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SNAKES, DRAGONS, AND OTHER SCALY CREATURES

SNAKES, DRAGONS, AND OTHER SCALY CREATURES | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

SATURDAY,  MARCH 5, 2016. THE C.G.JUNG CENTER OF NEW YORK 28 EAST 39th STREET, NEW YORK, NY

 

This event is co-sponsored by the C.G. Jung Institute of New York (www.junginstitute.org).  The New York Association for Analytical Psychology (http://www.nyaap.org), The C.G.Jung Foundation of New York (http://www.cgjungny.org), The  Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism(http://aras.org), and The Analytical Psychology Club of New York (http://jungclubnyc.org).

From February 29th to April 1, 2016, the Salena Gallery of Long Island University-Brooklyn will host an exhibition of the Digital Fusion prints (theredbookprints.com) from Jung's Red Book. These magnificent 25x33 inch reproductions of Jung's paintings made their art world debut at the 55th Annual Venice Biennial in 2013, where the original manuscript of the Red Book was on display.  All conference participants are cordially invited to the Opening Reception on Friday evening, March 4, 6:00-8:00 P.M. at the gallery at One University Place, Brooklyn (www.facebook.com/liubrooklynart).

 

                                 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS:

*  Ami Ronnberg (keynote) National Curator at ARAS -  "The                  Transforming Snake in Jung's Red Book"

* Fanny Brewster, PhD, MFA Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) -  "Wisdom of   the Feminine Serpent"

*  Michael Conforti, PhD  Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) - " When the Gods    Grow Weary: Archetypal Transitions of a New Order"

*  Sanford Drob, PhD  Core Faculty, Fielding Graduate University -      "Black Snake/White Snake: Snakes and Serpents and the    Reconciliation of the Opposites in Jung's Red Book"

*  Sarah Jackson, MFA, MA  Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) - "Situating     Jung's Scaly Creatures in an Art Historical Context"

*  Ann Chia-Yi Li, MA  Jungian Analyst (AGAP) - "The Golden Flower    that Blooms in The Red Book, a Daoist Alchemical Interpretation of    the Dragon Images"

*Ilona Melker, LCSW  Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) - "Snakes in the   Visions of Christiana Morgan, the Veiled Woman in Jung's Visions   Seminars"

*Hallfridur Ragnheidardottir, MA in Icelandic Literature -  "The Snake, the Dragon, and the Menstruating Womb"

*  Evans Lansing Smith, PhD Chair/faculty of Mythological Studies Program, Pacifica Graduate Institute - " A Modernist Nekyia: Jung's Myth of Analysis and Transformation"

*  David Solem, MSW, MA Jungian Analyst (NMSJA, IRSJA) - " Befriending, not Becoming, the Dragon"

 

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT OR TO MAKE A DONATION VIA EVENTBRITE:  WWW.snakesanddragonsnyc.eventbrite.com

 

Fee for the conference is $100. $150. after January 15. 

Early registration is recommended, as space is limited.

 

For questions, please email snakesanddragonsnyc@gmail.com

 

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Applications are now being accepted for the post graduate Analytic Training at the C.G. Institute of New York.

Applications are now being accepted for the post graduate Analytic Training at the C.G. Institute of New York. | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

 

The training program of the C.G. Jung Institute of New York is designed for individuals who wish to learn how to analyze the psyche from a Jungian perspective.  This includes early career and advanced clinicians looking to expand the scope of their psychotherapy practice in a deeper and broader way, as well as for non-clinicians seeking to enter the profession from various backgrounds. To view admissions requirements go to the Admissions page at www.junginstitute.org

If you would like additional information about our training program, please e-mail Deborah Bazes, the Admissions Liaison, at deborahbazes@gmail.com.

 
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There's still time to submit your application for post-graduate Analytic Training at the C.G. Jung Institute of New York. Due date is March 4th, 2016, if you have any questions email Deborah Bazes the Admissions Liasion deborahbazes@gmail.com 

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The Sleeping King Alchemical Symbols as Manifest in Dream, Alchemy, & Creative Work — by Gary T. Bartlett

The Sleeping King Alchemical Symbols as Manifest in Dream, Alchemy, & Creative Work — by Gary T. Bartlett | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

The king is the central person of order within a kingdom; the medium through which the upper and lower worlds are connected to the middle world of mortal reality. Speaking of the centrality of kingship, John Weir Perry, in Lord of the Four Corners: Myths of the Royal Father (1966) tells us that:

In the symbolic cosmos, the locus of most supreme and intense powerfulness was the axial center, and any figure or object occupying this position became thereby highly numinous and evoked feelings of awe and reverence. For not only was this the focal point at which the world’s powers were concentrated, but even more significantly, it was the connecting link between the three planes of existence, the sky world, the world of man, and the underworld. (pp. 18-19)

The king is also, as the generator and vehicle of the law, the establisher of the boundaries of the realm. This is not a mere geographical feat, but one of cosmic and psychic (Click title to read full article)


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Wonderful exploration of the King Archetype and one that is worth rekindling in these times.

