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April – May 2014
The Jung Society of Utah presents:
The Alchemy of the Inner Marriage
“Consciousness is trying to move from power to love.”
Carl Jung believed that the culmination of the Soul’s journey is the inner marriage of the opposites within the psyche: masculine/feminine; conscious/unconscious; divine/human. The essence of individuation is the alchemical transformation from Ego -centered consciousness to the Soul- centered consciousness of the Sacred Inner
Join us for an evening of myth, dreaming, storytelling, poetry, lecture and dialogue as we explore the creative, transformative, and visionary potential of the conscious
Feminine and Masculine within each of us. Drawing on the work of Carl Jung, Marion Woodman, Robert Johnson, and John Sanford, we will investigate how the Feminine and Masculine archetypes, in both their positive and negative aspects, inform our sense of meaning, purpose and wholeness, the quality of our relationships, and our ability to tend to the “soul of the world” in the face of seemingly insurmountable. Theresa Holleran L.C.S.W is a Depth Psychotherapist, teacher, and facilitator with over 38 years of experience. She has taught graduate courses in Transpersonal Psychology, Eco-psychology, and Process Work, and has co-created national and international retreats and sacred journeys in both urban and wilderness settings on themes of embodied healing and transformation, suffering, wisdom and resilience, and the Sacred Inner Marriage. Her work is predicated on knowing that each person has an inherent destiny that can be revealed through the exploration of the unconscious and its effects on consciousness, and that personal individuation is directly tied to the fate of our planet.
Time: 7-9pm (mingle time before and after)
U of U Union Building,
200 S Central Campus Drive
SaltAir Room (2nd floor)
Cost: free (donations welcome)
All mental health professionals are eligible to receive one complimentary CE
More information on www.jungutah.com
Mormonism is often seen as a religion of conformity, with a hierarchy in tight control of members’ beliefs and behavior. Yet this perspective misses a rich tradition of intellectual independence and principled dissent. With an eye to the present and future, the University of Utah’s Tanner Humanities Center will offer a unique Symposium on the lives and legacies of Sterling M. McMurrin, Obert C. Tanner, and Lowell L. Bennion. All events are free and open to the public. More information at www.thc.utah.edu.
To keynote the symposium, Professor Kathleen Flake (Richard L. Bushman Chair of Mormon Studies at the University of Virginia) will deliver the 23rd annual Sterling McMurrin Lecture on Religion and Culture. In her lecture, titled “The LDS Intellectual Tradition: A Study on Three Lives,” Flake will consider the intellectual loves and conflicts of McMurrin, Tanner, and Bennion in relation to the religious culture out of which they came.
“The LDS Intellectual Tradition: A Study on Three Lives”
Kathleen Flake (Richard L. Bushman Chair – University of Virginia)
Friday, April. 11 | 7:00 PM
Salt Lake Main Library Auditorium (210 E. 400 S.)
Saturday, April. 12 | Panels begin at 9:00 AM
Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Bldg, Room 143 (215 S. Central Campus Dr.)
9:00-10:30 AM: Challenge of Conscience: Sterling M. McMurrin Panel
Bob Goldberg (Chair), Jack Newell, James Clayton, Brian Birch
11:00 AM-12:30 PM: Challenge of Loyalty: Lowell Bennion Panel
Irene Fisher (Chair), Greg Prince, Tony Morgan, Sam Allen, Emma Lou Thayne
1:30-3:00 PM: Challenge of Faith: Obert C. Tanner Panel
Greg Thompson (Chair), Kent Murdock, Bob Goldberg, Grethe Peterson
3:30-5:00 PM: Public Men and the Challenge of Their Private Worlds
Linda King Newell (Chair), Carolyn Tanner Irish, Ellen Bennion Stone, Charlotte Hansen Terry, Bill McMurrin
This fun-filled, interactive educator training is ideal for classroom teachers, environmental educators, school administrators, after-school program staff, youth group/service organization leaders, or anyone who loves birds and wants to teach others about them. The Flying WILD program trains formal and non-formal educators to facilitate hands-on, standards-based activities that promote understanding of scientific concepts and engage students in environmental stewardship. Each activity has been created to help participants excel academically through real, scientific inquiry and learn the importance of birds and their conservation.
The Loop Utah Movement will be welcoming Dr. Juliette Sterkens, a renowned audiologist and advocate with the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), to celebrate Better Speech and Hearing month this May. The two-day event on May 2 – 3 will include informative presentations on the benefits of Hearing Loop technology and how to build effective advocacy campaigns in order spread more awareness throughout communities.