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The Psychology of Jung

The Unconscious is a Gateway...

Join us for an in depth discussion by a Doctor of Psychiatry into the realm of the mind!

 

"Jung's analysis of human nature includes investigations of Eastern and Western religions, alchemy, parapsychology, and mythology. His initial impact was greater on philosophers, folklorists, and writers than on psychologists or psychiatrists. Today, however, growing concern with human consciousness and human potential has caused a resurgence of interest in Jung's ideas."*

 

* Excerpt from Personality and Personal Growth (6th ed.)
Frager, R., & Fadiman, J. (2005). New York: Pearson
Prentice Hall pg. 56:

 

 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I told John but I'll post it here too. Keith and I will be late, no more than half an hour, though. Please don't wait to start! We are looking forward to the presentation!

    February 4, 2013

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