Janus in Zürich
Janus in Zürich:
Posted 151 days ago

Dr. Steve Buser and I have been treated to an extraordinary five days in Zürich, Switzerland. The collage above was created from two photos captured while on a long bicycle…

Janus in Zürich:
Mother-Daughter Relationships: Thoughts for Mother's Day
Mother-Daughter Relationships: Thoughts for M…
Posted 160 days ago

“The mother – daughter relationship is one of the most vital of all human relationships, resolving itself into the relationship each woman has not only to her mother, but also…

Mother-Daughter Relationships: Thoughts for M…
COALESCING OF AN ENANTIODROMIA
COALESCING OF AN ENANTIODROMIA
Posted 205 days ago

Collective Values In the Cadillac-Ford Ad War
Len Cruz
 

Recent advertisements by Cadillac and Ford caught my attention partly because when advertisers begin waging ad wars like these, there are reasons to…

Bud Harris
Dying into Life
Posted 315 days ago

By Bud Harris Ph.D. and Massimilla Harris Ph.D.

“Does our essence live on after death?” was a compelling question asked during the Asheville Jung Center’s webinar on “Re-visioning the Dead, Alive…

Dying into Life
Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian
Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian
Posted 338 days ago

Further Reflections on "Rilke: Poetry and Alchemy
Len Cruz
If I Ain’t Jungian
(Adapted by Len Cruz with permission from If I Ain’t African by Glenis Redmond.  Her poem is printed below.)
If I ain’t…

Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian
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Jung, Izdubar, and Enantiodromion

Izdubar Headshot

By Dr. Curtiss Hoffman A Response to “Liber Secundus: Individuation as Integration”, an excerpt by Dr. Murray Stein from AJC #10: Carl Jung’s Red Book On the topic of Izdubar, back in 1914, when Akkadian (the language of the Gilgamesh Epic) was only beginning to be well known to scholars, and the much older Sumerian…

Liber Secundus: Individuation as Integration

Izdubar

An excerpt by Murray Stein, Ph.D. from AJC10: Carl Jung’s Red Book [Join us in our 4th Seminar on Carl Jung's Redbook, Presented this time by Curtis Hoffman] The first part of Carl Jung’s Red Book was more about separation, in the second part Jung begins integrating several important things.  You could also refer to…

Poll: Source of Jung’s Red Book

Red Book Boat

JavaScript needs to be enabled for polling to work. Online Surveys by Constant Contact. Thank you for participating in our poll! For more captivating conversation about Jung’s Red Book please join us on February 28th for the next installment in our Red Book series titled Cross-Cultural Symbolism in C.G. Jung’s Red Book: An Anthropological Exploration.Dr….

The Individuation of God: Book Review By Leonard Cruz

Individuation of God

The Individuation of God: Integrating Science and Religion Peter B Todd A book review By Leonard Cruz, M.D. , M.E. Erit in omnibus in Omnia Deus (God may become all in and through all) The Phenomenon of Man Pierre Telihard de Chardin Click Here for Peter Todd’s interview with Dr. Rachael Kohn Quantum mechanics, depth…

Tune In on 12-12-12; Save the World

12-12-12

What if it was up to you to save the planet. John Lennon captured it in his song, IMAGINE. Now a group of like-minded individuals is seeking to gather people across the planet to join in a 30 minute meditation at 9:30 PM EST. The Asheville Jung Center along with innerQuest Psychiatry & Psychotherapy’s recent…

Comments from “How the End of the World Grips Our Soul” Seminar Participants

Maya

We would like to thank all of those who joined our very intriguing seminar on November 29th about the impending end of the world controversy. Nancy Swift Ferlotti, Murray Stein, and Karen Jironet all gave wonderful presentations and insight into the Maya and their culture. We invite all those who attended to leave comments and…

What Do You Think of the Maya’s End of World Prophecy?

Mayan Structure

Thank you for taking part in our End of World Poll Please stay tuned as we will analyze the results. Click Here for our End of the World Seminar Information JavaScript needs to be enabled for polling to work. Online Surveys by Constant Contact. Please use the comment section below to add to your response.

Recent Discovery of Ancient Mayan Tomb Holds New Clues

Ancient Mayan Tomb

Will the discovery of the oldest Mayan tomb reveal more clues to the prophecies of the Mayan Calendar? A recent Archeological find will almost certainly add to our understanding of the demise of the Olmec civilization and the rise of the Mayan civilization but there may be other clues sepulchered within. Retalhuleu Region, Guatemala Archeologists…

Psyche and Society: The Work of the Unconscious

12th Annual Conference of Research in Jung and Analytical Psychology Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies Wednesday, July 24-Saturday, July 27, 2013 Chicago, IL Deadline for Proposals: November 30, 2012 The title of this conference, Psyche and Society: the work of the unconscious grows out of the themes and concerns of the 11th annual conference of…

Depth Psychology Alliance Interview with Barry Spector

Bonnie Bright and the Depth Psychology Alliance have blessed us again.  Bonnie’s interview with Barry Spector is extraordinary, timely,  and should not be missed.  It can be downloaded or listened to at this LINK. Spector’s mythopoetic  voice and message was a sort of chimera blending a trumpet rallying me to battle and a didgeridoo calling…