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Pathological Gambling

Misstep on the Path of Individuation. Whenever I mentioned the subject of my thesis, I would invariably be told of a horror story of some sort; my interlocutors always knew…

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Performance Without Fear

Accessing the Space Within to Deal with Stage Fright The act of performing can take us from a place of terror to pure joy and elation. To be on that…

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The Psychology of Performance

The act of performing is a generous act: it is an act of giving of oneself to the world. It is also an act of creation where the artist brings…

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The Body-Mind-Spirit Connection

A Jungian Approach The day starts with a long list of things to accomplish; we have barely time to write down a dream, let alone explore it, that we are…

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The Space Within

Yoga, Meditation and the Path of Individuation The seminar will combine an exploration of C. G. Jung’s writings, particularly The Secret of the Golden Flower and The Psychology of Eastern…

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The Individuation Process

The Individuation Process: An Exploration of the Movie Central Station (Walter Salles, 1998) In Central Station a cynical, joyless woman (Dora) crosses paths with a lonely boy (Josue) who is looking for…

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Persona and Shadow

What You Show to the World, What You Hide from the World Persona and shadow are both complexes and archetypes; as such they are ubiquitous and inevitable. They act like two…

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Anatomy of the Animus

What is the Animus? How does it come into being? How does it manifest in our lives, both positively and negatively? How can we dialogue with the Animus? The seminars will look…

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Jung at the Movies — Notorious

Animus: An Exploration of the Movie Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock, 1946) Alice Huberman (Ingrid Bergman), the American daughter of a convicted Nazi spy, is recruited by government agent T. R. Devlin…

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Working with Symbols Series 1: The Bird

This series of seminars will look at the symbol of the bird in literature, visual art, music and fairy tales. Seminar 1: The Nightingale, with a special emphasis on Hans Christian Andersen’s…

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