Posts Tagged 'Murray Stein'

Are the Maya Right?

The Asheville Jung Center is hosting a 3-hour internet seminar live from Zurich and Washington, DC on November 29th titled The Apocalypse / “End of the World” – An Archetypal Image! You can watch live or the recorded version and continuing education credits are also offered. Presenters are Murray Stein, Training and Supervising Analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAPZurich) in Zürich, Switzerland; Karin Jironet, a Jungian psychoanalyst in The Netherlands and Vice President of De Baak; and Nancy Furlotti, a Jungian psychoanalyst in Los Angeles and Colorado.

Click here for more information.


Upcoming Webinars from the Asheville Jung Center

May 10, 2012
Window of the Soul: The Red Book Images of Carl Jung
with Murray Stein and Paul Brutsche, from Zurich

June 9th, 2012
W-05: Approaching Infinity: Contemporary Analytic Work with a Spiritual Perspective
with Dr. Mark Sullivan, presented by the CG Jung Institute of San Francisco

June 28, 2012
Jung and Neuroscience
with Murray Stein, Margaret Wilkinson, Ernest Hartmann, David Kahn, Stanley Krippner, Robert Hoss, and Laurel McCabe

Webinar “A Dangerous Method”

The Asheville Jung Center is hosting a second webinar on the film “A Dangerous Method.” This one is titled “A Dangerous Method,” the Film – Historical and Clinical Reflections and the presenters are Murray Stein, President of the International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAPZ) in Zurich, Switzerland; Angela Graf-Nold, historian of psychoanalysis; and Jan Wiener, a senior training analyst at the Society of Analytical Psychology in London. The date for the webinar is Thursday, March 8, 2012, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM (Eastern US Time Zone).

To register, click here.

The first webinar on the movie, “A Dangerous Method” Indeed: A Look at the Current Film on Carl Jung, is available now as a DVD for home study.

CE credits are available for both, as with the rest of the webinars the Asheville Jung Center produces.

New Global Internet Seminar

The Asheville Jung Center will host its next global internet seminar on Friday, June 24, 2011 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM (Eastern US Time Zone). The title is “The Creation of Symbolic Meaning on the Path to Individuation”— presenters are Murray Stein, Ph.D., President of the International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAP) in Zurich, Switzerland, and Warren Colman, M.Sc., Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Analytical Psychology and a Training Analyst at the Society of Analytical Psychology (SAP) in London, UK. For more information, check this link at the Asheville Jung Center. Also make sure to check the other offerings from the Asheville Jung Center.

Red Book Seminar Part 2—Asheville Jung Center

To follow up on the previous post about the Asheville Jung Center and The Red Book:

On May 14 the Asheville Jung Center will be hosting Part 2 of a global web seminar direct from Zurich with Murray Stein speaking on further aspects of The Red Book. Anyone with high-speed internet can watch this webcast. Cost is $47 per person; $23 for students or clergy. Home viewers will be able to watch the seminar later in the day (or within a few days) and will then have a 2 week window to watch the seminar. There are group viewings scheduled at various locations. These seminars are also available on DVD—there are a number to choose from.

Red Book video from Asheville Jung Center

There are some really interesting videos posted by the Asheville Jung Center on Here is a 10-minute excerpt of Murray Stein‘s 3-hour seminar on The Red Book which was hosted as a live webinar from Zurich by the Asheville Jung Center in January 2010. There is apparently a second webinar coming this spring—I’ll post an update when I find further information.


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