THE COMOX VALLEY C. G. JUNG SOCIETY PRESENTS
An Archetypal Approach to Politics 2017
Does our affiliation with certain archetypes effect our political preferences? How does being part of a group influence us? What happens when we identify with a candidate? How does shadow and denial influence politics? We’ll look at how Jung explored some of these questions and in particular how an archetypal view of human personality allows for insight into the basis of our political division.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24th 2017
NOW with MORE ROOM – please come join us at the:
STAN HAGEN THEATRE @ North Island College
Tickets at the door: $15 for members & students / $20 for non-members
Presented by Gary S. Bobroff, M.A. Gary has a Master’s degree in Jungian-oriented psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute of Santa Barbara, CA and an undergraduate degree from the University of British Columbia, Canada. He is the primary developer and lead facilitator of Archetypal Nature. He presents the depth of Jungian approaches in a visual engaging and accessible form. www.ArchetypalNature.com
The COMOX VALLEY C. G. JUNG SOCIETY is a group of diverse people who share a common interest in the work of the Swiss Psychologist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). We explore the ways in which our unconscious offers clues to the questions of our lives and insights into the unfolding story of our era. Our 2016-2017 Speaker Series features Jungian analysts, acclaimed authors, clinicians and musicians and is accessible to everyone. Come join us!