Schedule

R Tarnas 2012 photo

Richard Tarnas’ schedule of upcoming public lectures, workshops, and conferences:

2014

January 21 – April 30, San Francisco, California: “Archetypal Women” weekly graduate course, California Institute of Integral Studies, Wednesdays 3:00-6:00 pm.

February 28 – March 1, Fort Lauderdale, Florida: “Understanding Our Moment in History,” Center for Jungian Studies of South Florida, Lecture, Friday 7:30-9:30 pm, Workshop Saturday, 9:30 am-4:30 pm. More information

March 21, St. Paul, Minnesota: “Synchronicity and Its Larger Implications,” Minnesota Jung Association, Friday 7:30-9:30 pm. More information

March 22, St. Paul, Minnesota: “The Comic Genius,” Minnesota Jung Association, Saturday 9:30 am-4:30 pm. More information

April 5-6, San Francisco, California: “The Gods at Play: Archetypal Powers and Patterns in the Arts,” California Institute of Integral Studies Public Programs, Saturday 10:00 am-4:30 pm, Sunday 10:00 am-1:00 pm. More information

April 18, Houston, Texas: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” The Jung Center of Houston, Friday 7:00-8:30 pm. More information

April 19, Houston, Texas: “Synchronicity and Its Larger Implications,” The Jung Center of Houston, Saturday 10:00 am-4:00 pm. More information

April 22, San Francisco, California: “A Very Brief History of Western Thought for the College-Bound,” The Urban School, talk for graduating seniors, 1563 Page Street, San Francisco, Tuesday 11:00 am.

May 9, San Francisco, California: “Radical Mythospeculation and a Second Axial Age: Cosmic Evolution and Deep History,” with Brian Swimme, PCC Forum, California Institute of Integral Studies, Friday 6:30-8:30 pm. More information

June 20-22, Santa Barbara, California: “James Hillman and the Return of Soul: A Weekend of Reflections on His Life and Legacy,” Pacifica Graduate Institute, Friday 7:-00-9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Sunday 9:00 am-12:30 pm. More information

September 12-14, Joshua Tree, California: Matter & Psyche Symposium with Rupert Sheldrake, Graham Hancock & Richard Tarnas. More information

 

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Past Events

2013

January 23 – May 8, San Francisco, California: “Psyche & Cosmos I” with Stan Grof, weekly graduate course, California Institute of Integral Studies, Wednesdays 3:00-6:00 pm.

March 15-17, San Rafael, California: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” Wisdom University, Open Secret Bookstore, 923 C Street, San Rafael, Friday 7:00-9:00 pm, Saturday 9:30 am-5:00 pm, Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm. More information

April 11, Seattle, Washington: “The Role of ‘Heroic’ Learning Communities in the Postmodern Age,” Antioch University. More information

April 12, Seattle, Washington: “Is Modern Humanity Undergoing a Rite of Passage?” Seattle Jung Society. More information

April 13, Seattle, Washington: “The Comic Genius: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective,” Seattle Jung Society. More information

April 19-20, Charlotte, North Carolina: “You Are Here: Perspectives on Our Moment in Time,” Charlotte Friends of Jung, Friday 7:30 pm, Saturday 9:30 am. More information and Newsletter.

May 10, Washington, D.C.: “Is Modern Humanity Undergoing a Rite of Passage?” Jung Society of Washington, Memorial Hall, Palisades Community Church, 5200 Cathedral Ave, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20016
Lecture, Friday 7:30-9:00 pm. More information

May 11, Washington, D.C.: “The Comic Genius: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective” Jung Society of Washington, Institute for Spiritual Development, 5419 Sherier Place, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20016,
Workshop, Saturday 9:30 am-3:30 pm. More information

June 21-23, Santa Barbara, California: “The Gods at Play: Archetypal Powers and Patterns in the Arts” Pacifica Graduate Institute, Pacifica Public Programs, Friday 7:00-9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Sunday 9:00 am-12:30 pm. More information

August 27, Black Rock City, Nevada: August 26-September 2 Camp Cosmicopia at 7:15 and J Street, “The Role of ‘Heroic’ Communities in the Postmodern Era,” talk on Tuesday followed by dance party, 8:00 pm.

