Josephine Evetts-Secker, a renowned Jungian Analyst from London, engages the intense questions of “What is there in the absence of all?” What were we before our births and what do we return to after our deaths? These profound questions can only be glimpsed in the arcane realm of prose, poetry, and paradox. Josephine dives with us into this uncertain world and wrestles with these powerful questions.
This one hour seminar was part of Jungian Odyssey 2009, an intensive Jungian retreat organized by the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAPZURICH) and held at Sils Maria, Switzerland. It also includes a 45 minute bonus interview with Jungian Odyssey organizers Stacy Wirth, Isabelle Meier, John Hill & Murray Stein, all Jungian Analysts. The interview explores how the Jungian Odyssey program came about and details of where it is going.
Josephine Evetts-Secker, Ph.D. completed graduate work in English literature at the University of London (UCL) and taught for many years at the University of Calgary in Canada. As a graduate of the CG Jung Institute Zurich, she serves as a training analyst for IGAP in London (Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists). She has edited volumes of fairy tales, published poetry, and published articles on literature and psychology. Recently, she was ordained a priest in the Anglican Church.