Welcome! This site offers a variety of resources about Jungian Analytical Psychology. The Antioch University Seattle (AUS) Jungian Discussion Group monthly schedule is posted below (see schedule in right column). For questions or comments, please contact Ann Blake via AUS e-mail or stop by Ann's AUS campus office. You can also bring questions and comments to the AUS Jungian Discussion Group (see schedule in right column below).
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Asheville Jung Center Dates

May 10 "Windows of the Soul: The Red Book Images of Carl Jung"
"The Psychology of the Heart"...Webstreaming Video & CE!
Jung 28 IASD Joint Conference
Psychology and Spriituality DVD Now Available
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April 28: "The C.G. Jung and James Kirsch Correspondence"
The CG Jung Institute of San Francisco and the Asheville Jung Center are pleased to present:

"Layers of Realationship" The C.G Jung/Kirsch Correspondence

James Kirsch was one of the first generation analysts who had his primary analysis with Jung. As a young man in his 20s he began a psychoanalysis which did not satisfy him and so he entered a Jungian analysis in Berlin. In 1928 he wrote to Jung asking if he could begin analysis with him, and in 1929 James Kirsch spent two months in Z├╝rich in analysis with both Jung and Toni Wolff. This began a multiple level relationship which spanned four decades and great distances. There are approximately 150 back and forth letters in this correspondence with Jung.

The contents of the letters cover important subjects such as the relationship between Jews and Christians, Nazi-ism, anti-Semitism, clinical issues in psychotherapy, synchronicity, organizational issues in building up Jungian organizations, and difficult personalities. James Kirsch was a founding member of Jungian professional groups in Berlin,Tel AvivLondon, and Los Angeles.

Join us for this 4 hour Webinar live from the San Francisco Jung Institute.  Thomas Kirsch, son of James Kirsch, will present this provocative look at his father's relationship with Jung. Controversies including question of anti-Semitism as well as boundary violations will be explored in detail. Space is limited. Reserve a spot today.

May 10: "Red Book Images" -
Live from Zurich!
"Window To The Soul" The Red Book Images of Carl Jung 
The most striking feature of Carl Jung's Red Book is the visual brilliance of the work. The meticulously crafted calligraphic entries are accompanied by miniature and full page paintings that in part illustrate the text and in part represent an independent line of development in the work. While Jung wrote extensively about symbols and symbolic process in his scientific works, in The Red Book he brings visual representation to his own inner symbolic process.

This seminar will focus on the images Jung created in The Red Book. Special consideration with be given to the rise of the transcendent function in Jung's own psychic life through the visual articulation of his active imagination experiences.Paul Brutsche, an internationally recognized authority on the Jungian method of picture interpretation, will survey the paintings in The Red Book and comment on their development. Murray Stein will speak on Jung's map-making as represented in the great mandala known as Systema Mundi Totius.

            "The Psychology of the Heart"
  Recorded and CEU Versions Available!
Professor Shen
"The Psychology of the Heart - Cultural Truth from a Chinese Jungian Analyst"

Carl Jung had a strong pull to the Chinese culture. He partly learned the language and wrote extensively on Chinese symbolism, particularly as shown in the I Ching. Jung once said that Chinese characters are readable archetypes.

The image of the heart, is the core of Chinese psychology, Chinese culture and its philosophy.  This webinar will explore the images of the heart in Chinese culture, and discuss their meaning in Jungian analysis.

Join us for this 90 minute recorded webinar out ofGuangzhou, China. Includes an indepth PowerPoint lecture as well as Professor Shen's answers to questions asked live on April, 13th. Don't miss out on this special webinar!

Bog Update: Bias and Trayvon Martin
Racial Sticker Bias, Trayvon Martin, and Undercurrents in American Society

"Every man has reminiscences which he would not tell to everyone but only his friends. He has other matters in his mind which he would not reveal even to his friends, but only to himself, and that in secret. But there are other things which a man is afraid to tell even to himself, and every decent man has a number of such things stored away in his mind."  Fyodor Dostoyevsky 

The daughter of a friend of mine sent this photo from her mobile phone. It was a bumper sticker seen on an SUV in Raleigh, NC. My friend's daughter, an African-American woman, is a graduate of a very prestigious North Carolina university and her younger sister is completing her sophomore year at Columbia University with plans to study abroad at the London School of Economics next year. Here is evidence of the deep undercurrents of of racial tension that persist in the United States of America.  These are undercurrents that can immediately redefine the conversation and put aside the many accomplishments of our sitting President and reduce the discourse to a racial slur...

IASD Joint Conference
"Save the Date..."June 28, 2012
The International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and the Asheville Jung Center are pleased to announce a joint presentation on Carl Jung and Neuroscience.  This June 28 event will feature presenters from the 29th Annual IASD International Conference held earlier that week in Berkeley California (June 22 - 26, 2012).  It will further include Murray Stein (President of the International School of Analytical Psychology) presenting from Zurich and Margaret Wilkinson (member of the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology) presenting from Northern England.  The seminar itself will be 5 hours in duration plus a one hour break (11:00 am to 5:00 pm Eastern US Time).  Other partners in this event include Sonoma State University, the International School of Analytical Psychology and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.  For information about this joint event please visithttp://ashevillejungcenter.org/video-seminars/iasd/ For information on the IASD conference go towww.asdreams.org/2012

DVD on The Human Experience of the Divine: C.G. Jung on Psychology and Spirituality

WeAJC #21 Psychology & Spirituality are very pleased to announce the release of  our latest DVD titled The Human Experience of the Divine: C.G. Jung on Psychology and Spirituality The quality again turned out very well and Dr. Stein yet again does a marvelous job leading us through this powerful topic.  Do watch our brief highlights video sampling this talk.  Don't miss the opportunity to view this DVD.   

Other Upcoming Webinars and
Video Seminars:

Saturday, June 9, 2012  A Webinar out of San Francisco  Mark Sullivan presents on
Approaching Infinity:  Contemporary Analytic Work with a Spiritual Perspective
  12:30 PM to 4:30 PM ET 
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