Sunday, April 15, 2012; 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Marked By Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way
"This life is the way, the long sought after way to the unfathomable which we call divine" —C.G. Jung, The Red Book
Presented by Jerome Bernstein, J.A., Claire Douglas, Ph.D., Gilda Frantz, M.A., Jacqueline Gerson, J.A., Jean Kirsch, M.D., Chie Lee, M.A., Karlyn Ward, L.C.S.W., Henry Abramovitch, Ph.D., Sharon Heath, M.A., Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D., Robert Romanyshyn, Ph.D.,
When Soul appeared to C.G. Jung and demanded he change his life, he opened himself to the powerful forces of the unconscious. He recorded his inner journey, his conversations with figures that appeared to him in vision and in dream in The Red Book. Although it would be years before The Red Book was published, much of what we now know as Jungian psychology began in those pages, when Jung allowed the irrational to assault him. That was a century ago.
How do those of us who dedicate ourselves to Jung’s psychology as analysts, teachers, writers respond to Soul’s demands in our own lives? If we believe, with Jung, in “the reality of the psyche,” how does that shape us? The articles in Marked By Fire portray direct experiences of the unconscious; they tell life stories about the fiery process of becoming ourselves.