As a thoughtful learning community, we strive to make Jungian and depth psychological thought available to the general public through workshops, seminars and other resources that help liberate the soul and transform culture.

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A Seminar with Bette Joram, Ph.D.



2nd and 4th Wednesdays

Starting June 12, 2024

Time: 7 – 8:30 PM Pacific Time

Cost:  $ 10/ session

As Jung wrestled with powerful images and experiences sent forth by the unconscious, he was “taken to the mat” again and again.  As he sweated it out intellectually, physically, morally, and spiritually, within these pages, so will we. As we read and discuss The Red Book together, we, too, will struggle with the implications of this material for our own understanding of ourselves, the times we live in, and the meaning and consequences that our own encounters with the unconscious present to us, and the way the unconscious effects society at large. The Red Book lays the groundwork in which Jung began to formulate the constructs which later appear throughout his Collected Works.

Fairy Tale Fridays

June 7th, No July Meeting, August 2nd, 2024

6:30-8:30pm PST 

ONLINE meetings held on the first Friday of every month. 

A online study and discussion of various fairy tales facilitated by Stephanie Gierman, Jungian Analyst, and our very own Co-President, Bette R. Joram, Ph.D.

Purchase a Member or Non-member ticket to join the discussion. CEU ticket sold separately.

The Jung Café

In Person: Saturday Morning Discussion Group 

11:00 am – 12:30 pm on Saturdays

Nancy Alvord Library at Good Shepherd Center, Room 222.

Our in-person discussion group continues to meet weekly on Saturday mornings, 11am – 12:30pm in the Nancy Alvord Library, room 222 of the Good Shepherd Center, Seattle. Participants suggest and discuss a variety of Jungian and depth psychological topics and benefit from community connection. Please join us!

Contact Laura at arweninrivendell@gmail.com with any questions, or just drop by.

We look forward to seeing you!

Jung Library Study Group


In the library, Tamara Walker and Lael Cassidy co-host an in-person discussion group based on Jung’s Dream Analysis: Notes on the Seminar Given in 1928-1930.

Noon – 2:00pm

Nancy Alvord Library at Good Shepherd Center, Room 222. 

The group is open to the public with a suggested donation of $10 per session. 

In this study group, we intend to invite the voice of C.G. Jung into the room and to provide a space to reflect with our whole selves. We will attend his seminar and enter into specific dreams with him. 
We are reading C.G. Jung’s Dream Analysis: Notes on the Seminar Given in 1928-1930, one lecture per month. New participants are welcome at any time. We send a PDF version of the upcoming lecture a few days before each meeting (typically about 15 pages). If you want to receive this email, please reach out to Tamara Walker at tendingthesacredpath@gmail.com
Print-outs can be provided in the meeting if needed.
(If you want your own copy of the book, Part 1 of the lecture series is readily available in paperback and on kindle where books are sold. The full volume is only available in hardback, and quite expensive, but at the current rate we won’t reach part 2 until mid-2025)
To invite the unconscious to participate, art supplies will be available for those who wish. There will also be time to discuss/share art and other feeling/thinking responses to the work.

For more information, contact Tamara at tendingthesacredpath@gmail.com

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“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”