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Dear Members,

There have been a lot of changes at the Jung Society over the last few years, especially with our new website, which has now been operational for five months. We wanted to take a moment to thank you, our members, for your patience as we work through the unanticipated consequences of a new website.  We are proud of the look and feel of the website,  but there are two areas that require considerable time and resources to bring on line so that they work smoothly. 

In particular, we are still working on making our digital media library available to you on our website. We have a great team working on it and it is coming soon! Also, the membership log-in process has been challenging.  You may have noticed that previous member username/password combinations no longer work. When your membership is up for renewal (a year from your registration date) you will need to re-register with a new account. The good news is, you do not need a member username/password to register for events*hyperlink*. Note that there is a $5.00 off discount code for students and seniors to be used at checkout on Eventbrite.

As always, we welcome any feedback you may have.  Please email us at

We are looking forward to kicking off our new season of programming with a weekend presentation by author and speaker Carolyn Baker Ph.D. on January 20th  from 7:00-9:00 pm and on the 21st,  from 1:00-4:00 pm. Click *here* for more information and registration. Carolyn Baker (*hyperlink to will be addressing the issues of systemic cultural and ecological collapse as a collective Rite of Passage, guiding us on how to work with the gifts of grief and uncertainty in these perilous times.  

Our library hours have changed slightly. The library at The Good Shepard Center in Room 222 is open Saturdays 12:30-3:30 pm. Please contact our office manager if you need specific accommodations.  Our Jung Café community discussion group is also part of our ongoing offerings and meets every Saturday morning from 11:00 am-12:30 pm in the library. Members enjoy connecting in person and sharing stories while discussing topics of interest to the group.

Our Jungian Wisdom School Series begins on February 1st with the first of Bette Joram’s classes on Alchemy:  The Art of Transformation.  Bette’s class will continue for four Saturdays in February, from 9-10:30 am.  Find out more about waking up to your weekend with a dose of alchemy here. <hyperlink>

We would also like to support our members by extending an invitation to use our Community Page in our upcoming newsletters. In the publication of our newsletter each season, we offer a Community Page where current members can share their Jungian-oriented work, resources, art, etc., with our larger community. Please email community page submissions to our office manager, Hali, at

Thank you for your ongoing patience while we continue to navigate these exciting new beginnings. We look forward to sharing our progress with you as we strive to actualize our mission 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.

Yours with Great Appreciation,

The Seattle Jung Society Board and Staff