"As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being."

Carl Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, 1962

 

Founded in 1985, the C.G. Jung Society of Victoria provides an informal and welcoming forum for the presentation and exploration of Analytical Psychology as it originated with Jung and was developed further by those  who are trained in its methods.  Presentations and workshops are carried out between September and May each year that are led by Jungian analysts and scholars from across North America.  Every aspect of human experience is welcomed for psychological inquiry, from birth to death, from union to dissolution, from the highest aspects of the human spirit to its most debased.  Sources of inspiration for these inquiries range widely from records of dreams and fantasies of an individual, or of culturally shared myths and folk tales, to the symbolic expressions of art, literature, music and performance.  Every subject of human inquiry is potentially available for discussion, from alchemy and astrology to chaos theory and quantum physics.
 

Systema Mundi Totius, The Art of C.G. Jung (p. 109)

Our November Presentation

The Mysterious Union

of Feminine and Masculine

Presented by Jungian Psychoanalyst
Judith Dowling
Friday, November 5
7 - 9 PM

111 Superior Street, Victoria
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BC Covid-19 Requirements for Vaccinations and Face Coverings will be followed for this event.
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Our Library is Launched! 

More than 500 publications of Jungian interest are available for borrowing by current (2021-2022) Society members and more volumes are arriving.  Please see our Library page for details.