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Jung & Film Online | Orlando

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Based on the book by Virginia Woolf, this film written and directed by Sally Porter, explores the concept of gender and the role it plays in determining our fate, including the inequities based on gender in society. Orlando offers reflections on humanity’s forgotten need for the consciousness of our androgynous nature, and how this could bring harmony into our lives and relationships.

R120.00

Jung & Film Online | The Shawshank Redemption

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Exploring themes of hope, friendship, freedom, perseverance, and of course, redemption, this is considered by many critics as one of the best movies of all time. We hope you will join us for the experience of this excellent film and an in-depth discussion of its many themes.

R120.00

Jung & Film Online | The Piano

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Set in the mid-1800s, The Piano explores themes around clashes of cultures and personalities, repressed sexuality and passion, contrasting expressions of masculinity, and feminine power in the face of oppressive patriarchy...

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Jung and Kundalini Yoga | Online Lecture by Dr Melane van Zyl

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Kundalini Yoga is an ancient practice that originated around 1000BC in India. It has become popular in the West, with stars like Russel Brand, Seal, Kerri Ann Moss, and even Oprah expressing their interest in this unique form of yoga. C.G. Jung visited India in 1938 when the British Government of India invited him to partake in the celebrations of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the University of Calcutta. Although Jung did not visit India out of his initiative, he writes, “By that time I had read a great deal about Indian philosophy and religious history and was deeply convinced of [...]

R150.00

Jung & Film Online | Whale Rider

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You are warmly invited to attend our next film evening on Friday 22 April, for a viewing and discussion of Whale Rider (run time 1 hour 41 minutes). Whale Rider is an exquisite portrayal of the Maori mythology around whales, and their intimate relationship with these magnificent creatures. It is also an exploration of the challenge of keeping ancient beliefs and traditions alive in a Westernized world, which requires creative solutions. This movie is based on the novella, The Whale Rider, by Witi Ihimaera, the first Maori writer to be published in New Zealand. He explores Maori culture in contemporary [...]

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