Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco
"Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes"
                                                                            - C. G. Jung

The purpose of the APC of San Francisco shall be to promote the study and discussion of analytical psychology and related subjects and to find opportunity for fellowship among those who have experienced analysis according to the concepts of 
analytical psychology as originated by Carl G. Jung.


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Due to the current Covid-a19 outback we will be replacing our upcoming public meetings with Zoom Video Conference Meetings for as long as necessary. This means you will be able to attend our currently scheduled meetings from the safety of your own home. When we can not replace the public meetings with Zoom Video Conferences  we will unfortunately have to cancel the scheduled meeting. Please check back on this website for updates and instructions.


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2:00-5:00pm

$10 guest fee – members free


This meeting will be done via a Zoom videoconference. Please check our Website At the http://www.sfapc.org, for updates and further instructions.



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Earth Angel and the Tohu Bohu

with

Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, PhD

 

April Meeting w April 19, 2020 from 2-5 PM w 




We expect this event to fill up quickly! To RSVP for this event please email Elaine Mannon 
at 
elaine@mannon.com OR Register on Eventbrite: https://tinyurl.com/uqdxvwq 
This event is free for members. A donation at the door of $10 is suggested for guests.


Eventbrite - Dreams in Preparation for Death with Millie Fortier, PhD





At times I feel as if I am spread out all over the landscape…and am myself living in every tree, in the splashing of the waves, in the clouds and the animals that come and go, in the procession of the seasons." - C.G. Jung

 

Earth is our Home, our Mother, our Rock of Ages, our Tree of Life, our Beloved—the source of all of our blessings. She holds us in our dwellings, shapes us through the places we love. We shape Her with our maker’s hands, our tool–making human nature. We farm, garden, weed, prune. 

 

But in our restless quest for new worlds and treasure we exploit and abuse our Earth—pave over Her fertile soil, clear cut Her habitat, destroy Her diversity of species, remove Her mountain tops, mine Her sacred underworlds, slaughter her whales and her elephants. Our erotic relationship with Earth has been severed. We forget She is alive, forget She has a soul. We’ve turned Her into a fury. Weather is Her language. She bellows at us in hurricanes, blizzards, warming oceans, melting glaciers, drought, fires. She is the Angel bearing terrible tidings.

 

This presentation is an updated version of the final chapter of Lowinsky’s book, The Rabbi, the Goddess and Jung. She will speak—in stories and poems, enhanced by images and music—of her own struggle to respond to Earth Angel and the Tohu Bohu. A dream guides her, as does a walk in the woods.

 



Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, PhD, is an analyst member of the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute, a frequent contributor to and poetry editor of Psychological Perspectives, and the author of The The Rabbi, the Goddess and Jung. She is a widely published poet and winner of the Blue Light Poetry Contest.