"Jung's psychology offers not only a method for psychological healing of individuals but also a new world view for Western Man which holds out the possibility for healing the split in the contemporary collective psyche". ( Edward Edinger, 1998 )
Join us. Come and meet and gather with other Jungian & Transpersonal enthusiasts. Explore Jung's works, his life and his luminous ideas on the human psyche with similiar-minded individuals in a non-judgemental, curious, and supportive community.
Lets gather and discuss his life, his well known terms, theories and explore our respective notions on "inner-work" that begs the question on the meaning of life and the experience of being. Recollect and reunite with the Archetypes and take one step closer toward Self-realization.
The overarching goal of Jungian psychology is the reconciliation of the life of the individual with the world of the supra-personal archetypes. Central to this process is the individual's encounter with the unconscious. The individual experiences the unconscious through symbols encountered in all aspects of life: in dreams, art, scripture/word, religion, and the symbolic dramas we enact in our relationships and life pursuits. Essential to the encounter with the unconscious, and the reconciliation of the individual's consciousness with this broader world, is rediscovering our relationship with this symbolic language. Only through attention and openness to this world (which can be quite foreign to the modern Western mind) is the individual ability and intent to harmonize one's life with these suprapersonal archetypal energies.
Here are some photos from our monthly event at Cafe Figaro (cafe figaro no longer exists): We now meet at the Kristine Mann Library (4th floor of the Jung Center on East 39th street) and at Caffe Dante. See particular event page for venue.
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