Archive for October, 2010

Weekend Seminar with Sheldon Culver

Senior Jungian analyst Sheldon Culver will be in Rogers giving two presentations on Jung and The Red Book on October 29 and 30, 2010. See our Events page for more information.

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Dangerous Minds

In 1959, the BBC show Face to Face aired an extended interview with the 84-year-old Carl Jung. All three parts of the video interview are shown on the website Dangerous Minds. (You can also find them on YouTube but this is an easier access.)

About the website: “Dangerous Minds is a compendium of the new and strange–new ideas, new art forms, new approaches to social issues and new finds from the outer reaches of pop culture.”

Quote for the Day

“But the supreme meaning is the path, the way and the bridge to what is to come. That is the God yet to come.”  —C.G. Jung, The Red Book

New book, “Growing Up Jung”

“What could Carl Jung and an American boy raised in Denver, CO possibly have in common?” Author Micah Toub, the son of two Jungian-trained therapists has written a new memoir, Growing Up Jung: Coming of Age as the Son of Two Shrinks. Read an interview with the author in Smith Magazine. The memoir opens with the author’s father asking him, “Did you have a dream last night?” It seems to me like a great luxury to have free dream analysis on the spot every morning—but probably it’s true that nothing is ever free! For a startling headline, check out Micah’s site.

Carl Jung and Astrology

For those of you interested in astrology as well as Jungian thought, you might check out the blog Carl Jung’s Red Book by astrologist and counselor Elizabeth Spring. It’s not been recently updated but from here you can click through to another of her blogs, Private Papers of a Reluctant Astrologer. In the latest post on the Red Book blog, she talks about what the planets were doing at the time Jung was writing the Red Book.


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