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

By The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco

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Sunday, April 23 · 2 - 4pm PDT



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About this event

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In these challenging, polarizing times we are called to draw from

creative, healing energies from deeper parts of the Self. Dreams,

imagination, and embodied knowing offer profound resources —

personally, culturally, and from the timeless collective unconscious

that connects us to one another, to all of life, and to the creative

intelligence that informs us all. Transformation is an embodied,

cellular process involving reclaiming rejected parts of the self

necessary for wholeness. Re-integrating shadow material projected

onto others is essential to the work: What could emerge if we

reclaim this “other?”

Authentic Movement, or embodied active imagination, is a simple

yet powerful meditative and therapeutic approach that bridges

body and psyche through expressive movement, inviting descent

into the body and psyche within a safe environment. Exploring

body-level responses provides a bridge to the unconscious. Through

presentation, natural movement, and sharing we will rediscover

the light in the darkness.

Please bring a dream figure — or your sense of a person in your life,

past or present — who inspires you!


Jungian analyst, Dance/Movement therapist, Somatics educator, &

author is the founder of Soul’s Body Center® and past co-founder of

the Authentic Movement Institute. She teaches at the C.G. Jung Institute in

San Francisco, Jung Platform, Friends of Jung organizations, the Marion

Woodman Foundation and university and healing centers internationally.

Her private practice is in San Francisco, CA.

About the organizer

A non-profit educational and community service organization that devotes itself to the furtherance of Jungian thought in clinical work and in cultural discourse. In addition to its Analytic Training Program, the Institute provides educational events for the general public, seminars for professionals, and produces Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, now published by Taylor & Francis. The Institute houses an extensive library and offers a sliding scale psychotherapy clinic.  Friends of the Institute, an auxiliary organization, welcomes new members. 

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