Marqués de Riscal Hotel Healing and Archetypes This last Sunday the Curriculum Committee of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco offered an intramural event for members and candidates on Contemporary Issues in Archetypal Theory in which several members and board members presented different perspectives. The concept of “archetype” is an ancient one with… Read more »
Tucson: Goethe and the Art of Seeing
Tucson: Goethe and the Art of Seeing After the Tucson lecture and workshop, April 4-5, 2014, Friends of Jung, Tucson, Arizona , The Environmental Crisis: Birth of a New Consciousness? Goethe:”sublimely towering, wide-spreading tree of God” Strasbourg Cathedral, from Wikipedia I am home after a weekend with a great group of people in Tucson…. Read more »
Tucson: April 4-5: The Environmental Crisis: Birth of a New Consciousness?
Tucson: April 4-5: The Environmental Crisis: Birth of a New Consciousness? On Friday evening, April 4,and Saturday, April 5, 2014, I will be presenting a lecture and workshop to Southern Arizona Friends of Jung in Tucson, Arizona. The title of the weekend will be The Environmental Crisis: Birth of a New Consiousness. If you… Read more »
Detail of Gaia, Ceramic Piece by Genevieve Haven Blessed Greenness Carl Jung defines the benedicta viriditas, “blessed greenness,” as …the state of someone who, in his wanderings among the mazes of his psychic transformation, comes upon a secret happiness which reconciles him to his apparent loneliness. In communing with himself he finds not deadly boredom and melancholy but… Read more »
Meeting the Other: Garden As Alembic by Patricia Damery
Sunday, May 23, 2010 Patricia Damery, MA will present ‘Meeting the Other: Garden As Alembic’ at the Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco annual picnic on May 23rd, 2010. “Every man should have his own plot of land” Jung claimed,“ so that the instincts can come to life again.” The intimacy afforded by gardening and… Read more »