Sail into the world of Carl Jung on the snow frosted shores of Lake Zurich this winter for our annual Jungian Winter Intensive. The journey will take you on an in depth exploration at: The C. G. Jung Institute Zurich, Switzerland.
This winter, our study program will focus on fundamentals, fairy tales, dreams and religion. The enlightening program culminates with a coveted visit to Jung's medieval tower in Bollingen, Switzerland, hosted by Jung's grandson. This is a very special private and coveted visit, as the home is still owned and occupied by the family , and is never open to the public!
Following our amazing visit at Bollingen Tower, we will take a lovely typical Swiss lunch overlooking picturesque Lake Zurich and a visit to the newly opened to the public Jung house library and museum. The C.G. Jung House welcomes people who wish to engage with the life and work of C.G. and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach, learn about the family history and concern themselves with Jungian psychology. Here’s your chance to see it all and experience history firsthand. Walk in the footsteps of Carl Jung and his family, as we will become “guests of Carl Gustav and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach”.
Our guided tour takes through the Museum C.G. Jung House and hence through the work and family life of Carl Gustav and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach and their children. The representative rooms and studies as well as the smaller chambers and private quarters not only give an impression of C.G. and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach’s activities, they also tell of the family’s interests, preferences and pastime and, in a more general sense, of life in those days.
The rooms on the lower level offer insight into the Jung family’s everyday life. Here is where the family life took place, where the children spent time with their parents and the daily routine unfolded. Meals were served in the large dining room, coffee in the lounge. Downstairs the family played games and spent time with each other; in the rooms facing the lake C.G. Jung received visitors from all parts of the world. The porch offers a view of the well-tended garden landscape and provides space for the memorabilia C.G. Jung collected on his travels to the more distant parts of the world.
The work and study rooms are located on the upper floor. C.G. Jung’s extensive library has been left almost untouched, paying reference to Jung’s phenomenal erudition as well as his varied and profound research interests. The entire stock of books is now owned and maintained by the Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung, Zurich. The antechamber where his private patients would wait to be received by Jung has been recreated in almost its original form. Here he greeted his patients before accompanying them to the adjacent study room, which, too, has been kept almost untouched. His desk looks as if he had just stood up and left the room for a moment.
Who is this course for?
Our Jungian Winter Intensive is structured so that lectures, seminars and discussions can be followed by those with a limited background in Jungian psychology. At the same time, the program will be of specific value to those with professional psychological training and interests. The courses are taught by analysts of the Jung Institute and internationally renowned guest lecturers.
Instructors and seminar/lectures
MARIE-LOUISE VON FRANZ: Her Inner Myth in Our Time Reflections upon Her Individuation Path as Depicted in Archetypal Dreams. “Individuation is our myth.” C.G. Jung. Emmanuel Kennedy, Dr.phil
An introduction of Fairy Tales How can fairy tales help us understand psychological transformations and emotions? Andrés Ocazionez
Paintings and drawings Theoretical Introduction and Self experience (Max. 20 participants) Marianne Meister-Notter, Dr. phil.
Introduction into dream interpretation Ursula Brasch, lic.phil.
The Mother of God and other Christian Pictures, Statues, Icons. Pictures as comments to Biblical Texts. Psychological Reflections on their significance for the Individuation Process. Robert Strubel, , Dr. phil., dipl. theol.
Witchcraft, aggression and anxiety The drawings and writings of a boy in Tanganyika, 1960-1962 Gerhard Kubik, Prof. Dr.
Culture Contact: cognitive and psychodynamic aspects Research experiences in Africa, Europe, Latin America Gerhard Kubik, Prof. Dr.
The brain controls the body and vice versa The brain coordinates sensory and motor functions as well as the activity of vital organs and is influenced by the reafference Erwin-Josed Speckmann, Prof. Dr.med.
A General Introduction to Emotions Andrés Ocazionez, PhD
Exploring the Ancient and Universal Traditions Regarding The True Nature of Dreams Francisco Garcia, M.Ed, Diploma CGJI Zürich.
Individuation: Fate and Task Robert Strubel, Dr. phil., Dipl. Theol.
Dark Aspects of the Self Renate Daniel, Dr. med.
Ancient Echoes, Awakening and Restoring the Soul through Poetry and Music Janis Maxwell, PhD, Christina Mulvey, Chartered Psychologist and Analyst
Paint Marianne Meister-Notter, Dr. phil.
