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The C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis
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This little volume showcases the winning entries in a writing contest sponsored by the C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis. The contest was designed to encourage creativity around the theme "Portals to the Sacred from a Jungian Perspective." These writings on "portals to the sacred," also focus on the 2009 and 2011 Jung in the Heartland Conferences, address...
This little volume showcases the winning entries in a writing contest sponsored by the C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis. The contest was designed to encourage creativity around the theme "Portals to the Sacred from a Jungian Perspective." These writings on "portals to the sacred," also focus on the 2009 and 2011 Jung in the Heartland Conferences, address spiritual practice, memory, dreams, literature, art, the unconscious, and, in almost all cases, synchronicity. From the many contest entries, our writing judges, who included two Jungian analysts and a former English instructor, selected the seven finest for awards and publication in this book. Entries came from throughout the United States as well as Hong Kong. The winning entries are: First Place: Over the Rainbow, by Steve Gunn, Boulder, Colorado; Second Place: Saffron Dreaming , by Deborah Fausch, Oak Park, Illinois; Third Place: Why the Portal to the Sacred is So Often Closed: A Grail Perspective , by Ken Schmitz, Cottage Grove, Minnesota. Four additional finalists published here are: Be Astonished by Synchronicities, by Gene Baker, Addison, Texas; Fiction: A Portal to the Sacred , by Phyllis La Plante, Fairfax, Virginia; Traded for the Goddess , by Lorely R. Lather, St. James, Missouri, and My Father's Hand , by Don Wesemann, from Glen Carbon, Illinois. Members of the writing contest committee, all of whom are Board members of the C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis, included chairperson Carol Haake, Sandy Cooper, Rose Holt, Ann Watters, and myself. A special thanks goes to the Board of teh C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis for supporting this project and creating an organization where innovation, service, compassion, humor, and results are the standard. I also deeply appreciate Sandy Cooper, whose tireless and cheerful efforts helped make this publication possible, and Paul E. Jost, our dedicated book designer. Christy Beckmann Editor October, 2011 St. Louis, Missouri
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