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The Kabbalistic Tree of Life-CANCELLED
May 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrepaid Cost: $30 – $35
Presented by Lynne Radomsky, Ph.D.
The Cabala develops an elaborate hieros-gamos fantasy which expatiates on the union of the soul with … the worlds of light and darkness. – C. G. Jung, Vol. 14, para.18
The notion of the feminine aspect of the infinite as equal to and separate from the masculine is an innovation within the Jewish Kabbalah, and very different from the absolute masculine unity of the God of the Old Testament. In this lecture we will focus on the redemption of the feminine principle within the Kabbalah, and the coniunctio between the masculine and feminine aspects of the godhead. Beginning with the historical development of the Kabbalah, we will study the image of the Tree of Life utilizing amplification based on alchemy and the psychology of C. G. Jung.
Lynne Radomsky, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Zürich-trained Jungian analyst, with a professional focus on private practice and post-graduate clinical training and supervision. Her direct and personal experience with Jewish mysticism provides a rich backdrop to and foundation for her work.
This program is part of A Series with Lynne Radomsky
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