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Hecate’s Guiding Flame: A Mythical Perspective at the Crossroads of Addiction and Recovery—by Tricia Durni

Hecate’s Guiding Flame: A Mythical Perspective at the Crossroads of Addiction and Recovery—by Tricia Durni | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
To find Hecate in the world around us, we need to be curious about the ways in which we imagine our world. As was mentioned previously, this takes seeing through things in a mythical way. In order to make this movement we need to access a different way of imagining. Poet William Blake tells us, “imagination is the human existence itself” (as cited in Avens, 2003, p. 25).

 

However, as adults in our society imagination has been devalued an even dismissed. Often told as we grow from children into adolescents that the way in which we perceive the world is “only in our imagination” and that we need to “live in reality.” In this dampening down of our imagination, we are in essence ignoring the gods and their myths. Rather than trying to concretize our lives into the pretty little boxes of “reality” we could instead ask ourselves, “What god is speaking right now?” or “What particular god consciousness is appearing in this moment?” This is not to say that the answer to these questions will provide us with... (Click title to read the full article)


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fyou live in the darkness, as Hecate does, your eyes begin to adjust to the shadows and your sensibility becomes more acute, more attune. You are forced to rely on your own senses, your own way of perceiving in order to navigate about the darkness. - See more at: http://www.depthinsights.com/Depth-Insights-scholarly-ezine/ezine-issue-8-winter-2015/hecates-guiding-flame-a-mythical-perspective-at-the-crossroads-of-addiction-and-recovery-by-tricia-durni/#sthash.9Qgysoyi.dpuf
hen you live in the darkness, as Hecate does, your eyes begin to adjust to the shadows and your sensibility becomes more acute, more attune. You are forced to rely on your own senses, your own way of perceiving in order to navigate about the darkness. - See more at: http://www.depthinsights.com/Depth-Insights-scholarly-ezine/ezine-issue-8-winter-2015/hecates-guiding-flame-a-mythical-perspective-at-the-crossroads-of-addiction-and-recovery-by-tricia-durni/#sthash.9Qgysoyi.dpuf
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DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL

DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

"The dark night is often painful and frightening because it involves the death of that which was familiar and directly pertains to the transformation of personal awareness so as to prepare it for crossing the abyss separating it from its own true nature. Psychologically this is difficult because previously held patterns of belief and old definitions of self that once brought comfort are lost. This experience can be likened to hatching from an egg whose familiar walls of self-recognition are collapsed, leaving one's sense of reality to assume a completely different apperception. Once the limiting factors of fear dissipate, deeper currents of self-awareness awaken leading ultimately to the emergence of a newly forming vision" Excerpted from a piece provided by Brugh, the source was not acknowledged. 

 

 


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When we are feeling depressed, we are experiencing the dark night of the soul. A natural phenomena that the soul needs to undergo, to be deeply drawn into the abyss of darkness for the renewal of the soul to take place.

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Depth Psychological Approaches to Suffering—Audio Interview & Blog post with Dr. Lionel Corbett

Depth Psychological Approaches to Suffering—Audio Interview & Blog post with Dr. Lionel Corbett | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
We are all intimately familiar with suffering. And, while we might wish it away when it is painfully present, it is a normal part of human life, Dr. Lionel Corbett, M.D., Jungian analyst and professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute reminded me when I recently sat down for a depth discussion with him on the topic.

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Dr. Lionel Corbett, M.D. Jungian analyst brings us a wealth of gold nuggets from the collective unconscious to share with us a new and refreshing perspectives of how to make sense of the value of the human experience of suffering.

