Canberra Happenings

(that may be of interest, organised by other groups)

Forgiveness Course,
  starting November 15th 2017
Hi there Folks,
It’s coming up towards Christmas – traditionally a time of joy, peace and love.
Yet for whatever reason, it often doesn’t unfold this way.
Many of us find it difficult to forgive ourselves for things that we have done or left undone,
or to forgive others for what they have done or left undone in relation to us.
This is understandable, however the consequence of this is that we are wedded to whatever we don’t forgive,
and in the remembering continue to traumatise ourselves - ongoing.
‘As long as you don’t forgive, who, or whatever it is, will occupy an rent free space in your mind.’  
(Isabelle Holland)
Forgiveness doesn’t mean that we ever condone whatever feels unforgivable.
Abuse of any form, cannot be tolerated.
So we are committed to the best of our ability, to never let this happen again.
However, for most people, forgiveness is a process.  
In the end, when you let yourself feel the pain you carry from the past,
forgiveness comes as a relief – a release.
You will see that forgiveness is fundamentally for your own sake.
‘Forgiveness doesn’t change the past, but it does enlarge the future’  Anon.
I’m offering a five session course where you will connect with,
explore and find a way begin to free yourself from the profound pain of the past experiences,
that continue to feel unforgivable, and which keep intruding into the present.
Dates/Times           Wednesdays, November 15, 22, 29, December 6, 13, from 7pm to 9.30pm
Venue:                    27 Scottsdale St in Lyons
Fee:                         $300.00
You are very welcome to be part of this gentle, supportive and powerful course
If you would like to know more about the course or to enrol – please email me, or ring me on (02) 6281 1769.
Warmest good wishes to you

Deities and Demons. Dancing sculptures and their modern relevance with Padma Menon.

12.45-1.15 pm 19 October 2017

National Gallery of Australia

Art for Lunch series
Asian art | Talks and Lectures
Venue: Asian galleries
Price: Free (bookings essential)

Dancing Stories

7 pm Friday 27 October 2017

Limited seating, book early!

An evening of sharing myths and mythical characters through dance, philosophy and reflection
Currie Crescent Community Centre, Kingston.

Tickets: $25 (cost includes vegetarian Indian dinner)
Bookings: https://www.eventbri ckets-38268322583

An evening with Padma Menon who will perform and speak about 3 powerful archetypes -
Kali, Green Tara and Siva. Participants in courses will also share their work.

The Canberra Jung Society Inc. does not endorse and is not to be held responsible for the content of any lecture or advertisement, nor is any information or advice a substitute for professional counselling and therapy.

Canberra Jung Society
is a non-profit organisation,
which aims to provide a contact for people interested in the psychological insights of Carl Gustav Jung.
Through monthly meetings, workshops, other activities and our library,
we seek to help people to understand their own inner journey and the world today –
from a Jungian perspective.

PO Box 554,
Dickson, ACT 2602.

Updated by RJ 10th November 2017