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The meetup will take the form of a "round table." Please continue bringing your curiosity, enthusiasm and respect for the material and for the perspective, thoughts and feelings of others. This is our 6th meetup. Please read chapters 3 through 7 (pp[masked]) from Liber Secundus. As usual, I plan and hope to discuss each chapter successively. Again, I plan to initiate the conversation with the first assigned chapter. Then hope, and prefer, that most attendees will volunteer and follow my lead with subsequent chapters. So, please keep that in mind. Again, the meetup will take a "round table" approach and I will facilitate the conversation when required. PLEASE NOTE : Pagination is from the "Reader's Edition" (see posted image of this meetup). It's available on AMAZON for approximately $26. Please procure and plan accordingly. I have and will continue inserting some footage on Jung's RED BOOK in the COMMENTS SECTION of each meetup (see below). I encourage you to watch them. I hope they will serve everyone in some manner. with gratitude, Jorge
Many participants and attendees of the Red Book meet-ups and other events have expressed an interest for an overview on Jung's map of the Psyche. So, for approximately 20-30 minutes I will talk about the psychic structures and dynamics that compose the tapestry of Jung's Psyche. And then, we can discuss and address any questions/concerns you may have. I hope to cover the following ideas/propositions. What is the Psyche? What is Collective Unconsciousness and Collective Consciousness? What is Persona(e) and Ego? What is the Shadow and the Syzygy (anima/animus)? What is the Objective Psyche (aka: the SELF)? What are archetypes and complexes? What are Psychological Types? What is the process of individuation? What is ego-inflation and ego-deflation? Please bring your own questions/concerns too?
Truly hope that the women will join us too to discuss the ideas in Part One of this book, from "boy psychology to man psychology." Keith, a member of our meetup, introduced me to Robert Moore's work, in particular to this book. I finally got a chance to read it. Moore's work reminds me a bit of Jean Bolen's book, "Gods in Everyman" (she also wrote, "Goddesses in Everywomen") and some of Robert Bly's mythopoetic material too. Lets meet and discuss Part One, "From Boy Psychology to Man Psychology" from Moore's "King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: rediscovering the archetypes of the mature masculine." It's only about 50 pages. Keith will moderate/facilitate this Meetup. Here's a free PDF file : https://idoc.pub/documents/robert-moore-king-warrior-magician-lover-rediscovering-the-archetypes-of-the-mature-masculine-pqn8yp83mk41