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01 02 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Tuesday
14 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Stepping Stones on the Journey

Exploring Jung’s ideas with images and examples


03 03 Lecture

John Hill, MA
Tuesday
14 September 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public

** This course replaces the originally-scheduled lecture by Kathrin Asper. **

Individuation and Fairy Tale Drama: Enacting Rituals of Play, Laughter and Tears

In the lecture I will explore the use of psychodrama as a means of deepening our experience and understanding of fairytales through enactment. As most fairy tales represent patterns of individuation, fairy tale drama attempts to capture the living quality of those patterns. Through enactment, fairy tales become embodied. They move mind, heart and body, hence are a potential for transformation.


11 04 Lecture

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Wednesday
15 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Individuation Motifs in the Works of Swedish Artist Hilma af Klint (1862–1944): A Depth Psychological and Symbolic Perspective

C.G. Jung presented us with a model through which human beings progress on their psychological developmental journeys across the lifespan. We will explore the artistic work of Hilma af Klint, encounter universal motifs, consider the influence of culture and time in her work, and how interior processes are revealed in her art.


11 05 Lecture

Ursula Wirtz, Dr. phil.
Wednesday
15 September 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
Trauma and Individuation

We will explore the transformational aspects of trauma and how traumatic experiences can trigger a change in consciousness and guide us towards individuation.


11 07 Lecture

Jody Schlatter, Dr. med.
Thursday
16 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
The Broader Picture: Individuation of the Western World Based on Jung’s Less Known Later Work Aion

In this lecture we will look at Individuation on the collective level as seen in the West.
Following Jung, we will look at astrological aspects of the Pisces symbol and how the symbol of the Fish has changed since the beginning of the Christian era.


06 08 Lecture

Maria Grazia Calzà, PhD
Thursday
16 September 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
“Love ... Can Unite Opposites and Reverse the Paradox”: The Individuation Process of the Medieval Mystic Hadewijch of Antwerp

Throughout the Christian Middle Ages, religion played a much greater role in the fundamentals of medieval life, in a way now largely lost. Especially for women, the devotion to Christ represented the via regia on which their individuation process might unfold. In her sensuous and even erotic writings, Hadewijch, a well-educated Beguine from Antwerp († ca. 1240), describes her intimate, embodied encounters with Christ as Love-Made-Flesh. Her deep longing for a union with Him—in psychological terms: for wholeness—led her along a path that could, as she put it, “unite the opposites” (mind and body, divine and human, earth and heaven, etc.) and “reverse the paradox” (quoting Hadewijch).


11 09 Lecture

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Friday
17 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
The Role of Love Relationships in Individuation

“Falling in love” is not an act of will but rather an impulse or urge from psyche that nudges us along the path to individuation. Whether requited or not the experience has the potential to be transformative. Based, in part, on Jung’s essay in CW 17 “Marriage as a Psychological Relationship”, this lecture will explore the meaning of “falling in love” as a part of individuation.


11 10 Lecture

Dariane Pictet, Ad. Dip. Ex. Psych
Friday
17 September 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
MyBody MySelf

“Only if you first return to the body, to your earth, can individuation take place” (Jung: Vision Seminars p. 1313-14). We will explore how attuning to the body furthers the individuation process and how objectification of the body hinders this.


06 11 Lecture

John Hill, MA
Tuesday
21 September 2021 | 10:00–11:45
28 September 2021 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Was Jung a Mystic? If so, what are the Psychological Implications?

The course concerns questions about mysticism in general. The question I would like to address: Can we identify someone who has mystical experiences as being a mystic, and what is the relevance of such experiences for psychology?

03 12 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Tuesday & Thursday
21 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45
23 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45
28 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45
30 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Insights from Myths Across Cultures

We will examine the archetypal wisdom contained in three tales which exemplify tasks undertaken and possibilities offered in the second half of life. We will explore The Odyssey for its insights into absence and longing in enduring relationships; seek in the myth of Inanna its revelations about dethroning the ego to serve the Self; and look to The Conference of the Birds for its portrayal of risk-taking, courage, and perseverance on the journey of individuation.

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23 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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28 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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30 September 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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** CANCELLED **

11 15 Lecture

Susan Schwartz Ph.D.
Wednesday
22 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public

** This course has been cancelled. **

The Presence of the Absent Father

Jung wrote only one essay on the father reflecting his absence in Western culture then and now. Clinical examples, the theories of absence of the French psychoanalyst André Green, dreams and the therapeutic relationship illuminate the effects of the absent father on the psyche.

