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Jung Quote [T]he paradox is one of our most valuable spiritual possessions, while uniformity of meaning is a sign of weakness. Hence a religion becomes inwardly impoverished when it loses or waters down its paradoxes; but their multiplication enriches because only the paradox comes anywhere near to comprehending the fullness of life. Non-ambiguity and non-contradiction are one-sided and thus unsuited to express the incomprehensible. C. G. Jung, Psychology and Alchemy (1944), CW 12, § 18.

Gary D. Astrachan, Jungian Analyst

“Naming the Gods: Cy Twombly’s Passionate Poiesis”

Naming the Gods - Gary D. Astrachan

October 9-10, 2020 | Held Online via Zoom

Lecture: FREE for Members and Non-Members

Workshop: Members $30 | Non-Members $40

The annual Mildred Harris lecturer for our Fall 2020 term will be Gary D. Astrachan, PhD, of Portland, Maine. He is a faculty member and supervising and training analyst at the C. G. Jung Institutes in Boston and in Switzerland and lectures and teaches widely throughout North America, Latin America and Europe. He is a founding member of the Maine Jung Center, and is also an independent curator of contemporary art installations and exhibitions. Gary D. Astrachan is the author of numerous scholarly articles in professional journals and books and writes particularly on the relationship between analytical psychology and Greek mythology, poetry, painting, film, post-modernism, and critical theory. His new book, Naming the Gods: Cy Twombly’s Passionate Poiesis, was released by Chiron Publications in 2019.

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