Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames – A Celebration of Soulful Relationship

Keren Vishny
October 9, 2011

The film Dancing in the Flames introduces the life and work of Marion Woodman, a renowned Jungian Analyst, celebrated for her work on feminine psychology and addiction. With compassion and humor, Marion invites us to share in experiences of her own soul journey. Accompanied by esteemed author and mystic Andrew Harvey, Marion reveals a series of psychologicial 'deaths' and 'rebirths' that  have made her who she is today.

Also featured in this film is Marion's husband, Ross Woodman, Emeritus Professor, University of Western Ontario. As Ross and Marion speak of their life together, we bear witness to a profound interweaving of inner soul work and outer relationship. Join us for a viewing of this remarkable film followed by a short reflective exercise and a discussion.

This program is co-sponsored by C.G. Jung Center and the Marion Woodman Foundation.

How to Register:

To register to to or call 847-475-4848, x. 221




3 CEUs offered.