** CANCELLED **

03 16 Open Seminar

Susan Schwartz, PhD
Thursday
23 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public

** This course has been cancelled. **

The Puer Shadow through a Fairytale

Fairy tales portray the puer archetype prevalent in Western Cultures. With its connection to the senex both are indicated for the psychological tasks to leave the family and access the self. Jung said: “The archetype persists throughout the ages and requires interpreting anew” (CW 9i, §301).

06 19 Lecture

Annika Jaakkola, BSN
Tuesday
28 September 2021 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Gnostic Jung and The Knowledge of the Heart

Following the original Gnosis kardias, a knowledge of the heart, rather than the ego-knowledge of the head, I invite you to explore your existence and its purpose through the internal living experience of Jung and Gnosticism.


01 21 Lecture

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Monday
4 October 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Complementarity Creatively Relates Diversity and Unity

Diversity is the lot of the manifest world, unity rather a transcendent principle, and complementarity expresses their inherent bond. Pursued in the manifest world, unity imbued with identity supremacism – excluding the different and the opposite – is a dangerous illusion doomed to lead to polarisation if not open warfare. Cultivated instead in the light of complementarity, it generates humanism and authentic creativity; this path requires utmost respect for, and integration of, the other, and self-limitation. Examples from biology, psychology (individuation), politics and dance.

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01 22 Lecture

Luis Moris, MA
Monday
4 October 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Toward a Weltanschauung: Jung’s Thoughts on Soul and Death after The Red Book

“My works”, Jung writes in his autobiography, “... are fundamentally nothing but attempts, ever renewed, to give an answer to the question of the interplay between the ‘here’ and the ‘hereafter’”. This lecture explores these attempts in Jung’s private and scholarly writings from 1916 to 1934.

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01 23 Lecture

Scott William Hyder, lic. phil.
Tuesday
5 October 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Disinformation’s Shadowy Enchantment of Undoing: The Myth, Meaning and Metaphysics of Cultural Manipulation and Exploitation

What forces are involved and benefit from disinformation and how do those affect the psyche? Does this reflect cultural complexes, or merely personal ones? How does the manipulation of media and information serve autocracy and do a disservice to the differentiation necessary for individuation, either individually or collectively?

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11 24 Open Seminar

Murray Stein, PhD
Tuesday
5 October 2021 | 13:00–15:00
English
Open to the Public
Panel: The Self: Center and Circumference

The panelists will address the issue of individuation: is the goal to achieve individual realisation only or also to contribute to community?
The panelists include Dariane Pictet, Nathalie Boëthius-de Béthune, and Paul Brutsche. Moderation: Murray Stein.

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05 27 Lecture

Yuriko Sato, MD
Friday
8 October 2021 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Ethnology and Analytical Psychology

We explore the significance of ethnology in analytical psychology. Recommended reading: Chapter IX “Travels” in Jung’s Memories, Dreams, Reflections.


05 28 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Friday
8 October 2021 | 16:00–17:45
English
Open to the Public
What My Power Figures Tell Me: A Journey through the Darkness of the Heart to the Mirror of the Belly
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10 29 Lecture

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Saturday
9 October 2021 | 13:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Shadow Within Us and Our Narcissism: A Connection?

What does our narcissism have to do with the shadow within us? The shadow contains the uncomfortable, unaccepted sides in us, and confronting the shadow is a difficult process when working with patients. It becomes even more delicate to track down the link with narcissistic behaviour. To compensate for the shadow, we may develop a sort of negative narcissism. The lecture will look at these connections, and at the difference between positive and negative narcissism.


10 31 Lecture

Nancy van den Berg-Cook, PhD and PsyD
Wednesday & Thursday
13 October 2021 | 15:00–16:45
14 October 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
The Psychodynamics and Neuroscience of Fear and Trauma, with Reference to Archetypal Psychology

We will review the tremendous advances of recent years in the understanding and treatment of trauma. We will see how psychodynamics, together with brain and nervous system responses, have been elucidated and applied in new therapeutic approaches. Also, knowing that psyche expresses itself in archetypal images, we will examine archetypal parallels to both the psychology and physiology of trauma.

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13 October 2021 | 15:00–16:45

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14 October 2021 | 15:00–16:45

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06 32 Lecture

Murray Stein, PhD
Thursday
14 October 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Dante’s Divine Comedy as an Individuation Journey to Wholeness

The lecture will be a reflection on The Divine Comedy by Dante as a second half of life journey to wholeness by the means of active imagination. Comparisons with Jung’s Red Book will be considered as well.

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01 35 Open Seminar

Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Wednesday
20 October 2021 | 13:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Who is the Wise Old Man?

