Del Mar Friends of Jung to hold next lecture Oct. 18

Del Mar Friends of Jung  will present guest speaker Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, PhD, MFCC (in photo at left), at its next lecture on Friday, Oct. 18, at 7 :30 p.m. at The Winston School,  215 9th St., Del Mar 92014.

Lowinsky will speak on the topic “When Psyche is Muse: On Self Portrait & Jungian Memoir.”

This lecture will gather and weave strands: Emma Hoffman’s story and paintings, Lowinsky’s memoirs in poetry and prose, her reflections on Jung’s Red Book, and the idea of Jungian memoir as literary genre.

Admission fees: $10 full-time students; $15 FOJ members and seniors; $20 non-members. E-mail info@jungsandiego.com. Friends of Jung is a 501© 3 non-profit organization.

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