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.

Membership Drive Responses

Sandra Easter, Ph.D. – Jung and the Ancestors – Mending the Ancestral Web

May 17th, 2024

7 -9 pm PST 


In this lecture, we will explore ideas from my book, Jung and the Ancestors:  Beyond Biography, Mending the Ancestral Web
Jung’s conceptualization of the collective unconscious provides a psychological framework that, like genetics, allows us to trace the footprints of our ancestors across time and space. According to Jung, the collective unconscious is “the mighty deposit of ancestral experience accumulated over millions of years.”  The idea that our ancestors have any kind of existence beyond this earthly one, much less that they have a desire to be in relationship with us, is unusual for many of us in modern Western culture.  At its heart, it’s about restoring balance and harmony within oneself and one’s lineage in service to love flowing more freely within and through the generations across time and space. 

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

Sandra Easter, Ph.D. – Ancestral Soul Work (Workshop)

May 18th, 2024

1 -4 pm PST 


In this workshop, we will explore more experientially the ideas from my book on Jung and the Ancestors in response to the question, “How can we come into a more conscious relationship with our ancestors?”  Learning goals include the following:
  • Discover how your physical, mental and emotional symptoms, dreams, vocation, fate and destiny are part of a continuing story with deep roots in your ancestry and your descendants.
  • Identify and clear ancestral patterns which “haunt” your lineage.
  • Experience the support, guidance, wisdom, and love of your ancestors.
  • Create a personal ancestor altar. 
  • Develop a personal practice to honor and maintain a conscious relationship with your ancestors.

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

1st Annual Soulful Social & Silent Auction

Please RSVP in advance for this free event.  

Saturday, June 15th

1:00-4:00 pm at Phinney Ridge Center,

6532 Phinney Ave N


Dear Seattle Jung Society Members & Friends,

Please come and celebrate the 1st Annual Soulful Social & Silent Auction!

Building on our previous Soulful Afternoons of good conversation and connection with like-minded others, we’ve added a SILENT AUCTION to the festivities!

Auction items include:

  • Jung’s Black Books
  • Jung’s Red Book
  • a weekend getaway to Birch Bay
  • Jungian-themed artwork, a massage and more! 

We are also offering previously donated Jungian themed books available for purchase and a table for our community’s authors to display their work.  All proceeds from the event go toward funding the Seattle Jung Society’s mission to increase consciousness by sharing Jungian and depth psychology education with the Seattle community.

If you have any questions, are an author willing to display your books, please contact Tamara Walker at snowrivers@gmail.com 

Thank you for your support; we could not do this without you. We hope you will join us for our Social and Silent Auction!

– Seattle Jung Society Board and Leadership Team 

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

FIRST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH: 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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