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Transforming the Modern World
with Richard Tarnas

When: April 18 - 20, 2008

Where: Primrose Hotel
Carlton Street at Jarvis,
Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Join Richard Tarnas for his Transforming the Modern World seminar.

Richard Tarnas' Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View is receiving rave reviews. Cosmos and Psyche is the first book by a widely respected scholar to demonstrate correspondences between planetary cycles and the unfolding drama of human history. A vast and impressive body of evidence illuminates connections between the cosmos and the human world, and challenges the current mechanist-materialist paradigm. Co-winner of the Book of the Year Prize from the Scientific and Medical Network in England in 2006, his book inspires a new world view.

Friday, April 18: 7 to 9 pm - book signing to follow.

At the Threshold of a New World View
We are living at the end of an era, a time of creative chaos. What new structures- social, political, economic, intellectual, psychological, spiritual--are emerging to shape our future?

Saturday, April 19: 9:30 am to 5 pm

Jung, Cosmology, and the Transformation of the Modern Self
"Cosmos" and "psyche" seem poles apart, extremes of outer and inner, objective and subjective. Yet developments in both science and depth psychology reveal that they are deeply entwined. Drawing on insights of Jung and others, Tarnas explores the evolution of the modern view of world and self, which have influenced everything from contemporary religion and psychotherapy to U.S. foreign policy and the global ecological crisis.

Sunday, April 20: 9:30 am to 4 pm

Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View
Richard Tarnas' prize-winning book Cosmos and Psyche goes beyond his acclaimed The Passion of the Western Mind to present 30 years of research radically challenging the modern alienated world view. The revolutionary evidence he provides suggests a systematic correspondence between the archetypal meaning of planetary movements and the collective dynamics of major historical events. The afternoon concentrates on correlations between representative works of art, particularly music, and planetary patterns.

Cost: (weekends and single day rates)
Early bird rate of $199 Canadian for full weekend if registered by Jan. 15, 2008.
After Jan. 15th, $250 for full weekend.

Fri. evening $25
Sat. or Sun. one day $125
Students 20% discount with ID

Where: Primrose Hotel
Carlton Street at Jarvis,
Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Sponsored by The Living Institute and The Canadian Association for Astrological Education.

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