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Department of Instruction Teleconferences - April 21, 2021 - Virtual Event

April 21, 2021 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Location: Virtual Event

Virtual Event

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Carl Gustav Jung's Active Imagination and H. S. Lewis's Mental Creation: A Brief

In this teleconference with Luiz Eduardo V. Berni, PhD, from the Portuguese Language Jurisdiction of AMORC in Brazil, we will explore a transdisciplinary approach to comparing the life, interests, and work of Carl Gustav Jung and Harvey Spencer Lewis. These two men lived concurrently and independently developed methods of using the subconscious mind to activate mental imagery in aid of self-development. Discover Jung’s use of archetypes through Analytical Psychology and Lewis’s mental creation of the Celestial Sanctum. Engage in the methods particular to Raymond Bernard’s and Charles Dana Dean’s writings. Participate in an elevating mental exercise led by Luiz Berni accompanied by original music composed by the author of this Rose+Croix Journal paper. We look forward to seeing you at this event!

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  • The best way to participate is on a computer or smart device with both audio and video capabilities. If you experience any difficulty gaining access to a desired teleconference, please email [email protected]

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