Tuesday 17th March 2015 at 8.15pm
Association of Jungian Analysts, 7 Eton Avenue, London NW3 3EL
Leading Edge Series initiated by Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer


presented by Alan Mulhern and Lindsey Harris

In anticipation of a forthcoming publication on the theme of the development of human consciousness, the two collaborators of The Sower and the Seed,
Alan Mulhern and Lindsey Harris, will present an evening of original art and poetry taken from the book’s underlying themes. Through the medium of artistic and mytho-poetic expression, the presenters attempt to open the field of vision to survey the scope of what it is to be human – simultaneously the quest of the individual and the collective. Prepare for images and poems on Paradise, the Fall, Lucifer, Banishment, Evil and Transcendence!

“As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being ……..The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play of instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves. ” C.G. Jung

Alan Mulhern, trained at the Association of Jungian Analysts, is a practising Jungian psychotherapist in London. He is author of Healing Intelligence: The Spirit in Psychotherapy (Karnac 2013) and The Sower and the Seed (Karnac 2015), a visionary text, illustrated by Lindsey Harris, and a platform for this Leading Edges seminar. He has also taught economics and philosophy for many years and is Programme Director of the Quest Series.

Lindsey Harris is a Jungian analyst and professional member of AJA. She has worked in the field of art history lecturing, local government arts development and individual art practice. She has exhibited art work in various galleries, including currently in the AJA Meeting room. She is a member of AJA Council and also serves on the Summer Course Planning Committee of the Champernowne Trust for Psychotherapy and the Arts. She has a private practice in Wandsworth.

Reservations please
AJA: BELL 3 – 7 Eton Ave London NW3 3EL Tel:  020 7794 8711 – email:
Admission: £6.00 for AJA members, £ 12.00 for non-members