Thank you, Dr. Corbett for your contributions to this misunderstood human phenonmena. www.jungiantherapy.com

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Psychotherapy based on Depth Psychology - Lionel Corbett

Psychotherapy based on Depth Psychology - Lionel Corbett | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
Psychotherapists who are interested in Depth Psychology are living in a professional world that is dominated by cognitive behavioral approaches. Human...
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The Psychoanalytic Muse: Mark Winborn - Aesthetic Experience and Analytic Process


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In this paper, Mark Winborn proposes that all individuals have an innate (archetypal) aesthetic urge that is a central organizing influence for our actions, experiences, perceptions, self-perceptions, and relationships. The attitudes towards aesthetics held by Freud, Jung, and later theorists are reviewed. Drawing on ideas from aesthetic philosophy and neuroscience, it is suggested that many of the experiences associated with analytic
process – such as the experience of depth, the emergence of meaning, transcendence, coherence, narrative flow, or moments of meeting – can be viewed through the lens of aesthetic experience. This aesthetic substratum is discussed in terms of analytic narrative and interpretation as well as exploring the impact that various artistic modalities, such as poetry and music, can have on analytic process.

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Lilith, First Wife of Adam

Lilith, First Wife of Adam | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

According to the Midrash*, Lilith, first wife of Adam, was born from the same mud and clay at the same time as Adam in the Garden of Eden and thus they were equal. Lilith refused to be submissive to Adam. The ensuing argument in which Adam, and God, refused to see Lilith’s side of the story caused her banishment by God for her blasphemous rage to the depths of the Red Sea to be never seen or heard of again.

 

But she does re-appear, from her exile, in the guise of the serpent who offered Eve the apple. Lilith, as serpent, was instrumental in Adam and Eve’s exile. In contemporary psychological terms, this banishment is referred to as the ‘Rise’ of man, and not the ‘Fall’ as it was seen as necessary, Fate, for them to move from unconsciousness and to strive for consciousness.

 

This meant leaving Paradise and its unity, into a world of duality, where pain and pleasure, light and dark, life and death, temporal and eternal, into a world of opposites with which to contend, and to experience... (Click title for more)


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Skip_Conover's curator insight, June 17, 2015 12:04 PM

3rd in a cycle of 5 Essays by Susan Scott @Susan Scott

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This is a timely and article of import and fascination: Lilith, the wife of Adam as the Serpent...this unfolding saga of western human psychological history is reexamined  through a lens that frees the feminine and humankind... The fall; not a curse, the expulsion,; our destined journey home to consciousness.

 

Eva Rider's comment, June 18, 2015 3:51 PM
Thank so much for this timely and rich series, Skip.
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Interview by Henry Abramovitch with Dvora Kutzinski: Neumann as my Supervisor

Interview by Henry Abramovitch with Dvora Kutzinski: Neumann as my Supervisor | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
A beautiful and thoughtful interview with Dvora Kutzinski, Jungian analyst and supervisor, a past supervisee of Erich Neumann. The interview took place on October 23, 2005 .

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What a Shaman Sees in A Mental Hospital

What a Shaman Sees in A Mental Hospital | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
By: Stephanie Marohn with Malidoma Patrice Somé The Shamanic View of Mental Illness In the shamanic view, mental illness signals “the birth…

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Another way to say this, which may make more sense to the Western mind, is that we in the West are not trained in how to deal or even taught to acknowledge the existence of psychic phenomena, the spiritual world. In fact, psychic abilities are denigrated. When energies from the spiritual world emerge in a Western psyche, that individual is completely unequipped to integrate them or even recognize what is happening. The result can be terrifying. Without the proper context for and assistance in dealing with the breakthrough from another level of reality, for all practical purposes, the person is insane. Heavy dosing with anti-psychotic drugs compounds the problem and prevents the integration that could lead to soul development and growth in the individual who has received these energies.

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How Creativity Makes Us Feel Alive

How Creativity Makes Us Feel Alive | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

The process of inner transformation is itself a creative process, for through the process of advanced inner development, you are literally creating a new self.

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Absolutely! That's the WHY reason for us to engage with our imaginations! Read more on www.jungiantherapy.com

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How messy problems can inspire creativity

How messy problems can inspire creativity | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

Challenges and problems can derail your creative process ... or they can make you more creative than ever.

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The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks

The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

He transformed modern medicine's understanding of the brain. And he rethought neurology---and his memory---from the inside out.

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Where a fully immersive mind can go....deeper into the waters of the creative unconscious, where the hidden treasures awaits the seeker.