September 14, Chesterfield, New Hampshire: “The Gods At Play: Archetypal Powers and Patterns in the Arts,” 10:00 am-4:30 pm, Assisi Institute Conference, Riverside Hotel, five minutes from Brattleboro, Vermont. More information

September 20, Cloughton, UK: The British Psychological Society, Transpersonal Psychology Section 17th Annual Conference, keynote address, “Understanding Our Moment in History: Transpersonal Psychology, the Modern Self, and the State of the Planet.” Friday 7:45 pm, Cober Hill, Cloughton near Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK. More information

September 27-29, Wyboston Lakes, near Cambridge, UK: Astrological Association of Great Britain Annual Conference, “The Comic Genius: An Archetypal Perspective,” pre-conference workshop, Friday 2:00-4:30 pm; Carter Memorial Lecture, “The Role of Astrology in a Civilization in Crisis,” Saturday, 11:45 am-12:45 pm. More information

September 30, London, UK: “The Role of Astrology in a Civilization in Crisis” (The Carter Memorial Lecture), Astrological Lodge of London, 7:00-8:00 pm. More information

October 1, London, UK: Scientific and Medical Network London Group,”The Role of ‘Heroic’ Communities in the Postmodern Era,” 7:30 pm, Hampstead, London. More information

October 11-December 6, San Francisco, California: “A Brief History of Western Thought,” graduate lecture course based on The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding the Ideas That Have Shaped Our World View, California Institute of Integral Studies, October 11, 25, November 8, 22, December 6, 3:00-6:00 pm, Namaste Hall. For special student enrollment, contact Aaron Weiss.

November 15-16, Atlanta, Georgia: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” Jung Society of Atlanta, Friday lecture, 7:30 pm; “Synchronicity and Its Larger Implications,” Saturday workshop, 10:00 am-5:00 pm. More information

 

2012

January 18 – May 2, San Francisco, California: “Psyche & Cosmos II, Transits in Depth,” weekly practicum graduate seminar, California Institute of Integral Studies, Wednesdays 3:00-6:00 pm.

January 20 – March 2, San Francisco, California: “James Hillman and Archetypal Psychology: An Introduction,” graduate seminar, California Institute of Integral Studies, Fridays 3:00-6:00 pm.

March 8, Seattle, Washington: “Synchronicity, Romance and Astrology,” Thursday evening lecture, Washington State Astrological Society, Puget Sound Yacht Club, 7:30 pm. More information

March 9, Seattle, Washington: “Our Moment in History and the Evolution of the Modern Self,” Friday evening lecture, Antioch University, 7:00 pm.

March 10, Seattle, Washington: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” all-day Saturday workshop, Washington State Astrological Society, Puget Sound Yacht Club, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm. More information

March 16, San Francisco, California: “Like A Rolling Stone: The Nobility of the Postmodern – and Why the Scientific Quest Against Anthropocentrism Had Been Pursued with Religious Fervor,” Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Forum, California Institute of Integral Studies, Friday 6:30-8:30 pm. Free. More information

March 23-25, Santa Barbara, California: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” Pacifica Graduate Institute public program, Friday 7:00 pm – Sunday 12:30 pm. More information

March 30, St. Paul, Minnesota: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” Minnesota Jung Association, Jeanne d’Arc Auditorium, St. Catherine Campus, Friday evening lecture, 7:30 pm. More information.

March 31, St. Paul, Minnesota: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective,” Minnesota Jung Association, Luther Seminary Campus, Saturday workshop, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. More information

April 20-21, Portland, Oregon: “Our Moment in History,” Oregon Friends of Jung, Friday evening lecture, First United Methodist Church, 7:30 – 9:30 pm; and Saturday workshop, First Unitarian Church, 9:30 am – 2:30 pm. More information

April 28: Evolver Intensive teleseminar conversation with Darrin Drda, “Awakening the Global Heart/Mind.

