C.G. Jung Society 2011 Lecture/Workshop CDs

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Jean Shinoda Bolen - Path with Soul: One Step at a Time Individuation

$24.00

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WORKSHOP:This workshop will draw upon poetic metaphor and myth to illuminate the path we are traveling. Each of us is an unfinished work in process that is shaped by large and small choices we make with intended and unintended consequences. Major unexpected and difficult changes occur in relationships, finances, and health. Once we realize that dreams, physical symptoms, moods, addictions, joy, contentment, gratitude and creativity are all indications about how we are doing, we can check in with ourselves and get our bearings. The call to choose a path with soul is a heart choice, it may begin as an inner journey into the underworld or with an act of courage which may take us into uncertainty or be a call to adventure.

Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D, is a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, past clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California San Francisco, author and activist. She is an internationally known speaker who draws from spiritual, feminist, Jungian, medical and personal wellsprings of experience. Her books include Goddesses in Everywoman, Gods in Everyman, Close to the Bone, The Millionth Circle, Goddesses in Older Women, Crones Don't Whine, Urgent Message from Mother and Like a Tree

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Jean Bolen
Path with Soul: One Step at a Time Individuation

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James Hollis - Stories that Tell Us - Lecture

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LECTURE: Our lives course with stories, stories that run through us from ancestors, stories we tell others and tell ourselves, and stories of which we are unaware and thereby tell us. We will reflect on the role these stories play in the shaping of our lives, and how they invite us to greater consciousness of what invisibly informs the visible world.

James Hollis, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst in Houston, Texas, Director of the Saybrook Graduate School Jungian Studies program in San Francisco, and author of thirteen books, the latest being What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life.

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James Hollis
Stories Told, Stories Untold, Stories that Tell Us - Lecture

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James Hollis - Stories that Tell Us - Workshop

$24.00

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LECTURE: Our lives course with stories, stories that run through us from ancestors, stories we tell others and tell ourselves, and stories of which we are unaware and thereby tell us. We will reflect on the role these stories play in the shaping of our lives, and how they invite us to greater consciousness of what invisibly informs the visible world.

James Hollis, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst in Houston, Texas, Director of the Saybrook Graduate School Jungian Studies program in San Francisco, and author of thirteen books, the latest being What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life.

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Stories Told, Stories Untold, Stories that Tell Us - Workshop

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Catherine Meeks - Crossing Inner Borders

$14.00

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LECTURE: The shadow and its projections upon others continues to be one of the most profound hindrances to crossing the borders of perceived difference and creating authentic community. This lecture calls upon "The Talking Eggs" and several other Cinderella stories along with C.G. Jung to assist in illuminating the challenges that we face in our efforts to create viable community across the many illusions that we have constructed around difference and the manner in which our shadow projections support those illusions. The stories which are included bear witness to the fact that the withdrawal of projections help to facilitate new life and authentic community just as Jung predicted.

Catherine Meeks, Ph.D. is the retired Clara Carter Acree Distinguished Professor of Socio-cultural Studies and Director of the Lane Center for Community Engagement and Service from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. Her primary work focused upon helping students find their inner activist and to put that energy to work in exploring their ideas about others and in determining the kind of world that they wish to help to construct. The ideas of C.G. Jung, stories from African and African Americans, the Bible and the many stories from the experiences of her students both in the college classroom and in workshops have contributed much to her understanding of the world and the way that she chooses to live in it.

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Jutta von Buchholtz - The Way of the Dream Part 2: Me and My Shadow

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LECTURE:The lecture follows the viewing of two excerpts of "The Way of the Dream", in which Jungian analyst Fraser Boa discusses dreams of the shadow with Marie-Louise von Franz. The shadow often is the more natural man/woman. Everybody casts a shadow—it is that which deeply unites us with humanity. Jung considered engaging with the shadow the first step in the search for the psychic gold, i.e. the journey of our individuation.

Jutta von Buchholtz is a Zurich diplomate senior Jungian analyst. She is involved in training of analysts both in the USA (Memphis and New Orleans) as well as in Zurich, Switzerland. She enjoys conducting retreats, workshops, lectures and seminars. She has a special interest in dreams, myths and fairy tales (she has a PhD in medieval literature) and is intrigued by how the archetypal energies addressed in them play themselves out now, in the twenty first century.

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Sharon Martin - The Dark Night of the Soul

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LECTURE:Symptoms and neuroses are messages from the soul, and indicate an urge to reach a higher level of consciousness. We naturally resist difficult symptoms and often get caught in a compulsive need to alleviate suffering. If this is taken too far we miss valuable insight and meaning that can only be found in the painful, darker aspects of life, which St. John of the Cross called "The Dark Night of the Soul."

Sharon Martin attended the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland, where she received her diploma in Analytical Psychology in 2005. She is in private practice in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition to her analytic practice, Sharon lectures and gives workshops on Jungian theory.

