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Our Newsletter

The Society publishes three newsletters per year which cover our Win­ter, Spring, and Fall program events. Printed newsletters are distributed via first-class mail. These mailings include descriptions of upcoming events, Society news and announcements, and items of interest to our community.

The printed newsletter is sent to current members. To ensure that you get one mailed to you, please maintain your membership. Become a member today.

Extra printed copies are kept in our office, and past newsletters are available for viewing online. The newsletter archive contains valuable information about past program events, including descriptions of recorded lectures that may be available in our audio/video resources.

Digital Media & Newsletters

Project Mnemosyne

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, the Society launched Project Mne­mo­sy­ne in Spring of 2013. Named Mnemosyne after the Greek goddess of memory and the mother of the nine Muses, the project is an effort to digitally preserve analog audio recordings of over 40 years of lectures presented to the Society.

This collection includes talks by noteworthy presenters including Joseph Campbell, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Lionel Corbett, Anne de Vore, Gilda Frantz, James Hollis, Janet Dallet, Linda Leonard, Terrill Gibson, Phil Cousineau, Sonu Shamdasani, John Radecki, Bette Joram, Allan Chinen, Louise Bode, Stanley Krippner, and many other Jungian scholars.

As a part of Project Mnemosyne, we are endeavoring to make all recordings available. More and more recordings will become available gradually as they are converted to digital format. Look for announcements of newly-available online recordings in the Society’s regular emails.

Additional Resources

The Society captures video of all of its current lectures. Our DVD collection of past lectures is available in the library. Also, the Society’s library maintains a physical collection of additional audio and video resources from many publishers and Jungian organizations. All of these resources are available in the library. As a benefit of membership, members may check them out.

Email Updates Also Available

We also communicate monthly via email. To receive our email communications, please join our email list.

“A mood of universal destruction and renewal … has set its mark on our age. This mood makes itself felt everywhere, politically, socially, and philosophically. We are living in what the Greeks called the kairos—the right moment—for a “metamorphosis of the gods,” of the fundamental principles and symbols. This peculiarity of our time, which is certainly not of our conscious choosing, is the expression of the unconscious man within us who is changing. Coming generations will have to take account of this momentous transformation if humanity is not to destroy itself through the might of its own technology and science.… So much is at stake and so much depends on the psychological constitution of modern man.… Does the individual know that he is the makeweight that tips the scales?”