First session with Richard Tarnas, Saturday, April 28 at 12 noon Pacific, 3 pm Eastern, 8 pm London. More information

May 15, Petaluma, California: Institute of Noetic Sciences, “Understanding Our Moment in History: Is the Modern Human Undergoing a Cosmic Rite of Passage?” Aqus Café. 7 pm. More information

May 16, Lafayette, California: Diablo Institute of Noetic Sciences, “Understanding Our Moment in History.” Lafayette Christian Church, 7 pm.

May 24 – 30, New Orleans: United Astrology Conference, “Myths and Planets,” “Archetypal Cycles and Historical Understanding,” “The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” More information

June 23, San Francisco: “The Comic Genius,” San Francisco Astrological Society 20th Anniversary Party, Fort Mason Building C, Room 360, 7 – 10 pm. More information

July 1 – 7, Chartres, France: “Sacred Astronomy: The Seventh Liberal Art, Astronomica,” Wisdom University. More information

July 11, Leusden, Netherlands: Masterclass on communication in the current era, Logeion, ISVW, 3:30 – 7:30 pm. More information

July 12, Leusden, Netherlands: “The Mystery of Consciousness in a Material Cosmos,” International School voor Wijsbegeerte, 2:30 – 5:00 pm. More information

July 12, Leusden, Netherlands: “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Perspective,” International School voor Wijsbegeerte, 2:30 – 5:00 pm. More information

July 14, Amsterdam, Netherlands: “The Comic Genius,” Amsterdam School of Astrology, Amsterdam Centre, 10:30 am – 5:00 pm. More information

July 27 – 28, Portland, Maine: “Synchronicity and Its Larger Implications,” Friday evening lecture, 7 pm. “The Comic Genius: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective,” Saturday workshop, 10 am – 5 pm. Rines Auditorium, Portland Public Library. More information

September 21-22, Chapel Hill, North Carolina: “Understanding Our Moment in History,” Friday evening lecture, 7:30 pm. “Synchronicity and Its Larger Implications,” Saturday workshop, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. C. G. Jung Society of the Triangle. More information

October 5 – December 14, San Francisco: “A Brief History of Western Thought” (1-unit graduate seminar), California Institute of Integral Studies, 3 – 6 pm, five Fridays (October 5, 19, November 9. 30. December 14). For information on auditing, contact Aaron Weiss.

October 18, San Francisco: “The Role of ‘Heroic’ Communities in the Postmodern Era,” Consciousness Forum, California Institute of Integral Studies.

October 21, San Rafael, California: Bioneers Conference, “Cosmos and Psyche: The Great Transformation,” panel with Brian Swimme, Luisah Teish, Oren Lyons. 4:30 – 6:00 pm. More information

October 27, San Francisco: “The Citizen’s Dilemma in Divisive Times: Four Voices,” symposium with Naomi Lowinsky, Tom Singer, and Richard Stein. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, 10 am – 4 pm.

2011

August 18, London, England: Scientific and Medical Network public lecture, “Our Moment in History and the Evolution of the Modern Self,” 7-9 pm, Colet House, 151 Talgarth Road, London W14. More information

August 21-26, Oxford, England: Oxford University, Summer School, Faculty of Astrological Studies, eight lectures. More information

September 23-25, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute, “Rock and Roll: An Archetypal Perspective,” weekend seminar. More information

October 16, Phoenix, Arizona: Arizona Society of Astrologers, “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective.” Sunday 2:00-4:30 pm.  More information

October 17, Tucson, Arizona: Tucson Astrologers Guild, “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective.” Monday 7:00 pm. More information

October 20-21, Laurel Springs, North Carolina: Laurel Ridge Conference and Retreat Center, Journey Conference – Jung and the Psychology of Spiritual Experience: Moving Towards Wholeness.

Conference lectures: “Understanding Our Moment in History.” (Thursday evening,
October 20.)

