Dreams for the Ages
C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario presents a lecture Dreams for the Ages, in Toronto.
A dream can have a major impact on all subsequent human life, for example, that of Frederick Banting on October 31, 1920 in London, Ontario, which led to the discovery of insulin. There are many others. This presentation looks at the meaningfulness of personal dreams at the collective level, some drawn from history, some from C.G. Jung’s analytical practice and others from local analysts. A dream perspective “for the ages” may not be a common one, but at times it seems to be suggested by the dream itself. Topics to be raised will include conventional religiosity versus raw spirituality — faith seen very pointedly through the lens of the unconscious — and the present and potential courses of our internet-grounded culture.
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