C G Jung Program Guide : Program Newsletter July-Nov 2016
PAGE 12 PAGE 6 Lecture: November 18 at 7:30 pm Venue: Mary Lockett Lecture Theatre In the FJ Clarke Lecture Hall QEII Medical Centre, Caladenia Loop, Nedlands Cost: $10 (members), $15(concession), $20 (general) Program Guide July—November 2016 Being, Relatedness and ‘Otherness’ Andre Zanardo This talk opens a discussion into what it is to be genuinely relational. Being truly relational with an 'other', as opposed to being in a system of exchange and/or object usage, is assumed here to be an act of co-mutual imaginal conscious construction and predicates itself on the tension between a sense of separateness and inextricable connectedness with/to the 'other'. Using a particular constructed ideal of being relational, both clinically and experientially, I will high- light what seems to facilitate and foreclose this endeavour. Vital to the discussion are ideas and lived experiences of loss and mourning, separation, imagination, otherness and love. With the use of clinical vignettes and images from Jim Jarmusch's last film 'Only Lovers Left Alive' and contrasting this with a previous lecture using the film 'Solaris' by Steven Soderbergh on what prevents real relationship, we shall examine the questions of how we can potentially become more relational, what does it look like and what is a relational interaction? This lecture examines the idea that without being truly open and relational to/with an 'other', we limit our potential for ongoing psychic self emergence and development. Andre Zanardo (Perth) is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Perth, Western Australia. He trained with the Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts, is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychologists and has a degree in Economics and Industrial Relations. Andre has a particular interest in the ‘imaginal’ space, the way ‘psyche’ manifests artistically and how we can utilize this in our analytic experience working with people. Andre has presented at numerous seminars and conferences both in Australia and internationally on a variety of topics, some of which include papers on the ‘Creative use of Aesthetic and Artistic sensi- bility in Jungian Analysis’, “Love, loss, imagination and the ‘other’ in Solaris (Soderbergh 2002)” which was published in the book Jung and Film II”, (2011), London, Routledge, ‘Symbolism and the Structure of the Unconscious’, ‘The Nature of the Psyche and Therapeutic Change’, ‘Images. Symbols and being Creative: Working Constructively with what Arises’. Additionally Andre is a qualified Iyengar Yoga teacher and has led over 40 yoga and self development residential workshops for individuals and business.
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