Sunday, September 27, 2015


There are a number of photographs from the recent Jung in the Heartland Conference, "The Altar of the Earth," posted on   To view the photos, click on the "recent happenings" tab or follow the thread on the Facebook link on the main page.  Donna Leone, a Society board member, was the conference photographer.

This September 10-13, 2015, event was the fourth major conference undertaking for the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis and, by all attendee reports, the finest of the four.  Video and audio recordings of the conference presentations will soon be available for order through the Society's website,    New to this year's conference was an art exhibition that added interest and depth to the conference theme.

The winners of the 2014 writing contest on the conference theme, "The Altar of the Earth," read their essays during the Authors' and Artists' Reception on Saturday evening at the conference.  The winning essays along with other fine entries have been published in a book, which is also available for order on the website.

These Society conferences are partially underwritten by an anonymous donor and by Society Friends' subscription fees so that attendee costs for the event, the book, and the recordings are quite reasonable.

The mission of the C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis, a not-for-profit 501C organization, is to educate the public about the work of C.G. Jung and the psychological understanding it affords everyone.  Above all, Jungian Psychology is a guide for a more creative and satisfying life.