4 Tuesday Evenings with Jung: An Ongoing Seminar Reading the Fundamental Works of C.G. Jung with Paul Morrisette, MA
University’s Terry Lectures in 1937. The texts are also recorded in volume 11. The
Dwight H. Terry Lectureship invites preeminent scholars in religion, the sciences and
philosophy to address issues concerning the ways in which science and philosophy
inform religion and how religion is applied to human welfare. In these lectures Jung
explores the psychological nature of religion from his point of view as a psychoanalyst
and a student of the human mind. He said :
“My problem is to wrestle with the big monster of the historical past, the great snake of
the centuries, the burden of the human mind, the problem of Christianity.” (CW Vol. 18,
pg. 127)”If we seek genuine psychological understanding of the human being of our own time,
we must know his spiritual history absolutely.” (CW Vol. 18, pg. 829)
4 Tuesdays: March 5, 12, 19, 26: 7 pm – 9 pm
focus include the treatment of childhood trauma, dreamwork, and religious studies. Paul
is a member of the C.G. Jung Institute-Boston and the New England Society of Jungian
Analysts. He works with clients in both Woodstock and Pomfret Center Connecticut.
Paul has a BA in Psychology from Framingham State University, an MA in New
Testament studies from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, and a degree in
Psychoanalytic studies from the C.G. Jung Institute in Boston
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