TOMORROW 7:00pm  
Russell Delman on Finding Our Way In Challenging Times

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Dear Jung Society guest,

Join us tomorrow at the Downtown Library for our next Jung Society of Utah event! Russell Delman will speak on  Finding Our Way In Challenging Times

Day:  Friday, May 11th
Time:  7:00 - 8:30pm (with mingling before and after)
Location:  Library downtown, 210 E 400 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Cost:  free (please become a member)
Includes 1 free CEU

Jung Society members are invited to join Russell's weekend workshop on the Embodied Life at half-price.  See the second text box below for more information.

Read part one of our conversation with Russell HERE, and then check out part two of this fascinating interview  HERE on the Jung Society blog.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow for another fun, soulful evening!

Plan ahead for the Jung Society Soulstice Summer Festival 2018 on June 16th, starting at 5:30pm... Don't miss this fun fundraising event!  See the fourth text box below for more information, and buy your tickets HERE.

The Jung Society of Utah Team 

Finding Our Way In Challenging Times 
Russell Delman

May 11th
Finding Our Way In Challenging Times
Exploring the Interface Between Embodiment, Psychology and Spirituality

May 11th, 7:00 - 8:30pm
Library downtown

In this talk, Russell will explore the following questions:

- How do I manifest and express my deepening personal insights into all of my relationships, including the intimate, as well as the larger social and political worlds?

- How can I use the environmental and societal conflicts as food for Self-realization/actualization?

- How do the physical, psychological, spiritual (transcendent), relational worlds interact?

As we explore these questions, we will also investigate a fairly unique perspective based in two premises: 

-Perhaps learning to be more fully present for all our life situations is the central modus operandi for all that we seek.

-Perhaps our embodiment is a key "missing link" for both psychological and spiritual development AND a reliable doorway to this deepening presence.

About the speaker:  Russell Delman's dedication to the study of awareness and human potential began in 1969 as a college undergraduate in psychology. The main influences on his teaching are over 40 years of Zen meditation, his close relationship and training with Moshe Feldenkrais (he has helped to train over 2500 Feldenkrais teachers worldwide), a deep study of somatic psychology including Gestalt training under Robert Hall, and Focusing training and practice with his close friend, Gene Gendlin, work with Mother Theresa in Calcutta, along with 40 years of marriage with his wife, Linda. In 2007 he created The Embodied Life School.
Day: Friday, May 11th
Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm (with mingling before and after)
Location: Library downtown, 210 E 400 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Cost: free (please become a member)
Includes 1 free CEU
Jung Society of Utah members are invited to join Russell Delman's two-day workshop on the Embodied Life at half of the regular price!

Strength to Love - Embodying Gratitude and Perseverance in Challenging Times
Date: May 12th and 13th (Saturday and Sunday)
Time: 10:00am (Sat) - 5:00pm (Sun)
Location: Vitalize Studio 3474 South 2300 East #12, Salt Lake City, Utah 84109
Cost: $235 - Jung Society members half-price; ELMP students half-price 
*no one turned away for lack of funds.
Get your discount code at the Jung Society: email Machiel at and become a Jung Society member HERE
From the Jung Society of Utah blog:

Growing Embodied Awareness, Finding Imagination: 
A Conversation with Russel Delman - part two
Read part two of my conversation with Russell Delman, in which we explore the concepts of psychological and somatic freedom, Feldenkrais work, and the power of imagination.

Andrea Jivan:  I'm thinking now of individuation, something Jungian psychologists focus on a lot. This idea that you're kind of swinging between polarities until you are able to integrate each of their benefits, integrate their shadow, and then you are capable of individuating and becoming whole, and capable of hearing archetypical experience. So when you talk about this experience that nothing is an enemy-that implies openness, and a sense of a deeper level of awareness. Then what is that freedom we mentioned earlier? Is it bliss, or is it the freedom to always question life, or is it related to experience as you mentioned at the beginning, the experience of being present to the four aspects of being (thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and relationships)?

Russell Delman:  Very Important idea. Beautiful. The freedom that I look to is responsiveness to life. It has to do with the distinction between reactivity, responsiveness, and how I get triggered by certain situations, certain people, certain moments with certain people, information from the environment, certain feelings in myself, certain feelings in my body, how I get triggered into old patterns that have either no or very limited possibility of different response....

Read more on the Jung Society of Utah blog HERE.
Jung Society Soulstice Summer Festival

June 16th, 5:30pm

Get your tickets  HERE for the best party of the summer! 

Saturday, June 16 at 5:30pm - 12:00am

The Jung Society of Utah and Laurie Frazier present our 1st Annual Fundraiser:

Join us June 16th, 2018 for this fundraiser featuring live music, food trucks, artists, vendors, a beer and cocktail garden, games, activities, readers, and an auction. Enjoy great music and soulful company on 7.5 acres near Walker Lane, in the middle of woods, streams, and twinkling lights--the perfect midsummer celebration. 

Main Stage: The Chris Orrock Band at 8:00pm, "The Last Band" at 6:00pm
Second Stage: local bands and performance artists, fire dancers, and comedy.

Readings, mediums, crystal findings.

Grab your BFF and come celebrate the soul with music, art, community, and a hot summer night!

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