International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich

Basic Jung – March 2021
Jung and Spirituality

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Basic Jung is a series of lectures taking place the first week of each semester during the late afternoon and early evening. It is designed to be an intensive introduction to basic Jungian concepts and ways of working for new students and guests wanting a concise presentation of Analytical Psychology. Although designed as a series, each course can be attended independently.

Although Jung studied almost all of the world’s major religions, his concept of spirituality was not limited to any religious tradition. For him it forms the basis of all psychic life. It is therefore implicit in all we do as Analytical Psychologists.

Date & Venue

2–5 March 2021

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Stampfenbachstr. 115, 8006 Zürich
Tram 11 or 14 to Beckenhof

Event Schedule

Tuesday, 2 March

17:00–18:45

Nancy Krieger, PhD
01 02 Lecture | Jung: A Literary Biography

We will be reviewing Jung's written work as it reflects stages in the development of his theories starting from his early work as a young psychiatrist and work on the complex, how this fed into his ideas of the archetype and, in the early 1950s the publication of a trilogy of his major works: Answer to Job, "Synchronicity: An acausal connecting principle", and Mysterium Coniunctionis. We will concentrate mainly on the collected works, but will also look briefly at the more recently published seminars and The Red Book.

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19:00–20:45

Yuriko Sato, MD
12 03 Lecture | Mindful Listening in Our Practice

Listening to what analysands say is not as easy as one might think. Mindfulness is widely commercialised, yet often overlooked in psychotherapy. "Am I really listening to the person in front of me?" What does this question mean? We will explore this fundamental act and attitude not only of an analyst, but more generally of a human being.

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Wednesday, 3 March

17:00–18:45

Diane Cousineau Brutsche, Dr. phil.
03 04 Lecture | Even Fairy Godmothers Can Fail [Part 1 of 2]

Taking as a symbolic basis for the discussion a French fairy tale called "Peau d'Âne" (“Donkey's Skin") by Charles Perrault, I propose a reflection on essential phases of feminine psychic development in a patriarchal context. I also intend to enlarge the discussion to the collective dimension.

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19:00–20:45

Diane Cousineau Brutsche, Dr. phil.
03 04 Lecture | Even Fairy Godmothers Can Fail [Part 2 of 2]

Taking as a symbolic basis for the discussion a French fairy tale called "Peau d'Âne" (“Donkey's Skin") by Charles Perrault, I propose a reflection on essential phases of feminine psychic development in a patriarchal context. I also intend to enlarge the discussion to the collective dimension.

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Thursday, 4 March

17:00–18:45

Gary Hayes, lic. phil.
02 05 Lecture | Dreamwork in the Daily Practice

We will be discussing the fundamentals of Jungian dream work. The emphasis will be on the practical aspects of working with people's dreams. Active participation is encouraged.

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19:00–20:45

John Hill, MA
11 06 Lecture | Jung's Many Homes: Sacred and Secular

The many homes of Jung represent different dimension of his personality. These homes remained not only inner symbolic experiences, but also found expression in the outer world, as in the creation of The Red Book and Bollingen. The dynamic of this undertaking expresses Jung's individuation process, an attempt to link heaven and earth.

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Friday, 5 March

17:00–18:45

Paul Brutsche, Dr. phil.
04 08 Lecture | Niki de Saint Phalle: A Psychological Approach to her Artwork and the Symbolic Significance of the Tarot Garden

We shall approach, in a psychological interpretation, the main periods of this well-known French-American artist, using slides and a careful reading of the symbolic significance of her Tarot Garden in Tuscany. This is an artistic illustration of some aspects of the individuation process. One of her famous Nana sculptures is an angel hanging in Zurich’s main station.

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19:00–20:45

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
01 09 Lecture | Our Soul Revealed by our Environment: Psychecological Basics

The ecological crisis has its roots and solutions in the way we think and act. As our time has lost the dimension of the soul, key psychological values appear projected concretely onto the core themes of economy, politics, technology, science, and more, overcharging them, mostly with destructive ecological consequences. Therefore, analysing symbolically the different ecological problems unveils, in revealing images, the unlived soul of our time, and helps us to ground our lives again in soul and natural processes, honouring the fundamental unity between human and nature. Analytical Psychology offers invaluable resources for the doubly needed ecological and personal-cultural turnaround.

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Cost & Registration

Payment in cash at the door

The Complete Lecture Series

General Entry: CHF 180
Students, Seniors, Disabled: CHF 120

Per Lecture
General Entry: CHF 30
Students, Seniors, Disabled: CHF 20

Gratis for ISAP Students and Analysts

Registration not required

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