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IAAP Congress in Kyoto, Japan, Invitation

Dear IAJS colleagues,    IMPORTANT NOTICE I am posting a very important and generous invitation from Tom Kelly, the president of the IAAP for IAJS members participation in the IAAP Congress to be held in Kyoto in August 2016. Please note the crucial condition for submitting a proposal: the proposal must be sponsored by a member… Read More »

Call for Participation Psyche, Spirit, and Science: negotiating contemporary social and cultural concerns  – Joint IAAP/IAJS Conference

“The decisive question for man is: Is he related to something infinite or not?” (C. G. Jung, Memories Dreams, Reflections) “No matter what the world thinks about religious experience, the one who has it possesses a great treasure, a thing that has become for him a source of life, meaning, and beauty, and that has… Read More »

New CONFERENCE ANALYSIS AND ACTIVISM: SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY

International Association for Analytical Psychology With Association of Jungian Analysts, British Jungian Analytic Association, Guild of Analytical Psychologists, Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists, Society of Analytical Psychology   Friday December 5th 2014 (6pm wine and canapés reception, 7.30-10pm conference) Saturday December 6th (9.30am-7.00pm – Social Dreaming 8-9am) Sunday December 7th (9.30am to 2.30pm – Social… Read More »

Post Conference: The IAJS Phoenix Conference on Rebirth and Renewal, ASU Mercado Campus, 27-29th June 2014

The programme organisers wish to thank all the participants for making this conference such a rich and meaningful event in a myriad of different ways. This short summary of the conference is intended for all those who could not attend the conference and a recapitulation for those who did. We hope it will give you… Read More »

The Search for Roots: C. G. Jung and the Tradition of Gnosis

What Reviewers Say: “Excellent book… Ribi has the feel of Gnosis and knows his sources, both ancient and modern… There is no doubt that it was Jung, and not Hans Jonas, who rediscovered Gnosticism and its importance for modernity.” – Gilles Quispel (Professor of Early Christian History, Utrecht University), The San Francisco Jung Institute Library… Read More »

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