Fri, 18 Sept|
Jung, the Red Book and Hildegard von Bingen
SOLD OUT - RECORDING WILL BE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE SOON - ADD YOUR EMAIL IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO ALERT YOU WHEN IT IS READY. Kayleen Asbo will share the parallel processes of these two extraordinary geniuses,
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18 Sept 2020, 19:20 – 21:30
SOLD OUT - RECORDING WILL BE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE SOON - ADD YOUR EMAIL IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO ALERT YOU WHEN IT IS READY. Carl Jung and Hildegard of Bingen were both powerful mystics whose connection to transpersonal forces led them to boldly embrace unconventional lives of healing and wholeness. Jung's visionary experiences in the 20th century became the basis for his celebrated Red Book from which all of his later theories on depth psychology emerged. 900 years before, the Benedictine Abbess Hildegard of Bingen had a midlife awakening that opened the floodgates of inspiration, leading her to become a theologian, playwright, composer and pioneer of natural medicine as well as a spiritual director and artist. In this visually rich presentation, cultural historian and mythologist Dr. Kayleen Asbo will share the parallel processes of these two extraordinary geniuses, and reveal how the artistic process can become the seed for our own illumination.
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