Memories, Dreams, Reflections


For the months of May, June, and July, we asked our members to submit any quotes, experiences, memories that may touch on our present circumstances.

May: Memories of a unique experience with our society over the years.

See: Memories 2020 (Tab on Navigation Bar)

June: Dreams of a personal nature or otherwise relating to a crisis or transformational moment.

July: Reflections of any kind.

Send these submissions to our address:

We will post as many of them as we can on our website.


SUGGESTIONS

We are asking our members for proposals/ideas for future activities such as Webinars, Zoom Conferences, etc. 

Send these submissions to our address:

jungsocietymontreal@bell.net 

                       


                        SUMMER EVENT VIA ZOOM
 
TYPOLOGY– Or How I Saved My Sanity
         A Presentation by Artemis Papert
                This is a free ZOOM event


Monday, August 10

7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

To register: 


https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErcOugrTopG9HNynmYflWSMk9k36dc-v9T



Common culture has popularized the terms “extravert” and “introvert.”        However not many people know that it is the Swiss psychologist C. G. Jung who first recognized introversion and extraversion as "the two fundamental psychological attitudes." Jung also described the four psychological functions of Intuition, Sensation, Feeling and Thinking. 
       Jung wrote: “The four functions are somewhat like the four points of the compass; they are just as arbitrary and just as indispensable. But one thing I must confess: I would not for anything dispense with this compass on my psychological voyages of discovery.”
       This presentation will explore Jung’s psychological types and how they influence the way we interact with others and the world.

 

Artemis Papert is a former research biologist and currently practices as a Shiatsu therapist. She is based in Montreal. She is in training to become a Jungian analyst. She has a keen interest in fairy tales, dream interpretation and the connection between psyche and body. You can find more about her at www.onira.ca.


For info please call

     (514) 616-1202