“Lest We Forget” is an ongoing analytic research project which considers the catastrophe of WWII as a collective symptom of our changing god image—an archetypal process that continues to unfold in contemporary collective problems and experience. As a new chapter in this continued body of work, this presentation will explore the so-called Nazi Shadow as a double entendre: as shadow of one contemporary individual and also as shadow unrealized by an historical collective group. Tracing the…See More
“The East teaches us another, broader, more profound, and higher understanding, that is, understanding through life.” -- C. G. Jung, “Commentary” on The Secret of the Golden Flower (82)Goddess-centered images and myths are a rich source for understanding how psyche sanctifies mundane life. In the Hindu tradition it is goddess Lakshmi who bridges the secular with the sacred. As such, she occupies a key position in archetypal psyche. She advocates for both the ego and the Self even as she…See More
Based on Cervantes' masterpiece "Don Quijote de La Mancha," this presentation will illustrate the evolutionary purposefulness of Imagination and the importance of becoming conscious and free of inner states of possession by threatening and autonomous psychic contents such as complexes, shadow aspects, and anima and animus factors.[This program will feature Book One of "Don Quijote de La Mancha." Magi Guindi will return to the Jung Club in December 2020 to discuss Book Two.]For more information…See More
Beginning in the years leading up to the Great War, both C. G. Jung and J. R. R. Tolkien independently began to undergo profound imaginal experiences. They had each stepped across a threshold and entered into another world, the realm of imagination, the world of fantasy. Jung recorded these initially spontaneous visionary experiences, which he further developed using the practice of active imagination, in a large red manuscript that he named Liber Novus, although usually it is referred to…See More
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