The transformation mysteries of the Rosarium philosophorum and the Egyptian Duat: a healing viewpoint on death.
This seminar will be exploring the archetypal images of transformation as depicted in the alchemical series the Rosarium Philosophorum and its similarities to the more ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Amduat. Repeatedly, the Amduat states: “It is good for the dead to have this knowledge, but also for a person on Earth; a remedy – a million times proven!”
Transformation mysteries are as old as the first humans who wondered about death and birth, and the space in-between. Death is one of the few certainties in life, and is not life’s enemy, but life’s partner. Together, life and death are responsible for the dance of eternal transformation, from one lifetime to the next.
More about the Presenter
Renee Ramsden has been working in private practice in Cape Town for 33 years. She is a founder member of the Southern African Association for Jungian Analysts (SAAJA) and a training analyst. She specialises in dream-analysis and has been teaching alchemy and psychology as presented by C.G. Jung to SAAJA candidates, the wider professional group and interested members of the public for 21 years. She has a longstanding interest in ancient goddess cultures and their relevance for the feminine in our current world. She is currently serving on SAAJA’s Executive Committee as Vice-President. She is also co-facilitator of SAAJA’s Jung and Film events.
CPD Accreditation – Under Application
1.5 points per hour
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