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The Therapy Room and the Interactive Field: Dr. Joseph Cambray, Author of "Synchronicity" - includes audio interview

The Therapy Room and the Interactive Field: Dr. Joseph Cambray, Author of "Synchronicity" - includes audio interview | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

Through clients’ dreams and through certain events in their lives, it is possible to see how the unconscious is mobilized and activated. More, there is a field that transpires between the therapist and client—what Jung himself might have described as “a multi-dimensional field within the limited frame of our own sensory perception.”

 

Therapists hone certain skills and processes that enable them to tune into what’s emerging into the field between the two individuals. As images arising in the therapy begin to create resonance, it enables us to perceive how the archetypal field is... (Click title for more)


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Jacob & Essau - Chiron Publications

Jacob & Essau - Chiron Publications | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
A window into Erich Neumann’s original thoughts on the biblical subject of Jacob and Esau and the application of the brother motif to analytical psychology.

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"Requiem for the American Dream": Wake Up Call!

"Requiem for the American Dream": Wake Up Call! | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
Archetype in Action™ Organization: Putting Archetype to Work for the Good of Society
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James Hillman lectures and interviews

My favorite parts of some of James Hillman's best lectures and interviews. This man is the most radical psychologist of the last 50 years, a master of his vo...

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James Hillman is like a breath of fresh air filled with the sounds of nature in every word he utters.

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There are many varieties of trees in the forest of psychotherapy,  you can find them covering a wide band of varieties and specialties. This one, this James Hillman was a giant, towering above the various groves. He is missed. 

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There are many varieties of trees in the forest of psychotherapy,  you can find them covering a wide band of varieties and specialties. This one, this James Hillman was a giant, towering above the various groves. He is missed.

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Why Basing Morality on Empathy Does Not Work

Why Basing Morality on Empathy Does Not Work | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

An Atheist announced on an internet discussion board, “Atheists are good without God!” It was not the first time I had heard it. Over the past twelve years, on the many atheist forums I had visited, the atheists and even some professing “Christians” had made this claim.


To support their assertion, they posted a few “studies” that showed how atheist ethics (devised from their own empty non-belief system) were superior. Atheists had lesser numbers in prison, they claimed, a lower divorce rate, less crime in secular countries, and better raised children because they taught their children (the atheist ethics of) tolerance (which excluded Christians), anti-racism and the “Golden Rule” or empathy.


Empathy, they avowed, was the best guide for morality. Empathy, in fact, would create the Utopia the world has, since the Garden of Eden, yearned after for so long.


This godless form of morality was purportedly superior to all notions of cold and rigid religious dogma and objectivity.

 

By Pennie Lee
image https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God ;


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A Critique of the Postmodern Turn in Relational Psychonalysis - Dr. Jon Mills - YouTube

A Critique of the Postmodern Turn in Relational Psychoanalysis, a lecture by Dr. Jon Mills, Keynote Speaker at the conference "Relational Psychoanalysis and ...

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A critique on the notions of post-modern, modern, inter-subjectivity, subjectivity, objectivity, co-creation, relational, a priori, etc. 

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Interesting, thought provoking observations on the relational psychoanalysis movement.

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Myth and Psyche: The Evolution of Consciousness

Myth and Psyche: The Evolution of Consciousness | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

Mythology is the most archaic and profound record we have of mankind's essential spirit and nature. As far back as we are able to trace the origins of our species, we find myth and myth-making as the fundamental language through which man relates to life's mystery and fashions meaning from his experiences. The world of myth has its own laws and its own reality. Instead of concepts and facts that make logical sense, we find patterns of irrational imagery whose meaning must be discerned or experienced by the participant-observer. Discovering these patterns of meaning is what Jung meant by the symbolic approach to religion, myth, and dream.


The mythic image is not to be taken literally and concretely...we must approach myth symbolically as revealed eternal 'truths' about mankind's psychic existence — about the reality of the psyche. 'Once upon a time' does not mean 'once' in history but refers to events that occur in eternal time, always and everywhere. Any myth is very much alive today. Every night in sleep we sink back into that source of all mythological imagery, the unconscious psyche — the origin of dreams. Many of our games have their roots in mythology and much of contemporary art, literature, and film is shot through with mythological themes..... (Click title for more)


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Nice description of why we look to myths and the symbolic imagery they present, which is still so alive in our lives today.