“Synchronicity and Its Implications.” (Friday morning, October 21.) More information

Preconference workshop: “Discerning the Spirit of Our Age: An Archetypal Astrological
Perspective.” (Thursday morning and afternoon, October 20.) More information

October 22, Cincinnati, Ohio: Greater Cincinnati Friends of Jung, “Jung, Cosmology, and the Transformation of the Modern Self.” Saturday 9:30 am – 1:00 pm. More information

October 29, San Francisco, California: NCGR San Francisco, “The Astrology of Rock and Roll.” Saturday 10:30 am – 5:30 pm, Fort Mason, Room C-260. More information

November 12-13, San Francisco, California: CIIS Public Program, “Understanding Our Moment in History: An Archetypal Astrological Perspective.”
Saturday evening lecture: 7:00-9:00 pm.
Sunday workshop: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. More information

2009

January 9, Boulder, Colorado: Newfield Network, Foundations course guest lecture, “Understanding Our Moment in History.”

February 10, Santa Barbara, California: “Myth and Our Moment in History,” visiting lecturer, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Mythological Studies Program.

February 11, Santa Barbara, California: “Mythology and Contemporary Inflections,” guest lecture, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Humanities Program.

February 13 and 15, San Francisco, California: “The Comic Genius: A Multidisciplinary Approach,” co-taught with John Cleese, graduate seminar open to outside auditors, California Institute of Integral Studies, 9:30 am – 6:00 pm, four all-day classes, Fridays and Sundays, with part two on March 20 and 22.

February 22, San Francisco, California: “The Art and Discipline of Writing,” one-day workshop, Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm, Namaste Hall, California Institute of Integral Studies Public Programs. More information

February 28, Rohnert Park, California: “Depth Psychology’s Deepening Journey: From the Unconscious to the Anima Mundi,” Visiting Scholars Lecture, 10 am – 2 pm, Sonoma State University, Depth Psychology Program.

March 7, Santa Barbara, California: “My Journey So Far,” visiting lecturer, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Depth Psychotherapy Program.

March 28, April 11, April 25, San Francisco, California: “Nietzsche, Freud, Jung: An Archetypal Perspective,” all-day seminar series on three Saturdays, 10 am – 4 pm, C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. More information

April 17-18, Columbus, Ohio: “Jung, Cosmology, and the Transformation of the Modern Self,” Friday evening lecture and Saturday workshop, C. G. Jung Association of Central Ohio. More information

May 22-24, Seattle, Washington: NORWAC conference, “Art, Culture, and the Planetary Archetypes” (pre-conference workshop), and two lectures, “Planets, Politics, and Our Changing Zeitgeist,” and “Deepening Transit Analysis.” More information

June 12, Findhorn, Scotland: “At the Threshold of a New World View,” Friday evening lecture, 7:30 – 9:30pm, Universal Hall, The Park, Findhorn, Moray.

June 13, Findhorn, Scotland: “Cosmos and Psyche: Art, Culture and Planetary Archetypes,” one-day Saturday seminar, 9:30 – 12:30 & 14:00 – 17:30, Moray Arts Centre, The Park, Findhorn, Moray.

July 6-10, July 13-14, San Francisco: With Stanislav Grof, “Psyche and Cosmos: Transpersonal Psychology and Archetypal Astrology,” California Institute of Integral Studies, summer term 7-day intensive graduate seminar. (Open to non-CIIS students for auditing, contact Jessica Kostosky,jkostosky@ciis.eduMore information

July 17, Boulder, Colorado: Newfield Network, Foundations course guest lecture, “Understanding the Modern Mind.” More information

July 26-31, Big Sur, California: “Psyche, Cosmos, and the Arts,” 5-day workshop with Stanislav Grof, Esalen Institute. More information

October 9-10, Brunswick, Maine: C. G. Jung Center for Studies of Analytic Psychology, Mildred Harris Lecture and Seminar, Friday evening lecture, Saturday seminar. More information

November 6, Weston, Florida: “Questions and answers about philosophy and The Passion of the Western Mind,” Cypress Bay High School.

