Upcoming Events

  • Lorna McNeur 'Soul of the City: Journey to the Centre, when Central Park Heals New York City'
    Membership Offer
    20 May, 19:30 – 21:30 BST
    Cambridge Jungian Circle Zoom Event
    Through the journey of the alchemy of art & architecture, and active imagination, we see how the journey of this island city, is symbolic of the journey of individuation and the discovery of Self. Presentation will be in storytelling format with videos.
  • AGM: Cambridge Jungian Circle zoom meeting
    17 Jun, 19:30 – 21:00 BST
    Cambridge Jungian Circle zoom meeting
    Information to follow
  • Jason Whittaker: "Jung, Frye, and William Blake: Creativity and the Unconscious"
    16 Sept, 19:30 – 21:30 BST
    Cambridge Jungian Circle zoom Event
    William Blake, one of the first figures in western art and literature to have invented his own mythology, has long been appreciated by Jungian commentators and psychotherapists as an artist working in the tradition of archetypes. Jung's own relationship to the work of Blake was more complex:
  • Kayleen Asbo: The Black Madonna (text to follow)
    07 Oct, 19:30 – 21:30 BST
    Cambridge, Hartington Grove, Cambridge, UK
  • Fanny Brewster: Racial Legacies: Jung, Politics and Culture (Tickets not yet on sale)
    18 Nov, 19:30 – 21:30 GMT
    Cambridge Jungian Circle Zoom Event
    Dr Brewster will discuss her new book, recently published with Helen Morgan, in January 2022. TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED IN SEPT 2022.
  • Andy McCormack - ‘History, Tragedy, Comedy, Futurity: Drama and Jungian Theories of Childhood, Contemporary Fiction’
    20 Jan 2023, 19:30 – 21:30 GMT
    Cambridge Venue & Zoom, Hartington Grove, Cambridge, UK
    McCormack builds upon new ways of ‘doing’ Jungian literary criticism by exploring how Jungian concepts have become embedded in contemporary fiction. Moving away from an analysis of the monomyth or hero’s journey template ... this talk focusses on Jungian concepts ... and neglected (see more below)
  • SATURDAY WORKSHOP: Dwight Turner: Dreams (text to follow)
    04 Feb 2023, 14:00 – 17:00 GMT
    Zoom Event: Cambridge Jungian Circle
  • William Bloom: "The Art of Dying: No more Doom & Gloom" (tickets in Sept 2022)
    Death itself is coloured with an aura of doom and gloom ... in our culture and society. My own personal experience is 100% different. A life-threatening illness in my twenties and out-of-the-body near-death experiences, introduced me to the absolute beauty and loving-kindness of the cosmos.
  • Manda Scott "British Mythical Past: Dreams & Journeying" - Author of numerous books including the Boudica series
  • Chris Bache: "The Living Classroom" Energetic Resonance and Fields of Consciousness in Groups
    19 May 2023, 19:30 – 21:30 BST
    Cambridge Jungian Circle Zoom Event
    Fields of consciousness and energetic resonance manifest everywhere around us, but they emerge with special power in group settings. For years I watched these phenomena surface in my classroom, touching my students in sometimes dramatic ways, triggering unexpected episodes of healing and insight.