An introduction to Jungian principles and practice
Why should I register?
In his two most well-known books “Memories, Dreams, Reflections” and “Man and his Symbols”, C. G. Jung described his own “confrontation with the unconscious” and then, in “Man and his Symbols” set out, with his closest colleagues, to describe the inner workings of the human psyche in more general terms. Even though these books revolutionised forever our understanding of the inner workings of the human being, the interested reader can still be left with the question “But how do I DO it?”
This course will show you not only the ‘what’ but also the ‘how’ of Jungian Analytical Psychology.
What will I get from the course?
Each module will familiarise you in-depth with one of the “Four Pillars of Jungian Psychology,” the basic principles of what makes us tick. And, by the end of each module you should be confident enough to apply those principles to an understanding of the way you are living your own life, and also have the tools to begin to steer your own path.
Many people find learning these principles is a major step towards a better understanding of themselves and their place in the world.
People who are also in therapy can find that participating in the course deepens and escalates the rate of progress they make in their therapy.
Everyone can experience an escalation of what Jung calls their ‘Path of Individuation’ as a result of familiarising themselves with the principles and practices of Jungian Psychology.