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RSVP – Book Launch: Transitions in Jungian Analysis: Essays on Illness, Death and Violence by Pamela Power, Ph.D.
Presented by Pamela Power, Ph.D. Pre-order a signed copy of Transitions in Jungian Analysis HERE! We are happy to announce the release of Pamela Power's book, Transitions in Jungian Analysis: Essays on Illness, Death and Violence, on February 29. It is a collection of essays written over the past 20 years. Some have…Find out more »
Presented by MARIAN DUNLEA, M.Sc. "No individuation can take place without the body...It is the spirit of this particular body, and it is this particular body that makes this thing particular." Jung, 1088, p.64 BodyDreaming brings out attention to our body's innate capacity for self-regulation, which is fundamental to our…Find out more »
Presented by Marion Anderson 4 Tuesdays, 2 pm-4 pm online: April 2, 9, 16, 23, 2024 - Limited Enrolment. “The collective unconscious -so far as we can say anything about it at all-appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images…In fact, the whole of mythology could be taken as…Find out more »
Presented by George Bright Jung’s Red Book and Liber Novus corpus comprise some 100,000 words of dense and often puzzling text plus a substantial number of images worked in meticulous and complex detail. They present a serious challenge to the reader and in the fifteen years since publication, many potential…Find out more »
Saturday, June 1st, join us at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles for our Summer Book Sale to benefit the Max and Lore Zeller Library! Browse hundreds of excellent secondhand titles on Jungian and general psychology, philosophy, esoterica, religion, symbolism, mythology, fairy tales, and more with prices starting as…Find out more »
In-Person + Zoom: Jung’s Signature Concepts in the Light of the Red Book Liber Novus: “The Self” & “Individuation”
Presented by George Bright Jung’s signature concept of individuation originates in his Red and Black Books material and reference to these clarifies that it has little to do with the common contemporary travesty of it as a self-improvement project managed by the conscious ego and leading to a vague ideal…Find out more »
In-Person + Zoom: Jung’s Signature Concepts in the Light of the Red Book Liber Novus: “Archetype” & “Collective Unconscious”
Presented by George Bright Jung first introduced the term ‘archetype’ in London, July 1919 in a paper given to a joint conference of the British Psychological Society, the Aristotelean Society and Mind. His “short history of the archetype” has mistakenly been regarded as an account of from where he derived…Find out more »
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