In this 2-minute audio clip, Jungian scholar Dr. Lance Owens explains that what happened to Jung during the period he wrote the Red Book was “the numinous beginning which contained everything.” Everything in Jung’s Collected Works relates back to that unknown matrix of experience, suggests Owens, whose career focuses on studying human transformative experiences. Jung’s friend and colleague, Erich Neumann knew it, too, Owens insists. “You cannot read the CW and really understand them if you don’t understand what happened to Jung during that time.”
Dr. Lance Owens is speaking at “Creative Minds in Dialogue: The Relationship between C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann,” a symposium at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA, June 24-26, 2016 alongside several other internationally acclaimed speakers. Details at http://www.pacifica.edu — Click on the public programs tab

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