Experiences of God in the Individuation Process (Part 1 & 2): A True Story, with Diane Croft


Event Details

This event is running from 15 October 2021 until 22 October 2021. It is next occurring on October 15, 2021 7:00 pm

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PART 1

Friday, October 15th, 2021
7 pm – 9 pm EST via Zoom
Cost: $30

This presentation (in two parts) explores Jung’s belief that the psyche is, by nature, religious. “Religion,” wrote Jung, “in the sense of conscientious regard for the irrational factors of the psyche and of individual fate.”

Credit: The Annunciation by Henry Ossawa Tanner

Diane Croft will share the religious symbolism that emerged, unexpectedly, during her own three-year encounter with a numinous Presence that felt both otherworldly and intimate. She explains, “Even though I do not practice a religion, God and religious themes showed up vividly in my encounter with the depths. I wondered why? Jung helped me answer that question.”

Both presentations will use examples from the Old and New Testaments as reflections of inner processes of transformation. “Is it not time,” wrote Jung in The Undiscovered Self, “that Christian mythology, instead of being wiped out, was understood symbolically for once.”

PART 2

Friday, October 22nd, 2021
7 pm – 9 pm EST via Zoom
Cost: $30

This presentation is a continuation of a lecture given October 15th (Part 1) on the presence of God in the individuation process. It explores Jung’s belief that the psyche is, by nature, religious. “Religion,” wrote Jung, “in the sense of conscientious regard for the irrational factors of the psyche and of individual fate.”

Diane Croft will share the religious symbolism that emerged, unexpectedly, during her own three-year encounter with a numinous Presence that felt both otherworldly and intimate. She will use examples from the Old and New Testaments as reflections of inner processes of transformation. “Is it not time”, wrote Jung in The Undiscovered Self, “that Christian mythology, instead of being wiped out, was understood symbolically for once.”

 

Diane Croft, EdM, is a graduate of Wittenberg and Harvard University. She spent most of her career as a vice president at National Braille Press in Boston. For three years, Diane had access to an invisible, archetypal realm, which she describes in her book The Unseen Partner: Love & Longing in the Unconscious, winner of five national book awards. A review in Quadrant: Journal for Analytical Psychology described it as “an extraordinary book, comparable in many ways to the Red Book of C. G. Jung.”

 

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