DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY ENTHUSIASTS
We are group of people dedicated to creating a broader and deeper appreciation for how Carl Jung’s Depth Psychology can enrich the purpose and meaning of life.
Our specific purpose is to meet as a group of people who share an enthusiasm for the philosophy and practices of analytical psychology created by C.G. Jung. Our meetings include lectures, workshops, seminars, and other programs.
- Reading Series: The Psychology of the Transference by C.G. Jung—with David Alexander (May 13, 2021)
- Dark Mountain Project Night—with Neale Inglenook and Robin Robinson (May 20, 2021)
Jung Legacy Series: James Hillman’s
Revisioning Psychology—with the Rev G.F. Kohn, PhD (May 27, 2021)
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The book studies are open. And since the material is quite dense, the group is progressing rather slowly: it’s all about the great discussions! Please contact us if you want to catch up and join in.
In 2018, we started Atom and Archetype, C.G. Jung, Wolfgang Pauli
“…Connections with synchronistic phenomena are obviously crucial factors here. To understand the language of the [dream], one could assume that generally speaking all multiple manifestations of an archetype can very well be described as ‘reflections,’ whereas the archetype itself remains in the background as an invisible reflector; this is why it is regarded as nonexistent by rationalistic-scientific-conventional collective opinion, whereas the ‘Dark Woman’ knows all about it.” -Pauli, Dream of 27 November 1954
We are also reading Re-Visioning Psychology, James Hillman
In 1975, James Hillman published Re-Visioning Psychology, which is perhaps his most important book, and certainly constitutes one of the main texts in archetypal psychology. A “groundbreaking classic exploring the necessity of connections between our life and soul and developing the main lines of the soul-making process.”
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Here are some of the talks hosted by the Monterey Friends of CG Jung.
OUR THURSDAY EVENTS ARE ONLINE
Visit our online archive: a recollection of our Thursday lectures and workshops. Get involved, voice your opinion or simlpy share your insights!