Upcoming Events

    01 Sep 2021, 00:01 – 31 Aug 2022, 23:59
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    01 Sept to 31 Aug 2022: Approved upon receipt of proof of Student ID: Student ID card, academic email address, and a letter from Course administration confirming your status on a credit-bearing course of study at degree, diploma level or higher.
    01 Sep 2021, 00:01 – 31 Aug 2022, 23:59
    Internet Access necessary for Zoom Events
    Extends from 01 Sept 2021 to 31 Aug 2022 (£20) The Cambridge Jungian Circle offers an Affiliate membership for those who are not easily able to join meetings in Cambridge but wish to join the CJC Community. It confers all the advantages of Full Membership except free attendance at Plenaries.
    01 Sep 2021, 00:01 BST – 31 Aug 2022, 23:59 BST
    Internet Access is currently essential !
    This is a Full subscription to the Cambridge Jungian Circle. It gives free access to Plenaries during this period as well as access to the AGM in June. It also confers a reduced cost entitlement to any workshops which we may run.
  • "RED" BOOK SYMPHONY: Susannah Self
    17 Sep, 19:30 – 21:30 BST
    Cambridge Jungian Circle ZOOM Event
    RED: A musical response to The Red Book One of my lock down projects has been to compose RED, my 5th symphony inspired by The Red Book in concert with painting a series of 4 large canvases. Like the composer Schoenberg, I thrive on this syncretic interface.
  • CLIMATE CHANGE: Anne Baring
    15 Oct, 19:30 – 21:00 BST
    Cambridge Jungian Circle ZOOM Event UK
    THE GREAT CHALLENGE OF OUR TIME : As a Jungian analyst and a historian, I would like to offer an archetypal overview of why the current crisis may have come into being; showing when, where and how the masculine and feminine archetypes – reflected in the image of a God or Goddess –
  • CJC Zoom Event: RACIAL PERSPECTIVES: Dwight Turner
    26 Nov, 19:30 – 21:00 GMT
    Cambridge Jungian Circle ZOOM Event
    ACTIVE IMAGINATION, DREAMS, and SHADOW: We will explore the internalised experience of privilege and otherness and of internalised racism, sexism and and homophobia, etc... especially through the language of dreams. https://research.brighton.ac.uk/en/persons/dwight-turner/fingerprints/
    Time is TBD
    Cambridge Jungian Circle Webinar UK
    Is there a place left in psychology for Sophia and Feminine Wisdom? Two thousand years ago, at the beginning of the current epoch, a story of Logos and Sophia became the primal myth for a new age. The story appeared first in Jewish Wisdom literature. http://gnosis.org/Lance-Owens.html
  • CHILDHOOD TRAUMA: Donald Kalsched
    Time is TBD
    Cambridge Jungian Circle Webinar UK
    Donald Kalsched is a Clinical Psychologist and Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Author of two books: The Inner World of Trauma; Archetypal Defenses of the Personal Spirit, and Trauma and the Soul; a Psycho-Spiritual Approach to Human Development and its Inter
  • CENTRAL PARK CITY: Lorna McNeur, Urban Analyst
    Time is TBD
    CJC Webinar UK (Possibly live too)
    ACTIVE IMAGINATION and the ALCHEMY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE Manhattan is an island that has Central Park at its geographical centre. Central Park is an oasis in the midst of the urban extreme of New York City. As a mirror of the city, Central Park holds secrets , about ways of healing NYC
    Time is TBD
    CJC ZOOM EVENT (Maybe Live too - depending)
    RACIAL HYBRIDITY: This Talk explores some possible contributions analytical psychology may make to theorising racial hybridity. In particular, Lu critically reflects on his hopes, fears, and fantasies that have arisen with the birth of his multiracial children, which may in turn act as a springboard