The Poetics of Loss
Loss presents us with a shattering of the delicate balance we have struck between the fierceness and beauty of existence. Poetic imagery dissolves the lonely tears of loss and reconnect us to the immediacy of shared experience Drawing on poems from Rumi, Mary Oliver, Rilke among others, Dariane Pictet will explore how bereavement can become a gateway to Jung's process of individuation.
Dariane Pictet is a Jungian Analyst and author of Rumi - Poet of the Heart, and Kali- Goddess of Destruction, both published in The Jungian Odysseys Series by Spring
Books, she also edited two Anthologies of Poetry. Originally from Geneva, Switzerland, she holds a degree in Comparative Religion from Columbia University and a
Diploma from the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She also trained with Marion Woodman and completed the BodySoul Leadership program. She is a senior analyst with
The Guild of Analytical Psychology and Spirituality, The Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists and The International School of Analytical Psychology-Zurich.