Friday, March 08, 2013 at 7:30pm Jung Center of Western Massachusetts presents: Turning a Blind Eye with Penelope Tarasuk A “blind” eye suggests that the other eye can see. If we see we are involved and experience below the realm of words and thoughts. The body sees and knows. Oedipus blinding himself at the crossroad, Hecate… Read More »
Those who can make it to the University of Essex, UK, by 6.00 p.m. on Wednesday 13 March may be interested in the following special lecture by prominent Jungian analyst, author, and editor Warren Colman: Warren Colman: ‘Bringing it All Back Home: How I Became a Relational Analyst ‘ The Bernard Zeitlyn Memorial Lecture (13… Read More »
We would like to extend you the offer of a free Red Book series transcript or audio file with the purchase of our next Red Book feature titled, “Cross Cultural Symbolism in C.G. Jung’s Red Book.” The audio files and transcripts available to choose from for this special offer include our extremely popular Red Book Part I, Red Book Part II, and Red… Read More »
Therip aims to provide a forum for discussion between different schools in the fragmented world of psychoanalysis. Our members include scholars and analysts with divergent views on the history, theory and practice of psychoanalysis. Therip conferences have been occasions where these differences could be aired and debated. Perhaps its most successful endeavours have been The… Read More »
Dear IAJS Colleagues, I thought you might be interested in knowing about this upcoming all-day seminar taking place a week from Saturday in San Francisco. With all best, John Beebe Follow this link to register for the event.