Psychotherapy in Action Gerold Roth-Greminger, Dr. med.
La Belle de Jour Ursula Brasch, lic. phil.
You want it Darker Robert Ingram, MA
CE Credits Mind Body Passport is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. Mind Body Passport maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Mind Body Passport Inc. is also recognized as a CAMFT-approved Continuing Education Provider. Certificate awarded upon successful completion.
CE credits not given for excursions, outside activities
What you will gain by attending: •Demonstrate an understanding of expression through paint in a Jungian context and perspective.
•Analyze and discuss how fairy tales help us understand psychological transformations and emotions in working with clients in psychotherapy.
• How to apply the technique of Jungian dream analysis and how we understand and structure that material so it has meaning to both analyst and analysand.
• How to utilize Jung’s concept of the individuation path as depicted in archetypal dreams and the case material of Marie Louise von Franz through myth, story and case material.
• Discuss the individuation path as depicted in archetypal dreams
• Analyze the concept of individuation psychological reflections on their significance for the individuation Process through Christian Pictures, Statues,and Icons and pictures as comments to Biblical Texts.
• Discuss How fairy tales help us understand psychological transformations and emotions in clinical caase work.
Day 1, Feb. 17 Arrivals; exploring Zurich. General meet and welcome, basic professional introductions and overview, review goals for the overall program, look at winter school schedule. 7:30 p.m. Group welcome dinner. (Included)
Day 2, Feb. 18 7 a.m. Breakfast. (Included) 9:30a.m. Welcome, introductions and information at the Jung Institute. 10 a.m. lecture/seminar Noon Group lunch.(Included) 2-7:30 p.m. lecture/seminar Evening free.
Day 3, Feb. 19 7 a.m. Breakfast.(Included) 9 a.m. lecture/seminar Noon Lunch 2-7:30 p.m. lecture/seminar Evening free.
Day 4, Feb. 20 7 a.m. Breakfast. (Included) 9 a.m. lecture/seminar Noon Lunch. optional excursion to Uetilberg Mountain and city center 2-7:30 p.m. lecture/seminar Evening free.
Day 5, Feb. 21 7 a.m. Breakfast. (Included) 9 a.m. lecture/seminar noon Lunch (not included) optional walk to Jung's grave. (Included) 2-7:30 p.m. lecture/seminar Evening free.
Day 6, Feb. 22 7 a.m. Breakfast. (Included) 9 a.m. lecture/seminar Noon Group Lunch. (Included) 1:15 p.m. Feedback meeting and Excursion Information Meeting 2-6:00 p.m. lecture/seminar 6 p.m. Closing apero celebration followed by group dinner (included)
Day 7, Feb. 23 7 a.m. Breakfast. 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Excursion to Jung’s tower at Bollingen, Lunch at traditional Lake side restaurant (participants pay for their own meal) and visit to the newly opened to the public Jung house library and museum.
Day 8, Feb. 24 Departures.
NOTE: Itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of program director.
$3667.50/ $3367.50 pay in full and save $300
Ful Program: Program fee includes seminars, lodging (shared rooms, single supplement available), five breakfasts, two lunches, apero reception party, two dinners, cultural tour day, walk to Jung's grave, optional visit to Uetilberg Mountain and city center.
Pay in full $3367.50 for full program save $300 Program fee includes seminars, lodging modern boutique hotel (shared rooms. Single supplement available), five breakfasts, two lunches, apero reception party, two dinners, walk to Jung's grave, cultural tour day to Bollingen Tower with one of Jung's grandsons and to the C.G.Jung house library and museum, optional visit to Uetilberg Mountain and city center.
Payment plan. $3667.50 USD for full program $350 deposit, followed by 4 equal payments of $829.38 Program fee includes seminars, lodging modern boutique hotel (shared rooms. Single supplement available), five breakfasts, two lunches, apero reception party, two dinners, walk to Jung's grave, cultural tour day to Bollingen Tower with one of Jung's grandsons and to the C.G.Jung house library and museum, optional visit to Uetilberg Mountain and city center.
Pay in full 1200chf / $1320 USD Seminars only prior to Dec. 31 . After Dec. 31, 1400 chf Program fee Includes: seminars, cultural tour day to Bollingen Tower with one of Jung's grandsons and to the C.G.Jung house, library and museum, apero reception party, 1 sack lunch.
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