November 6-7, Fort Lauderdale, Florida: South Florida Astrological Association, Friday evening lecture, Saturday workshop.

November 12-14, Washington, D.C.: State of the World Forum, “Saving Civilization: An Integral Approach to Climate Change,” Hilton Hotel. More information


2008

January 20, San Francisco: “The Art and Discipline of Writing,” one-day workshop, California Institute of Integral Studies Public Programs. More information

January 24-28, Sydney, Australia: Federation of Australian Astrologers Conference, opening keynote, “Is Astrology at the Threshold of a New Era?” and Post-conference Workshop, “Harmonies of the Spheres.” More information

February 8-11, Inverness, Scotland: Scientific and Medical Network, invitational conference on cosmology, Cawdor Castle. More information

February 14-17, Barcelona and Madrid, Spain: launch of Spanish edition of Cosmos and Psyche, interviews and booksignings.

March 5, The Hague, Netherlands: Symposium on Creating a Sustainable Society, “The Evolution of the Western Mind-Set,” lecture, Nature College Foundation. More information

March 6, Amsterdam, Netherlands: “Discovering One’s Mission, Attuning to the Whole,” lecture, 4:30 pm, Juxtaposition. More information

March 8, Amsterdam, Netherlands: “Cosmos and Psyche” and “Understanding the Planetary Archetypes through the Arts,” one-day workshop, 10:30 am ­ 5:00 pm, Amsterdam School of Astrology.

March 11-13, San Jose, Costa Rica: Meeting of the Alliance for a New Humanity, “A Symphony of Transformation: Human Forum 2008,” with Oscar Arias and Deepak Chopra. More information

March 16, Boulder, Colorado: Newfield Network, Foundations course, guest lecturer.

March 27, San Francisco: “From Psyche to Cosmos: A Journey of Initiation into the Astrological Mystery,” San Francisco Astrological Society, 7:30 pm. More information

April 3, Boulder, Colorado: Newfield Network, Foundations course, guest lecturer.

April 4, Santa Fe, New Mexico: “At the Threshold of a New World View,” lecture, 7:00 pm, Sophia Center.

April 5, Santa Fe, New Mexico: “Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View,” 9:30 am ­ 5:00 pm, Sophia Center.

April 12-13, San Francisco: “James Hillman and Archetypal Psychology: An Introduction,” two-day graduate seminar, California Institute of Integral Studies.

April 17, Toronto, Canada: “Cosmos, Psyche, and the Birth Chart of Rudolf Steiner,” 7:30 pm, Rudolf Steiner Centre.

April 18-20, Toronto, Canada: “Cosmos and Psyche: Transforming the Modern World,” weekend workshop, The Living Institute. More information

April 22, Amherst, Massachusetts: “Science, Values, and Spirituality,” guest lecture with Arthur Zajonc, Amherst College.

May 9, Portland, Oregon: “Synchronicity and Its Implications,” lecture, 7:30 pm; Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung. More information

May 10, Portland, Oregon: “Art, Culture, and the Planetary Archetypes,” workshop, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm, Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung. More information

May 15-20, Denver, Colorado: United Astrology Conference, two lectures, Astrology and the Philosopher’s Stone” and “Harmonies of the Spheres,” plus pre-conference workshop, “Deepening Transit Analysis.” More information

May 28-30 and June 2-4, San Francisco: With Stanislav Grof, “Psyche and Cosmos: Transpersonal Psychology and Archetypal Astrology,” California Institute of Integral Studies, summer term 6-day intensive graduate seminar (open to non-CIIS students for auditing, contact Jessica Kostosky,jkostosky@ciis.edu). More information

June 16-17, Ascona, Switzerland: Eranos Foundation, “Psyche and Cosmos in the 21st Century: Archetypes, Synchronicity, and Astrology,” two-day seminar with Stanislav Grof.

