: Janice Bachman
Three Session Workshop
This three-session workshop is designed for those who want to learn more about the unconscious and how to explore their own dreams. Robert Johnson’s book, Inner Work, will be used as a foundation for discussion. The content of this book will enable each participant to search the hidden depths of their own unconscious to find the extraordinary strengths and resources that wait to be discovered there.
Robert Johnson, noted author and Jungian analyst, shows how working with our dreams and active imagination can integrate our conscious and unconscious selves, leading us to wholeness and a more satisfying life.
Janice Bachman is a Jungian Analyst, Spiritual Director and Retreat Director. She received her diploma from the Ontario Assn. of Jungian Analysts (Toronto). She is on the summer faculty at Creighton University, Omaha, NE, where she teaches in the Graduate program in Christian Spirituality. She is in private practice in Columbus.
See flier for details
Mark Your Calendar
|May 9, 16 & 23, 2013
6:30pm - 8:30pm
|New Jungian Study Series
Robert Johnson's book "Inner Work"
Facilitated by: Janice Bachman, Jungian Analyst
First Community Church South, Guild Room
See Flier for Details
|September 7, 2013
9:30am - 12:30pm
Presented by: Carol Jones Hughes, LPCC
|November 8 & 9, 2013
||Donald Kalsched, Bollingen Lecturer
Loss of The Soul and Its Recovery and Redemption
First Community Church, North
Friday morning, Jungian Seminar
Friday evening, Lecture