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The Magic of Carl Jung

The Magic of Carl Jung

The Red Book, Part III

Presented by:

Karen Ridout

and

Walter Smith

Master Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

6:00pm to 9:00 pm

6 p.m. – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 p.m. – Program

Diamond View Room

DurhamBulls Athletic Park

Directions given at registration

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)
Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members

Members may bring guests at the membership rate.

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad, dessert, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

Harry Houdini, David Copperfield—magicians who amaze us by escaping from underwater tombs and making buildings disappear—but what is magic?

In this third presentation on “The Red Book” we will explore the magic of Carl Jung. Jung meets his various personalities in Liber Secundus (the second part of the Red Book), who help him to understand who he is and what he must confront in his quest to be an authentic human being. In chapter twenty-one, “The Magician,” Jung searches for a magician who will show him the way. He knows himself but how is he to move forward with this knowledge? What is the magic that will steer the wagon of his life?

 

April 29th, 2012

The Many Personalities of Carl Jung

The Many Personalities of Carl Jung

The Red Book, Part II

Presented by:

Karen Ridout

and

Walter Smith

Master Practitioners of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

6:00pm to 9:00 pm

6 p.m. – Dinner & Networking, 6:45 p.m. – Program

American Underground Room

Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Directions given at registration

Cost: $15.00 per person (member rate)




Cost: $20.00 per person for non-members




(Members may bring guests at the membership rate.)

(Bring your favorite main or side dish to share. Salad, dessert, beverages and workshop materials provided.)

When Carl Jung started writing The Red Book in 1913, he was deeply depressed. His relationship with Freud had ended acrimoniously, he questioned the value of his work, and he thought he was having a psychological breakdown. The book is an account of his self-psychoanalysis. In this workshop, we will explore the second part of The Red Book, Liber Secundus, in which Jung encounters and carries on a conversation with the various parts of himself. We will meet the Red Man, the Lowly, the Castle, the Anchorite, and others as we come to a deeper understanding of how the various and opposite parts of his personality helped Jung to become a major force in the psychoanalytic movement.

March 18th, 2012


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