A Reading and Book Signing:
The Butterfly Effect from an Imaginal Perspective ~
Quantum Physics, the Shadow, and Collective Transformation
Please come and join me on Saturday, February 2nd, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles for the launch celebration of Return of the Butterfly!
Presented by Sharon Heath, M.A., M.F.T.
Come celebrate with us the release of Jungian analyst Sharon Heath’s third novel of The Fleur Trilogy, Return of the Butterfly!
How do you maintain your balance in a world turned upside down? Buffeted by dire winds of climate change, Nobel scientist and odd duck extraordinaire Fleur Robins rides rough waves of sexual betrayal and gender fluidity, bullying and loss, as she and her physics team speed up their efforts to ensure a viable future for the world’s children—including her own. Thanks to her fascination with the void; a vivid imagination; a loving, if eccentric, extended family; and a couple of dogs named Hot Sauce and Good Time Charlie, she finds her way to surprising new ground.
Sharon Heath, M.A., M.F.T. is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Los Angeles. Her work has been published in Psychological Perspectives and Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche. She has blogged for TerraSpheres and the Huffington Post, and she blogs on current affairs at www.sharonheath.com. She is a contributor to Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way, edited by Naomi Lowinsky and Patricia Damery, and Depth Psychology and the Digital Age, edited by Bonnie Bright. Thomas-Jacob Publishing has released her three novels of The Fleur Trilogy, The History of My Body (second edition, 2016), Tizita (2017), and now Return of the Butterfly.
Admission is free, but please do sign up via this link here, so we know you're coming. Copies of the book will be available for sale, which I'll be delighted to sign. Or bring your own if you've already purchased one.I'm so looking forward to seeing you there!
And Happy New Year! May the coming year bring you and your beloveds good health, belly laughs galore, and many sweet surprises, and may we each bend our little lights toward healing our beautiful, but troubled world.