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Friends of Jung-South presents
A Presentation for Lay Persons and Mental Health Clinicians Seeking Self-Development ​ 

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Archetypal Astrology

The Inner Renegade Self

A Path to Individuation in Challenging Times

with 
Laurence Hillman, PhD

Global Leader in the Convergence of Astrology & Depth Psychology

(and, yes, he is the son of James Hillman, founder of the Jungian school of Archetypal Psychology)

Archetypal language…is universal and unifying

in a world with too much separation.

—Laurence Hillman

Friday, March 22, 2024

7 – 9 pm CDT

Lecture & Discussion

 

HYBRID EVENT

Face-to-Face:

Brock School of Business

Samford University

800 Lakeshore Drive Homewood, AL 35209

(click here to download parking map-PDF)

OR

Online via Zoom

Link will be sent in advance of the event.

 

Members $35 | Non-Members $40 | Students $25

See below to register.
Contact hours are not available for this event.

For questions or communication concerning your registration, email info@friendsofjungsouth.org.

How do we best situate ourselves for life in these emerging times? Learn how the universal language of archetypes supports cutting-edge thinking today and how we learn to speak this language.

 

Given the general understanding that we can undertake any "what" if we know the "why", Dr. Hillman will explain the extraordinary planetary alignments of our times and what they mean for our collective consciousness and for each one of us.  

 

Blending his renowned renegade thinking with traditional astrological wisdom, Dr. Hillman both provokes and soothes us by showing how we are all part of a larger order of things which can be read and understood through the movements in the cosmos. He will introduce a novel way to grasp the personal archetypal patterns that shape our psychology and relate these patterns to events in the collective world. He will also explore how our inner Uranian Renegade self already knows and has access to everything we need to thrive as a citizen of the new world.


​Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Comprehend and correlate key ideas that link archetypal psychology and archetypal astrology.

  • List in detail the astrological concepts that define our age, including “Age of Aquarius” and archetypal Pluto.

  • Gain an introductory ability to use the Archetypes at Work method for the self-assessment of their individual archetypal patterns. (Free link offered at archetypesatwork.com/assessment)

  • Be able to relate the archetypal patterns of our times to one’s personal psychology and story.

  • Have beginning skills that relate to James Hillman’s concept of seeing through by developing an archetypal eye.

Registration

Please select one of the links below. You will be directed to PayPal to complete your registration using a debit or credit card OR your PayPal account. See information about FOJS membership at the bottom of this page.

Members $35

Non-Members $40

Students $25

For questions or communication concerning your registration, email info@friendsofjungsouth.org.

Laurence Hillman, PhD

Born and raised in Zurich, Switzerland, Dr. Hillman became immersed in archetypes at the age of sixteen and this has remained his passion for over 40 years. As a professional archetypal coach, he specializes in helping his clients understand their deeper purpose and their life’s calling-especially in these challenging times. In his role as a consultant, he helps leaders and organizations understand their archetypal patterns and advises on high-level decision making in organizations. His tools for mapping archetypes include archetypal astrology for which he is one of the leading voices worldwide.

 

Dr. Hillman is the co-creator of Archetypes at Work, a new cutting-edge method to assist and develop people and organizations to become fit for the future.

 

He has lectured internationally and conducted workshops at the Globe Theatre in London where he blended Shakespeare and Astrology. At the Cycles & Symbols Conference in California, he lectured on Venus in America (co-presented with his father, James Hillman). He has also taught at Jean Houston’s Mystery School, at Pacifica Graduate Institute, in Findhorn, and he has been a repeated guest lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis. He has taught small study groups and private students across the US. He is on the faculty at Meridian University in Petaluma, CA.

He is the author of Planets in Play—How to Reimagine Your Life Through the Language of Astrology, the co-author of Alignments—How to Live in Harmony with the Universe and also the co-author of Archetypes at Work—Evolving your Story, One Character at a Time.

 

Dr. Hillman holds a PhD in psychology with a focus on Transformative Leadership, an MBA, an MCM (Master’s in Construction Management), as well as a degree in Architecture.

 

He has traveled extensively in more than 40 countries, is fluent in five languages and lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife Cindy.

 

Visit laurencehillman.com

 

SUGGESTED READING

Hillman, James, Re-visioning Psychology. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

 

Hillman, Laurence. Planets in Play: How to Reimagine Your Life Through the Language of Astrology. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, 2007.

 

Hillman, Laurence. Archetypes at Work: Evolving your story, one character at a time. Troubadour, London, UK, 2019.

 

LeGrice, Keiron. The Archetypal Cosmos: Rediscovering the Gods in Myth, Science and Astrology. Cornwall, UK TJ International, 2012.

 

Tarnas, Richard. Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View. New York: Penguin, 2006.

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NBCC Continuing Education Credits
Friends of Jung-South has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, AECP #6859. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Friends of Jung -South is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. 

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