The Black Madonna: Origins, Power, Mystery, and Healing, with Mariann Burke, M.A.

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With the closing section of the Babylonian myth, “Eneuma Elish, and the change from Mother Goddess to Father God, we will reflect on the meaning of wholeness as Jung’s “union of opposites:” spirit/matter, shadow/ego, masculine/feminine, etc. as we view images of the Dark Feminine in the Black Madonna, including Einsiedeln, Dijon, Chartres, Rocamadour and others. 

We will attempt to tease out meanings of black (e.g.. Rothko) and why, through the ages, millions have been drawn to visit these shrines. Can the image speak to us today in our quest for unity and wholeness both personal and in the collective?


Sunday, October 25th, 2020
1:00pm to 3:30pm EST, via Zoom
Cost: $45


Mariann Burke, MA., IAAP, is a graduate the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich. She is the author of Re-Imagining Mary: A Journey through Art to the Feminine Self and Advent and Psychic Birth. Until recently she has had a practice in Boston and has been on the faculty of C.G. Jung Institute, Boston.


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