SOUTHERN AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF JUNGIAN ANALYSTS (SAAJA)

C G Jung Centre, Cape Town

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Public Lecture

22nd January - 'Soul of the World'

Soul of the World

 

presented by Julian David.

 

Carl Jung and Albert Einstein were almost exact contemporaries, three or four years at either end, and both were concerned in their very roots with different aspects of the evolutionary change in human consciousness which was then impending and is still passing through in our own time.

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Jung and Film - February

15 February: Maleficent (2014)

image2The film's story is an example of what The Guardian's film critic Peter Bradshaw calls "that emerging post-'Wicked' genre, the revisionist-backstory fairytale," but it's affecting. It has a primordial edge that the clumsy filmmaking can't blunt. There are moments in "Maleficent" that are profoundly disturbing, in the way that ancient myths and Grimm fairy tales are disturbing. They strike to the heart of human experience and create the kinds of memories that young children—young girls particularly—will obsess over, because on some level they'll know, even without the benefit of adult experience, that the film is telling them a horrible sort of truth.

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