'The Kabbalistic Creation Myth'
Lynne Radomsky, Ph.D.
In Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Jung described a series of visions in 1944, part of
which involved the mystic marriage as it appears within the Kabbalistic tradition. He
wrote: “These visions were the most tremendous things I have ever experienced.”
Dr. Lynne Radomsky's lectures focus on the redemption of the feminine principle
contained within the symbolism of theKabbalistic Creation Myth and the idea of the
divine marriage. The main conceptualisation being that the feminine and masculine
aspects of the godhead can be reunited by the actions of the righteous. That is, by
becoming conscious that when the physical union is consummated, the holy marriage,
the hierosgamos, is also constellated.
Friday Lecture, October 27, 2017 -
This lecture set the historical background for the understanding of the Jewish
mysticism and the Kabbalah and the beginning of the Kabbalistic Creation Myth.
Saturday Workshop, October 28, 2017 -
This workshop continued with the unfolding of the Kabbalistic Creation Myth and
The Tree of Life, with particular focus on the idea of the feminine in relation to the
godhead and the mystic marriage. Participants had an opportunity to be introduced to a
form of Kabbalistic practice and meditation.
Lynne Radomsky, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Zürich-trained Jungian analyst
with aprofessional focus on private practice and post-graduate clinical training and
supervision. Her direct and personal experience with Jewish mysticism provides a rich
backdrop to and foundation for her work.
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