C.G. Jung Society 2015 Lecture/Workshop CDs

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James Hollis - Hauntings

$14.00

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LECTURE: Our ancestors believed in ghosts, and perhaps they were not far off the mark as so much of daily life is driven by invisible psychic forces, archaic agendas, and imperious admonitions and prohibitions, all the more powerful because they operate unconsciously. What are the features of such “hauntings,” and how might we gain some further foothold on a more conscious conduct of life? The lecture will explore the concept of personal hauntings. The role of the unconscious in the conduct of daily life will be examined. The significance of “complex” theory as a useful tool for self-examination and psychotherapy will be presented and means of identifying complexes through dream work and pattern analysis discussed. We will work towards enlarging participants’ sense of the many arenas in which energies and concomitant messages from the past direct and contaminate present choices.

James Hollis, Ph.D. is a Zurich-trained, Jungian analyst in private practice in Houston, Texas. He is the author of fourteen books, most recently, Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life, What Matters Most, and Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives.

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James Hollis
Hauntings

$14.00

 

John Gentile - The Hero/1000 Faces: A Storytelling Program

$14.00

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PERFORMACE: Inspired by Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero of a Thousand Faces, this storytelling program features hero tales from the great world’s folk and literary traditions. Among the many “faces” to be explored (not literally 1000) are epic heroes, chivalrous heroes, trickster heroes, mystic heroes, and anti-heroes.

John S. Gentile, Ph.D., a storyteller and theatre artist, has performed throughout the metro-Atlanta area at storytelling festivals and theatres. His adapting and directing credits include Over Nine Waves: Celtic Mythtelling from Ancient Ireland, Dark Forest: Tales and Poems from the Brothers Grimm, Moby-Dick, Red Hanrahan and The Hero’s Journey: Mythic Stories of the Heroic Quest. He is Professor of Performance Studies at Kennesaw State University.

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Marilyn Marshall - Maleficent Awakening

$14.00

LECTURE: Disney’s film Maleficent brings to the screen an archetypal image of the feminine that has waited centuries to be remembered and, finally, invited to the table. Jung remarks that every archetype is capable of development and differentiation, and this modern tale of the rejected feminine illustrates just such a development. As an archetypal image Maleficent affects us and sets in motion a psychic process of transformation. In this presentation, we will explore Maleficent’s critical value, especially regarding the experience of anger and its transformative potential. We will also discuss various themes, tensions and symbols in the film, identify their manifestations in waking life, and consider the purpose for inviting Maleficent, finally, to consciousness.

Marilyn Marshall, LPC is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in New Orleans. She is a senior training analyst of Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the Coordinator of the New Orleans Jungian Seminars. She facilitates dream groups in New Orleans and Baton Rouge and presents lectures, courses and workshops on C.G. Jung’s Analytical Psychology.

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Monika Wikman - Refining the Inner Bullshit Detector

$14.00

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LECTURE: We will look into the mythic patterns of Hermes, hubris and humor that reveal various ways for us humans to get along with the god of insight whose light shines along our paths of individuation. The psyche’s inexhaustible sense of humor about the shit we are in lightens the load, literally—what we suffer, “carry from below,” can become riddled with light via the humor Hermes inspires when we are agile enough to take in new perspectives about our predicaments we face daily. These predicaments psychologically involve our one-sidedness, our unknown shadow sides, our lack of development, our blind and deaf qualities, our hubris and our need to cry out to the great psyche for help. Mythic material revealing Hermes, humor, hubris and the human show will be resourced from various traditions including coyote stories from the North American Southwest Native tribes.

Monika Wikman, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Tesuque, New Mexico and Santa Barbara, California. She is the author of Pregnant Darkness: Alchemy and the Rebirth of Consciousness. She graduated as a diplomat from the Jung-Von Franz Center for Depth Psychology in Zurich. She lectures internationally, and enjoys leading retreats, and collaborating in podcasts on various topics such as mythology and symbolism, dreams and wellness, near death experiences, alchemy, creativity and the subtle body.

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Mark Winborn - Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey

$14.00

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LECTURE: The presentation explores the archetypal journey of the human psyche through an examination of the blues as a musical genre. The genesis, history, and thematic patterns of the blues are examined from an archetypal perspective and various analytic theories—especially the interaction between Erich Neumann’s concept of unitary reality and the blues experience. Mythological and shamanistic parallels are used to provide a deeper understanding of the role of the bluesman, the blues performance, and the innate healing potential of the music. The blues originated in experiences of trauma, oppression, and enslavement but now serves to liberate our emotional lives and facilitate a deeper union with our environment and those around us.

Mark Winborn, PhD, NCPsyA is a Jungian Psychoanalyst and Clinical Psychologist. He received his certificate in Jungian Analysis from the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in 1999. Dr. Winborn is a training/supervising analyst of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and has served on the IRSJA Training Committee. Dr. Winborn currently serves on the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis His publications include Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey.

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Susan Olson - In Praise of Solitude

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LECTURE: In today’s crowded and busy world, our need for solitude is devalued and downplayed. We think that we are wrong, strange, or selfish even to desire it, and we assume that a person who chooses to live, dine, or vacation alone is lonely and longs for company. But the sweetness of solitude and the bitter taste of loneliness are very different. In this presentation we will explore the contrast between the two and examine the value of intentional creative solitude. As you prepare for the lecture, spend a few moments alone and ask yourself how you feel about solitude. Do you love it or dread it? Do you have too much of it, or not enough? Does it revitalize you or depress you? We will consider both sides of these questions and discuss how we can achieve a balance of solitude and community in our lives.

Susan Olson, a 1992 graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich, is a regular speaker at the Atlanta Jung Society. She has a private practice in Atlanta and is on the faculty of the Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar, a training group affiliated with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She presents lectures and workshops nationally and is the author of many articles and a book, By Grief Transformed, a study of dreams and the mourning process.

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Guy Corneau - To Live Again! - lecture

$14.00

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LECTURE: In this lecture, Guy Corneau talks about his passage through the ordeal of cancer. In the first half of the lecture, he addresses the meaning of illness. In the second half, he narrates his experience through its different phases. In the context of his ex-partner dying of cancer in May 2009, he will also talk about accompanying somebody in the process of dying. It is a rendezvous with humor, depth of thought, and emotion.

Guy Corneau is the best-selling author of several books on the subject of personal development, including Absent Fathers, Lost Sons and Lessons in Love. Guy graduated from the C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich and had a private practice for years in Montreal before embarking on his international speaking career. Guy is also a social innovator who founded two self-help networks one for men, another for women. He also created a group, which brought together artists and therapists.

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Guy Corneau - To Live Again! - workshop

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: The workshop accompanying the lecture focuses on how to transform inner states of being by using our creative imagination. By using an inner process, we learn to develop a dialog with the suffering parts in us and to pacify hurtful relationships. Finally, the workshop includes an approach to meditation. It is designed both for people suffering of an illness, and for people wanting to experience joy of being themselves. (With Guided Mediation)

Guy Corneau is the best-selling author of several books on the subject of personal development, including Absent Fathers, Lost Sons and Lessons in Love. Guy graduated from the C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich and had a private practice for years in Montreal before embarking on his international speaking career. Guy is also a social innovator who founded two self-help networks one for men, another for women. He also created a group, which brought together artists and therapists.

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