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fascinating exploration of the archetype inherent in Mythological motifs.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: "Psychic Energy" by Esther Harding

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: "Psychic Energy" by Esther Harding | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

 Harding wrote many other well-known books as well, including: Psychic Energy, Women's Mysteries, The Parental Image, and The I and not I, along with numerous papers on a variety of subjects from depression to religion.
Harding also helped to found many Jungian organizations, such as the Analytical Psychology Club of New York in 1936, the Medical Society for Analytical Psychology - Eastern Division in 1946, and the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology in 1963.
A study of the primitive and unconscious aspects of man's nature and the processes by which their energies may contribute to the integration of personality. New edition, comprehensively revised and enlarged, with many new illustrations.


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Sonu Shamdasani: Introduction to Analytical Psychology: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1925

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Sonu Shamdasani: Introduction to Analytical Psychology: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1925


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Science Is Proving Some Memories Are Passed Down From Our Ancestors - Reset.me

Science Is Proving Some Memories Are Passed Down From Our Ancestors - Reset.me | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it
Recent studies have provided evidence that memories of fear are one of many things our forebearers pass down to us through our DNA.

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From Emory University: experimental support for Jung's concept of collective unconscious. Specific emotions can be transmitted trans-generationally.

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Freud knew, and called it phylogenetic endowment, Jung certainly knew, and we need to keep the ancestors in mind...

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SNAKES, DRAGONS, AND OTHER SCALY CREATURES

SNAKES, DRAGONS, AND OTHER SCALY CREATURES | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

SATURDAY,  MARCH 5, 2016. THE C.G.JUNG CENTER OF NEW YORK 28 EAST 39th STREET, NEW YORK, NY

 

This event is co-sponsored by the C.G. Jung Institute of New York (www.junginstitute.org).  The New York Association for Analytical Psychology (http://www.nyaap.org), The C.G.Jung Foundation of New York (http://www.cgjungny.org), The  Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism(http://aras.org), and The Analytical Psychology Club of New York (http://jungclubnyc.org).

From February 29th to April 1, 2016, the Salena Gallery of Long Island University-Brooklyn will host an exhibition of the Digital Fusion prints (theredbookprints.com) from Jung's Red Book. These magnificent 25x33 inch reproductions of Jung's paintings made their art world debut at the 55th Annual Venice Biennial in 2013, where the original manuscript of the Red Book was on display.  All conference participants are cordially invited to the Opening Reception on Friday evening, March 4, 6:00-8:00 P.M. at the gallery at One University Place, Brooklyn (www.facebook.com/liubrooklynart).

 

                                 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS:

*  Ami Ronnberg (keynote) National Curator at ARAS -  "The                  Transforming Snake in Jung's Red Book"

* Fanny Brewster, PhD, MFA Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) -  "Wisdom of   the Feminine Serpent"

*  Michael Conforti, PhD  Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) - " When the Gods    Grow Weary: Archetypal Transitions of a New Order"

*  Sanford Drob, PhD  Core Faculty, Fielding Graduate University -      "Black Snake/White Snake: Snakes and Serpents and the    Reconciliation of the Opposites in Jung's Red Book"

*  Sarah Jackson, MFA, MA  Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) - "Situating     Jung's Scaly Creatures in an Art Historical Context"

*  Ann Chia-Yi Li, MA  Jungian Analyst (AGAP) - "The Golden Flower    that Blooms in The Red Book, a Daoist Alchemical Interpretation of    the Dragon Images"

*Ilona Melker, LCSW  Jungian Analyst (NYAAP) - "Snakes in the   Visions of Christiana Morgan, the Veiled Woman in Jung's Visions   Seminars"

*Hallfridur Ragnheidardottir, MA in Icelandic Literature -  "The Snake, the Dragon, and the Menstruating Womb"

*  Evans Lansing Smith, PhD Chair/faculty of Mythological Studies Program, Pacifica Graduate Institute - " A Modernist Nekyia: Jung's Myth of Analysis and Transformation"

*  David Solem, MSW, MA Jungian Analyst (NMSJA, IRSJA) - " Befriending, not Becoming, the Dragon"

 

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT OR TO MAKE A DONATION VIA EVENTBRITE:  WWW.snakesanddragonsnyc.eventbrite.com

 

Fee for the conference is $100. $150. after January 15. 

Early registration is recommended, as space is limited.

 

For questions, please email snakesanddragonsnyc@gmail.com

 

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The power of introverts

The power of introverts | The C.G. Jung Institute of New York | Scoop.it

In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert.

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