Synchronicity Workshop in Kansas City

Synchronicity in Thought and Deed (Workshop)

Presented by J Gary Sparks
Saturday, April 24, 2010; 10:00am – 4:00pm
Unity Temple on the Plaza
707 W. 47th St., Kansas City MO 64112
$65 / $50 (Members & students)

Jung deepened and extended Analytical Psychology’s basic concepts in light of his emerging synchronicity hypothesis. We will explore the evolution of Jung’s discovery into its final form, focusing on the reality of spirit in matter. Atomic physicist Wolfgang Pauli’s important contribution to Jung’s expanding perspective will also be considered as we seek a fuller appreciation of synchronicity in everyday life. We will also examine a range of synchronistic experiences from the analytic practice, encouraging participants to try their hand at developing—for their own personal journeys—a practical, working recognition of the living relation between spirit and matter. With slides, discussion, group activity.

J. Gary Sparks is a graduate of Bucknell University, Pacific School of Religion and the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. He is editor of Edward Edinger’s Ego and Self: The Old Testament Prophets and co-editor of Edinger’s Science of the Soul. He is the author of At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity and Jung’s Spiritual Testament. He maintains an analytical practice in Indianapolis and lectures widely throughout the US and Canada. www.jgsparks.net.

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