Jung Society of WA
"I am neither spurred on by excessive optimism nor in love
with high ideals, but I am merely concerned with the fate of
the individual human being – that infinitesimal unit on whom
the whole world depends..."
The Undiscovered Self
Civilization in Transition
The CG Jung Society of WA is a non-profit association
which aims to promote a greater understanding of Jungian Psychology.
Monthly public meetings are held with speakers and films covering
a variety of topics with a Jungian emphasis. Public seminars and
workshops led by local, interstate, and international Jungian
Analysts are also arranged by the Society.
A comprehensive Library, including the latest Jungian journals,
is maintained by the Society.
- Our Program Guide can be viewed online by clicking here: PROGRAM GUIDE.
- Or stop in at any of our monthly meetings and pick up a printed copy.
The CG Jung Society of WA - formerly the Analytical
Psychology Club of WA - was founded in 1954 by Mrs MI Rix Weaver,
the first Australian to study and graduate from the C.G. Jung
Institute, Zurich and for many years the only Jungian Analyst
in Australia. Rix Weaver also founded, in 1976, the Australian
and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts (ANZSJA
The Library has two of her books:
- The Old Wise Woman - A Study of Active Imagination
- Spinning on a Dream Thread - a Study of Hermann Hesse