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Dr. Michael Conforti  is a Jungian analyst and founder of the Assisi Institute.   He has been a faculty member at the C.G. Jung Institute in Boston, the C.G. Jung Foundation of New York,  and  for  many  years a Senior Associate faculty member in the Doctoral and Master’s Programs in Clinical Psychology at Antioch New England.    A pioneer in the field of matter-psyche studies,  Dr. Conforti  is  actively  investigating  the workings  of archetypal fields and the relationship between Jungian psychology and the New Sciences.  He is the author of Threshold Experiences:   The Archetype of Beginnings and Field, Form, and Fate:  Patterns in Mind,  Nature,  and Psyche.   He is currently working on a new book,   Hidden  Presence:   Archetypes,  Spells,  Possessions,  and  the  Complex.    Dr. Conforti  maintains a private practice in Mystic, CT and consults with individuals and corporations around the world.           




                               'THE ECLIPSE OF GOD AND THE CREATIVE'

                                               Presented by Michael Conforti, Ph.D.

              Lecture Date:            Friday, August 25, 2017      Seminar Date:          Saturday, August 26, 2017

              Registration Time:   6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.          Registration Time:  8:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. 

              Lecture Time:             7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.          Seminar Time:          9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

                                                                                                                      (There will be no break for lunch but snacks will be provided.)     

                                                Place:   Ramsey Hall, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church

                                                                      400 Camellia Blvd., Lafayette, Louisiana 

          Friday Lecture:  Dreams, Complexes, and the Self
                   The  Friday night  lecture  will  address  the archetypal  dimension  of the dream  and  how that objective  

          dimension can get  lost within  the realm  of  one’s  personal  complexes.    According to  Dr. Conforti,   “The

          dream is a telling of the life we are meant  to  live,  of  a  destiny  awaiting  our  arrival,  and  of a  union with    

          something far greater than we could have ever imagined.   So, too, the dream tells us when we have arrived

          at some dead end roads,   those fits  and  starts that silence the call of the Self and confine us to an outdated

          and undeveloped Self.”
               The dream, replete with symbols, images, and metaphors, can bring us to full attention and into relation-   

          ship with the archetypal realm.   Early  pioneers  of  psyche  spent  many  years  studying  images, fairy tales,

          alchemy, and religion as ways to understand the language and contents of the Self because they understood

          that  while  the  dream  affects  us  personally,   its  source  is  trans-personal.    Often  our inner demons and

          complexes  distort  the  eternal  and  archetypal  dream  images  and  we  miss  the inherent archetypalstory

          contained within it.   In  working  with  dreams throughout the weekend we will take an in-depth look at the

          profundity of thedream messages to understand the content contained within them.

         Saturday Seminar:  The Eclipse of God and the Creative
                 This seminar presents an understanding of what it means to  work  with  the  Objective Psyche,  the realm

         of the trans-personal and non-personally acquired contents of the Psyche.  We will focus on the relationship

         and difference between the Objective, archetypal meaning of images and the  dreamer’s personal complexes    

         An important aspect of this seminar is for participants tolearn ways to translate the meaning of dreams in a

         way that is understandable to the individual, allowing them to bring wisdom