C.G. Jung Society 1998 Lecture/Workshop CDs

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John Beebe - Typology and Integrity

$14.00

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LECTURE: Integrity means standing for something--in our relations with ourselves, our loved ones, and the world. It involves the ability to accept responsibility for the other in a way that allows us to remain true to ourselves. Dr. John Beebe explores C.G. Jung's theory of psychological types as a key to the living reality of moral integrity.

John Beebe, M.D. , is a Jungian analyst in private practice in San Francisco. An internationally recognized clinical teacher of Jungian psychology, he is founding editor of the San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal where his movie reviews have run since 1980. Dr. Beebe is author of Integrity in Depth, a study of the archetype of integrity. He can be seen discussing American movies in the 1990 award-winning documentary "The Wisdom of the Dream."

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Beebe - Missed Integrity: A View of the American Psyche from Film

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: American films are notoriously critical of the American character, often reflecting our national disappointment with our fellow citizens' integrity. In a funny and deeply felt set of meditations on this theme, James Brooks' award-winning "Broadcast News" - about the psychological clashes within a network television news team - is unusually effective in illustrating the types and complexes of the American psyche that sabbotage its moral character. In this daylong workshop led by Beebe, he explores the film and connects its characters and actions to the fragmentation of contemporary culture

John Beebe, M.D. , is a Jungian analyst in private practice in San Francisco. An internationally recognized clinical teacher of Jungian psychology, he is founding editor of the San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal where his movie reviews have run since 1980. Dr. Beebe is author of Integrity in Depth, a study of the archetype of integrity. He can be seen discussing American movies in the 1990 award-winning documentary "The Wisdom of the Dream."

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John Giannini - Typological Directions for a Fuller Life - Lecture

$14.00

LECTURE: The opening lecture will explore the historical reasons contributing to the lack of understanding between two Jungian-based communities: the analysts and the Meyers-Briggs practitioners. We may also discuss competing models of typology, the Singer-Loomis and the Keirsey-Bates temperament theory.

John Giannini is a graduate of the Interregional Society. He has an MA in Psychology and Religion from the University of Chicago, and an MBA from Stanford. He is on the faculty of the Chicago Jung Society.

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John Giannini - Typological Directions for a Fuller Life - Workshop

$28.00

WORKSHOP: John Giannini will lay out the archetypal pictures of the four type couplings--that is, the four combinations of perception and judging that constitute the type mandala: sensing-thinking, sensing-feeling, intuitive-feeling and intuitive-thinking. We will begin the exploration of the archetypal structures of typology and consider their connection with Wolff's four cultural archetypes, Hermann's four metaphorical brain quadrants, Erickson's four life stages and Deming's four disciplines of organizational philosophy. We will play these couplings in relationship to the life stages, the creative process, dreams and issues of love and work. We will also consider how they aid us in the individuation process.

John Giannini is a graduate of the Interregional Society. He has an MA in Psychology and Religion from the University of Chicago, and an MBA from Stanford. He is on the faculty of the Chicago Jung Society.

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Lionel Corbett - A Depth Psychological Approach to the Divine

$14.00

LECTURE: We are sadly in need of a new concept of divinity; the old idea of God as a divine parent, judge or celestial mechanic no longer serves. Many people with a strong personal sense of the sacred no longer find this dimension within traditional religious systems. However, new forms of the sacred are to be found in areas such as relationships, the natural world, the body, our psychopathology, and within the spontaneous products of transpersonal levels of the psyche. This lecture by Dr. Corbett describes some of the implications of the idea that attention to the larger psyche is becoming a new religious practice.

Dr. Lionel Corbett trained in medicine and psychiatry in England, and as a Jungian Analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He is particularly interested in the synthesis of psychoanalytic and Jungian thought. His primary dedication is to the religious function of the psyche, especially the way in which personal religious experience is relevant to individual psychology, and to developing psychotherapy as a spiritual practice.

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Lionel Corbett - The Religious Function of the Psyche

$24.00

WORKSHOP: For many of us, traditional concepts of God, and the religious systems on which these ideas are built, have less and less meaning. But if we nevertheless have a profound sense of the sacred in our lives, we need a language and an approach that deals with sacred experience without trying to confine it within a Judeo-Christian model. This workshop describes a depth psychological approach to spirituality that is based purely on personal experience and individual psychology, without recourse to theological or other preconceived ideas about the nature of God.

Dr. Lionel Corbett trained in medicine and psychiatry in England, and as a Jungian Analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He is particularly interested in the synthesis of psychoanalytic and Jungian thought. His primary dedication is to the religious function of the psyche, especially the way in which personal religious experience is relevant to individual psychology, and to developing psychotherapy as a spiritual practice.

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Daniel Noel - The Soul of Shamanism

$14.00

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LECTURE: Based on his book, The Soul of Shamanism: Western Fantasies, Imaginal Realities, Daniel Noel's lecture identifies the scholars, storytellers and seekers of the shaman's wisdom who have contributed to the creation of Western neoshamanism. His talk also points out the problems and opportunities facing us as a result of this creation. On the one hand, neoshamanic fantasies - in that they are "unconscious" and "cross-cultural" - risk being also "delusional" and "colonialist." On the other hand, if these fantasies can be brought to full awareness and interacted with as spontaneous imaginings, they can become a new shamanism for the modern West.

Daniel Noel teaches in nontraditional programs at Vermont College and Pacifica Graduate Institute. Along with his new book, he has published five others including Seeking Castaneda and Paths to the Power of Myth. He presents his work widely and leads tours to Britain and the American Southwest.

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Jacqueline Wright - The Forbidden Door

$14.00

Jacqueline Wright, Ed.D. received her Doctorate in Counseling from the University of Memphis and her diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich. She is a member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She has a clinical practice in Atlanta, offering analysis and psychotherapy to individuals and couples. In addition to her private practice, Jacqueline lectures and conducts workshops on topics related to Jungian psychology.

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