Thank You Jung Society Members!

In our continuing effort to help our members get to know each other better, we will be spotlighting a member in this newsletter every month. We would love to feature you and your business. 

Read below about Jung Society member  Carmell Clark, and find out how you can be featured in the upcoming months. 

Don't miss our sensational Season 8 opener with bestselling author Thomas Moore, who will speak on the topic of soul mates! Join us on October 21st and 22nd for this fascinating lecture and workshop.

The Jung Society of Utah team
Win a $35 gift certificate to Cafe Solstice!
As a thank you to our members, this month the Jung Society of Utah is offering a $35 gift certificate to  Cafe Solstice  to one person who can correctly answer the following question:

In what year was Thomas Moore's bestselling book, Care of the Soul, published?

Email Machiel Klerk at before 7:00pm on September 23rd to win! One winner will be randomly drawn from members who answer the question correctly. Be sure to put "Jung Society Quiz" in the subject line of the email. 
Good luck!

Meet the Jung Society of Utah Members
Master coach, Life Artist, speaker, and author, Carmell Clark has worked with thousands over the past 15 years to influence transformation and behavioral change. Through her latest work and system, Bare Minimum Genius, Carmell is training and mentoring women as thought leaders, global change agents, influencers, and entrepreneurs. She is known for moving women forward quickly in their vision, and has the uncanny ability to bring them to a clarity on the deepest level of their being. Her core work is to raise consciousness at every level of women's lives and leadership. Conscious women become conscious leaders who shift human behaviors in our families and communities, and throughout our cultures, economies, and politics across the globe. 
A professional instigator, Carmell is a skilled storyteller, international speaker, world traveler, and leadership mentor. Her passion is for the study of and raising of consciousness, for critical inquiry and conflict resolution, and working with the paradox of power and control in human behavior.
From an interdisciplinary background in Philosophy and Social Theory and a 20-year Wellness Center, Carmell left the corporate world in the 90s. She sold her wellness center to launch her current company in 2012 as the vehicle to move her work internationally and create location independence. She now lives and travels in different countries for part of each year. 
Carmell is completing her first book, Life is Not One Thing about our journey to understand life as subtly intentional by the soul and to learn to trust in the deeper knowing and connection inside each of us we confront the unknown. 
An oils artist as well, Carmell works with palette knives and large canvases, having held her first exhibition in 2014 with great success. 
She is on the Executive Advising Committee for the Women's International Economic Forum in Delhi and is a presenter each year, a member of eWomen Network, and Chairperson of Global Influence for the All Ladies League. She serves on the board of Art in Common, a 501(c)(3) connecting disadvantaged groups and existing communities through art and relationships. 

"I want our hearts to be broken by the effort we give. Only in those moments, having put our whole heart into what we love, do we experience the deep clarity of what it is to be ourselves."  - Carmell Clark
Wanted: Members for Spotlight! We want to get to know you and to give you an opportunity to promote your businesses.
If you are interested in being in our monthly newsletters please send the following:
  • a paragraph or two about yourself and your business (about 100 words each)
  • a photo image (jpeg, tiff, png)
  • a discount offer if you have one
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Friday, October 21st, 7:00pm - Thomas Moore lecture on Soul Mates. Learn more  HERE .

Saturday, October 22nd, 9:00am - Thomas Moore workshop on Soul Mates
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