A continued investigation into Jung on the making of Meaning, the current offering is designed for us together to “hold” and process dual (or multiple) aspects of the image Jung ascribed as depicting the archetype of Meaning.
(Part One of a trilogy/tetralogy in the making, I hope in coming semesters to offer in more depth example images from West and East.)

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04 39 Lecture

Marianne Peier, lic. phil.
Thursday/Donnerstag
28 October 2021 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Deutsch
Open to the Public
The Favourite Picture of My Childhood

The lecture deals with the personal aspects of the child’s becoming aware of pictures (of artists) at the parental home and with the emotions connected with these images. Why was a picture chosen as the favourite one? Elements of how we look at and interpret pictures, biographical and developmental background, as well as working with creative resources will be discussed, including case material.

Das Lieblingsbild meiner Kindheit

Die Vorlesung beleuchtet persönliche Aspekte, wie ein Kind Bilder (von Künstler/innen) im Elternhaus wahrnimmt und welche Emotionen damit verbunden sind. Weshalb wurde gerade dieses Bild das Lieblingsbild? Elemente der Betrachtung und Deutung von Bildern, biographische und entwicklungspsychologische Hintergründe sowie Arbeit mit kreativen Ressourcen kommen ebenso zur Sprache wie Fallvignetten.


01 42 Lecture

Scott William Hyder, lic. phil.
Tuesday
2 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
9 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
16 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Complexes: Examples and Dimensions in Word, Deed, Life and Dream

We underestimate the value of complexes at our own peril. In daily life, we are taken aback by them, but rather than dismissing this nigredo reality of everyday psychology, culture and crisis, we will explore how to identify and explore the dimensions of what may contain golden insights.

01 43 Lecture

Nathalie Baratoff, lic. phil.
Tuesday
2 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45
9 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45
16 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45
23 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Active Imagination: Approaching the Unconscious

Historical background and practical application.

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2 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45

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9 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45

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16 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45

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23 November 2021 | 15:00–16:45

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02 44 Lecture

John Hill, MA
Thursday
4 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
11 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
18 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Approaching our Dreaming Mind: Theory and Practice

01 46 Open Seminar

Laura J. Lewis Thayer, MA
Thursday
4 November 2021 | 19:00–20:45
11 November 2021 | 19:00–20:45
18 November 2021 | 19:00–20:45
English
Open to the Public
Ethics in the Spirit of These Times

In times of chaos an ethical standpoint is pressed more firmly upon us. Collectively and individually, we are called to surrender old ways, and to grow into awareness that gives rise to a different way of living in the world and within ourselves. This process of change begins within and is guided by archetypal movements, reflected in the ‘Spirit of the Depths.’
Using Jung’s constructive standpoint, we will take a snapshot of the current world situation to discern the “living meaning” of these times, with an eye towards “psyche’s bridge to the future.” (CW 3 §398)
Through a combination of lecture, experiential reflective exercises, and group discussion, you will gain tools towards practical application in your personal and professional life, and be shown an active working model for institutional and social change.

This course requires extra work between sessions.

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4 November 2021 | 19:00–20:45

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11 November 2021 | 19:00–20:45

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18 November 2021 | 19:00–20:45

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02 49 Open Seminar

Scott William Hyder, lic. phil.
Thursday
18 November 2021 | 13:00–14:45
25 November 2021 | 13:00–14:45
2 December 2021 | 13:00–14:45
9 December 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Dreams: Psychological Themes in Individual Dreams and Series

Following brief introductory remarks, dreams will be discussed in relation to case work with individuals, looking at solitary dreams and dream series.

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18 November 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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25 November 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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2 December 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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9 December 2021 | 13:00–14:45

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05 54 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Tuesday & Wednesday
23 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
24 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Laurens van der Post Memorial Lecture

Laurens van der Post passed away 25 years ago in December 1996 at the age of 90.
In this lecture we remember his contribution to Jungian psychology and the importance of his legacy for us today.

06 55 Lecture

Susanna Bucher Alther, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Thursday
25 November 2021 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
An Experience of Mystical Love in a 16th C. Spanish Folk Song

A young woman on pilgrimage gets lost and falls asleep under a tree. At midnight, she awakens in the arms “of the one I love most”. Like the Song of Songs, we can interpret it as a love song or as an allegory of the soul’s mystical awakening. In such an experience, “we catch a glimpse of the ancient role of Hermes as the god of revelation” (Jung, CW 13, § 256). We will listen to the song in a beautiful version by Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones.


04 59 Lecture

Katharina Casanova, lic. phil.
Friday
3 December 2021 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Life Paints its Own Span – Dynamics of Psyche and the Soma: Looking at the Life and Work of Susan Bach

In this lecture I will talk about the life of Susan Bach, and then try to bring you a little closer to her book.


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