July 6-11, Big Sur, California: “Psyche, Cosmos, and the Arts,” 5-day workshop with Stanislav Grof, Esalen Institute.

August 13-22, Zürich and Ascona, Switzerland: Pacifica Eranos Legacy Tour, “Depth Psychology’s Deepening Journey: From the Unconscious to Anima Mundi,” at Eranos. More information

August 23-24, Ascona, Switzerland: Psyche and the World, Pacifica Symposium on Engaged Depth Psychology, “Post-Jungian Traditions of Depth Psychology,” at Eranos. More information

September 12, 14, San Francisco: “Nietzsche, Freud, and Jung: An Archetypal Perspective,” graduate seminar open to outside auditors, California Institute of Integral Studies, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm, first of six all-day classes on Fridays and Sundays (later meetings are October 24 and 26, November 14 and 16), contact Jessica Kostosky, jkostosky@ciis.edu. More information

September 19-20, Sedona, Arizona: Blast Astrology Conference, Friday evening plenary lecture, “Is Astrology at the Threshold of a New Era?”; Saturday morning workshop, “Art, Culture, and Planetary Archetypes.” More information

September 21, Boulder, Colorado: Newfield Network, Foundations course guest lecture, “Understanding the Modern Mind.” More information

September 27, Oakbrook, Illinois: Guest lecturer, “Entering the Castle” workshop series, Doubletree Hotel, CMED Institute. More information

September 28, Chicago, Illinois: Public lecture, Arcturus and the Anthroposophical Society.

October 3, Boulder, Colorado: Newfield Network, Foundations course guest lecture, “Bringing It All Back Home.” More information

October 5—10, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute Visiting Teacher, Retreat for CIIS Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program.

October 15-18, Coral Gables, Florida: Newfield Network Annual Alumni Conference, “In a Time of Unprecedented Change.” More information

October 17-18, Fort Lauderdale, Florida: South Florida Astrological Association, Friday evening lecture, Saturday workshop

November 3-7, Mill Valley, California: Wisdom University course, co-taught with Stanislav Grof, “Psyche and Cosmos: Transpersonal Psychology and Archetypal Astrology,” Ralston White Retreat Center. More information

2007

January 8–10, San Francisco: “Understanding Our Moment in History,” Opening Address, Forum on Cross-Cultural Inspiration, Presidio Golden Gate Club.

January 26–27, San Francisco: “Archetypal Process: Whitehead, Jung, and the Meeting of Cosmology and Psychology,” graduate seminar co-taught with Brian Swimme, California Institute of Integral Studies (February 16-17, April 20-21).

February 4, San Francisco: “The Art and Discipline of Writing,” one-day workshop, California Institute of Integral Studies Public Programs.

February 23-24, San Francisco: “Cosmos and Psyche,” Friday lecture and Saturday workshop, San Francisco Jung Institute.

March 8–11, Baltimore, Maryland: Keynote speaker, National Council of Geocosmic Research Annual Conference, “Is Astrology at the Threshold of a New Era?” plus pre-conference workshop, “Harmonies of the Spheres,” March 8.

March 12, Washington, D.C: “Jung, Cosmology, and the Transformation of the Modern Self,” The Washington Society for Jungian Psychology, 7:30 pm.

March 16-18, Santa Barbara, California: Keynote speaker, “Approaching the Moral Challenge of Our Age: An Archetypal Perspective,” Foundation for Mythological Studies “Nature and Human Nature” conference, Pacifica Graduate Institute Ladera Campus.

April 1-10, Florianopolis, Brazil: Seminar, Wasiwaska Research Centre, “Cosmos and Psyche in the 21st Century.”

April 13-14, Portland, Oregon: “Cosmos and Psyche: Jungian Archetypes, Synchronicity, and Astrology,” Friday lecture and Saturday workshop, Oregon Friends of Jung Society.

April 17, Mill Valley, California: “The 1960s and the Cultural Background of ‘Hair,'” Lecture for the Mountain Theater cast of “Hair,” Park School.

