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C G Jung Society of Sydney 2010 Newsletter VOL1

C G Jung Society of Sydney 2010 Newsletter VOL1

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Jungdownunder is the biannual newsletter of the C G Jung Society of Sydney containing information on presentations, workshops etc
Jungdownunder is the biannual newsletter of the C G Jung Society of Sydney containing information on presentations, workshops etc

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 red boo
liber novus
sonu shamdasani
C G Jung Society of Sydney 
February - June 2010
C G Jung Society
of Sydney 
C G Jung Society of Sydney 
New members and visitors are always welcome. Ifattending for the rst time please introduce yourself tothe committee members who are happy to explain howthe Society works and to answer any questions. You arealso welcome to register your email address so you canreceive our monthly broadcast email of upcoming events.
History and Aims
The Society was formed in 1975 to promote the ideas ofthe Swiss analyst and psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). A rich and varied programme of monthly talks,workshops and reading groups presented by Australianand international guest speakers is offered.
An annual membership is available to anyone withan interest in Jungian thought. It confers discounts attalks, workshops and other presentations, and borrowingrights at the Society’s library. A 10% discount is availablefrom Phoenix Rising Booksellers, Glebe, on Jungianbooks. Other benets may be available from time totime. Membership can be purchased online via PayPalat
or you can phone (02) 92901519 for an application form or to pay over the phone.Different rates are offered for full, concession or countrymemberships.
Available on our website
, as anattachment to our monthly broadcast email, or in ourbiannual newsletter. Please contact Lesley Hamlyn on0413 990 490 or email her at cgjung@jungdownunder.com
President: Sally GillespieTreasurer: John WoodcockMember: Louise FanningEXECUTIVE COMMITTEELiaison: June ReynoldsLibrarian: Lucy DaveyMember: Heather KeensBookshop: Jon MarshallAdvertising: Lesley HamlynAssistant Librarian: Maylin TanVice-President: Yolanda Waldman Honorarium: Lenore Kulakauskas
C G JungSociety of Sydney 
GPO BOX 2796SYDNEY NSW 2001GENERAL ENQUIRIES& MEMBERSHIPJune ReynoldsTel: 02 9290 1519BOOKINGSLenore KulakauskasTel: 02 9365 7750LIBRARY ENQUIRIESLucy DaveyTel: 02 9572 7210WEBSITEwww.jungdownunder.comEMAILcgjung@jungdownunder.com
elcome to the Jung Society’s35th year which we celebratewith a high quality programme ofevents drawing upon both classicalJungian and the latest of post-Jungian perspectives.Jung’s much-anticipated
Red Book
has nally been published. By way ofintroduction to understanding theimportance of this pivotal work ofJung’s, John Woodcock has writtenan account of
The Red Book
sZurich launch for
 Jung Downunder 
,and in March we go further into thesignicance and contents of
TheRed Book
in a presentation withClaire Dunne and Terence McBride,which is guaranteed to be rich inanecdote and insight.Fairytales are another feature of thisprogramme. Sarah Gibson will givea talk on the creative inspiration offairy tales as well as facilitate aneight session women’s story circle.Sarah’s lived experience of workingwith fairytales is profound and weare fortunate to be getting a sneakpreview of her interactive fairytaleproject
.The latest developments in post-Jungian theory and practice arebrought to us by John Woodcock inhis introduction to the revolutionary
From the president
and challenging work of WolfgangGiegerich, while David Russellexplores the tension of oppositesin his talk on Jung in the era ofevidence-based practice.David will then follow up his talkwith a highly stimulating workshopon the therapeutic experience.Finally Jonathan Marshall’s Junetalk brings us to a topic many of usfeel all too familiar with: Chaos. Jonmuses on its myths and archetypesin a marriage of classical Jungianand post-Jungian perspectives.This is my last editorial for
as I will be resigningas President at the March AGM totake up PhD studies. I am delightedthat David Russell has acceptedthe Committee’s nomination tobe our next President. His deepexperience and knowledge ofJungian community, theory andpractice will be a tremendous assetto the Society in the time ahead.My best wishes to him for the newera and my sincerest thanks toall the Committee members thatI have worked with over the lastfour years for all their support andcontributions.
Sally GillespiePresident 2006 - 2010

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