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Matthew Stelzner - The Joy of Astrology - Lecture

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LECTURE: Astrology has the potential to be a way of life in which every moment is filled with divine meaning, and in which every moment is a participation in the cycles of the gods. In this lecture we will explore how astrology can be practiced as a spiritual discipline, and how the astrological birth chart can be seen as a map of wholeness. Through a deep understanding of the natal chart and an awareness of both personal and collective transits, the disenchanted life is transformed into a life populated with gods and goddesses. The lecture will be an introduction to some of the core ideas that inform this approach to astrology.

Matthew Stelzner is a professional astrologer who has been practicing astrology in San Francisco for the last fifteen years. He practices a unique form of archetypal astrology, which he learned from Richard Tarnas and Stanislav Grof during his years as a graduate student at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He has completed coursework both towards a Ph.D. in Humanities and a master's degree in counseling psychology. He is currently a faculty member for the newly formed Institute of Archetypal Cosmology which offers courses in archetypal astrology to students both in the California bay area and online.

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Matthew Stelzner - The Joy of Astrology - Workshop

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LECTURE: Astrology has the potential to be a way of life in which every moment is filled with divine meaning, and in which every moment is a participation in the cycles of the gods. In this lecture we will explore how astrology can be practiced as a spiritual discipline, and how the astrological birth chart can be seen as a map of wholeness. Through a deep understanding of the natal chart and an awareness of both personal and collective transits, the disenchanted life is transformed into a life populated with gods and goddesses. The lecture will be an introduction to some of the core ideas that inform this approach to astrology.

Matthew Stelzner is a professional astrologer who has been practicing astrology in San Francisco for the last fifteen years. He practices a unique form of archetypal astrology, which he learned from Richard Tarnas and Stanislav Grof during his years as a graduate student at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He has completed coursework both towards a Ph.D. in Humanities and a master's degree in counseling psychology. He is currently a faculty member for the newly formed Institute of Archetypal Cosmology which offers courses in archetypal astrology to students both in the California bay area and online.

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Susan Olson - Monsters, Villians and Evil Stepmothers

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LECTURE: Whether they appear in dreams, fairy tales, or modern-day myths, "the bad guys" stir up our deepest fears and mobilize our hidden strengths. They often symbolize our destructive complexes, the personal Shadow that we must integrate as part of our individuation journey. But they can also represent the archetype of evil, which cannot be integrated but must (to borrow the language of fairy tales) be drowned, stabbed, or burned to death. In this program we will take a close but careful look at some of these powerful dark figures, and examine the strategies used to identify, outsmart, escape, or destroy them.

Susan Olson, a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland, has practiced as a psychotherapist and Jungian analyst for over thirty years. A member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian analysts, she is a founding member of the Georgia Society of Jungian Analysts and is on the faculty of the Memphis Jungian Seminar. In addition to her private practice, she lectures and leads seminars on several topics.

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Allen Bishop - Music and the Internal World

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LECTURE: It is Bishop's belief that our emotional responses to music are analogous to the countertransference listening and responsiveness that therapists provide to a client's deeply repressed song. He will argue for the importance of facing the marginalized muse in each of us as a prerequisite to help others whose creativity is suffocated by anxiety and defenses. According to Susan Langer, "human feelings are much more congruent with musical forms than with the forms of language." This lecture will explore the interface of psychoanalysis and musical experience.

Allen Bishop is a psychoanalyst, teacher, and pianist living in Montecito, California. Allen is the president of the Santa Barbara Music Club, and is the founding Director of the Santa Barbara Beethovenfest. He serves on the Board of Directors of the American Beethoven Society. He is Chair of the Clinical Psychology Department at Pacifica Graduate Institute. See: http://www.allenbishop.com/

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Pamela Cooper-White - Jung as Artist: The Red Book

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LECTURE: This presentation explores the theme of Jung as artist through an exploration of numerous paintings from Jung's Red Book, his murals and carvings at Bollingen and examples of earlier artwork, and works by other artists who had a documented or likely influence on Jung's own artistic productions.It will be the thesis of this presentation that Jung's art is worthy of serious consideration in its own right. Jung may have viewed this aspect of himself as a small sort of demi-urge or homunculus working within his larger creative personality, and at the service of plumbing the depths of the psyche—both individual and collective. We will critique the Nietzschian overtones of the heroic narrative of The Red Book, and anachronistic representations of the "primitive" and the "East." Nevertheless, as an artistic production, The Red Book gives new evidence for the vitality of Jung's art—about which he was too conflicted to share publicly in his own lifetime, but the publication of which has given us new treasures to study and appreciate.

Pamela Cooper-White, Ph.D. is Ben G. and Nancye Clapp Gautier Professor of Pastoral Theology, Care and Counseling at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA, and Director of the Atlanta Theological Association's Th.D. program in Pastoral Counseling. She holds Ph.D.s from Harvard University and the Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, and her undergraduate work began in visual art before majoring in music. She is on the Steering Committee of the Psychology, Culture, and Religion Group of the American Academy of Religion, and serves as Publications Editor of the Journal of Pastoral Theology.

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