April 19, San Francisco: “The Narrative Imagination: Human Illusion or Deep Truth,” Public Programs “Power of Story” Lecture Series, California Institute of Integral Studies.

April 27-28, Boise, Idaho: “A New Vision of Cosmos and Psyche,” Friday lecture and Saturday workshop, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

May 13–18, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute, “Secret States: Altered States of Consciousness and Western Esotericism,” Center for Theory and Research Conference (invitational).

May 16, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute, Richard Tarnas in Conversation with Stanislav Grof, “Esotericism and Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness,” Huxley, 8:00 pm.

May 25-28, Seattle, Washington: NORWAC conference, two lectures, plus post-conference workshop, “Harmonies of the Spheres,” May 28, 10:00-4:30. More information

June 1–3, Ascona, Switzerland: Eranos Foundation Conference, Keynote lecture, “The Western Legacy and Our Global Future.”

June 4, Ascona, Switzerland: Eranos, “Jung, Cosmology, and the Transformation of the Modern Self,” one-day seminar, 9:00-17:00.

June 13, Mill Valley, California: Depot Bookstore, lecture and booksigning, 7:30 pm. More information

June 19–24, Grafton, Australia: 5th International Philosophy, Science, and Theology Festival, Keynote lecture, “The Western Legacy and Our Global Future.”

June 26–27, Sydney, Australia: “Cosmos and Psyche,” Holotropic Breathwork module, with Tav Sparks (June 26 – July 1). More information

June 29 – July 1, Melbourne, Australia: “Cosmos and Psyche,” Astrosynthesis Centre, Friday Lecture and Saturday-Sunday Workshops, Academic Centre, University of Melbourne.

July 13–18, Cortes Island, British Columbia: Hollyhock Retreat Centre, “Cosmos and Psyche,” 5-day workshop. More information

July 19, Vancouver, British Columbia: Lecture and booksigning, Vancouver Public Library and Banyen Books, 7:30 pm. More information

July 25, Santa Cruz, California: Lecture and booksigning, Gateways Bookstore, 7 pm.

July 30 – August 7, San Francisco:: With Stanislav Grof, “Psyche and Cosmos: Transpersonal Psychology and Archetypal Astrology,” summer term 7-day intensive graduate seminar (open for auditing to non-CIIS students, contact Jessica Kostosky, 415-575-6270), California Institute of Integral Studies. More information

September 7 and 9, San Francisco: With Stanislav Grof, “Art, Psyche, and Cosmos,” fall semester graduate seminar, first of six all-day classes on Fridays and Sundays (later meetings are October 12 and 14, November 9 and 11, open for auditing to non-CIIS students, contact Jessica Kostosky, 415-575-6270), California Institute of Integral Studies.

October 20, Chicago, Illinois: Guest lecture, CMED Institute, Caroline Myss workshop series “Entering the Castle.” More information

October 29 – November 2, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute Visiting Teacher, Retreat for CIIS Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program.

November 5, Santa Barbara, California: “Richard Tarnas in Conversation with John Cleese,” Mind and Supermind Lecture Series, Lobero Theatre, 7:30 pm.

COSMOS AND PSYCHE BOOK TOUR – 2006 

February 1, Denver, Colorado: Tattered Cover Bookstore, 7:30 pm.

February 2, Seattle, Washington: University Bookstore, 7 pm.

February 5, Corte Madera, California: Book Passage, 2 pm and 4 pm.

February 16, Menlo Park, California: Kepler’s Books, 7:30 pm.

February 17, San Francisco: California Institute of Integral Studies Book signing and dialogue, 7 pm.

February 19, Sonoma, California: Readers’ Books, 2 pm.

February 25, Carmel/Monterey, California Unitarian Universalist Church with Thunderbird Bookstore, 490 Aguajito, Carmel, 3 pm.

February 27, Santa Barbara, California: Mind and Supermind Series, Marjorie Luke Theatre, 7:30 pm.

March 1, San Francisco: A Clean Well Lighted Place, 7 pm.

March 2, Berkeley: Cody’s Bookstore, 7:30 pm.

April 13, San Francisco: Field’s Bookstore, 7 pm.


2006 

March 22, New York, NY: “Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View,” Mindshift Institute, Pratt Mansion, Fifth Avenue, 7 pm.

March 24, New York, NY: “Cosmos, Psyche, and Rudolf Steiner,” New York Anthroposophical Society.

April 8–9, Santa Barbara: Pacifica Graduate Institute, public workshop: “Jung, Cosmology, and the Transformation of the Modern Self”.

April 22, San Francisco: “Our Evolutionary Moment,” panel presentation, Earth Day Digital Be-In.

April 28–29, St. Paul, Minnesota: “Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View,” Noetic Marketplace, Friday lecture and Saturday workshop.

May 9, San Francisco: CIIS Breakfast for the Soul, Green’s Restaurant, 8 am.

June 5–16, San Francisco: “Psyche and Cosmos: Transpersonal Psychology and Archetypal Astrology,” two-week seminar cotaught with Stanislav Grof, California Institute of Integral Studies.

July 1 – 2, Zurich, Switzerland: “Our Spiritual Path and the Practice of Astrology,” two-day workshop, Schule fur Erwachsene.

July 3, Zurich, Switzerland: “Major Planetary Alignments and the Zeitgeist,” lecture, Swiss Astrological Association.

July 5, London, England: Scientific and Medical Network, “Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View,” lecture and booksigning.

July 8: London, England: Centre for Psychological Astrology, “Music, History, and Archetypes,” all-day seminar, Regents College.

July 21–23, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute, “Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View,” weekend seminar.

August 20–25, Oxford, England: Oxford University, Summer School of the Faculty of Astrological Studies.

August 28, San Francisco: “Synchronicity and Its Implications,” graduate seminar, opening class, California Institute of Integral Studies (Mondays through fall, 11:45am-2:45 pm).

August 29, San Francisco: “Intimations of a New World View” graduate seminar, opening class, California Institute of Integral Studies (Tuesdays through fall, 3:00 – 6:00 pm).

September 16, Oakbrook, Illinois: CMED Institute, Doubletree Hotel. Guest lecture for Caroline Myss workshop series, “Entering the Castle”.

September 24, Santa Barbara, California: “Astrology, Archetypes, and the Arts,” 1-5 pm, last Sunday of each month (October 29, November 26). Fall benefit series for the Academy of Healing Arts for Teens.

September 28, San Francisco: Institute of Noetic Sciences, Bay Area Science and Spirit Dialogues, “Taboos in Science and Religion,” Richard Tarnas and Dean Radin, Unitarian Universalist Church, 1187 Franklin Street, San Francisco.

September 29, Santa Cruz, California: radio interview on KKUP with Eric Meese, 2–3 pm.

October 7, San Francisco: “The Emerging Synthesis of Archetypal Astrology and Depth Psychology,” 1:30 – 5:30 pm, California Institute of Integral Studies Public Program.

October 13–15, Santa Barbara: “Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View,” Pacifica Graduate Institute Public Program.

October 19, Boulder, Colorado: Keynote Speaker, Newfield Network Annual Conference, “World Trends”.

October 22–27, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute Visiting Teacher, Retreat for CIIS Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program.

November 9–18: Bali, “Anima Mundi and Co-Creating the Future with Astrology,” nine-day workshop.

December 1: Sausalito, California: “Sources of Spiritual Orientation in a Disoriented Age,” CIIS Lunch for the Soul series, Gaylord’s Restaurant.

December 3–8, Big Sur, California: Esalen Institute, “Why Is the Panentheistic Vision Not Dominant in the Current Age,” Center for Theory and Research Conference (invitational) “Evolutionary Metaphysics: Exploring a New World Vision.”

December 14, San Francisco: “Becoming Whole Again: The Role of Body, Soul, and Cosmos in the Journey of Psychospiritual Transformation,” Full Spectrum Progressive Psychology Center, 100 North Point Street, evening lecture.

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