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06 02 Lecture

Andreas Schweizer, Dr. theol.
Tuesday
10 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
C.G. Jung and the Septem Sermones ad Mortuos: “God is not dead. He is alive as ever. God is creation.” (The Red Book, “Scrutinies”)

It was on a Sunday, January 16, 1916 when C.G. Jung had the strange feeling that his house was filled with ghostly entities; it was as if it had begun to be haunted. The night before three of his children had had similar experiences. In the afternoon the whole house was crammed full of spirits of the dead. Then the dead suddenly cried out: “We have come back from Jerusalem where we found not what we sought.” This is the beginning of the Septem Sermones ad Mortuos which Jung wrote in a few nights after the experience of haunting in his house. It is a text full of wisdom and beauty.

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10 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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06 03 Lecture

Regine Schweizer-Vüllers, PhD
Tuesday
10 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Healing the Dragon – Mercurius as a Spirit of the Earth

In the so-far untranslated alchemical text from the 16th century treatise “Tractatus aureus” Mercurius appears as a poisonous dragon who never sleeps and resides in a fiery mountain. The dragon must be healed by a remedy consisting of various ingredients. If the healing succeeds, the alchemist can enter the mountain on the top of which he will find the precious stone. This lecture offers a psychological interpretation of the parable as an introduction to C.G. Jung’s approach to alchemy.

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10 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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01 05 Lecture

Scott William Hyder, lic. phil.
Wednesday
11 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
‘Worldwide Redemption’ – Reflections on the History, Aspirational Promise and Existential Peril of an Archetype

The archetype of worldwide redemption—restoration to wholeness—has been envisaged throughout history. Jung refers to it in many of his writings as ‘apocatastasis’. The hopes and the difficulties associated with this compelling image of global health will be examined. Attention will be paid to spiritual, material, romantic and pragmatic elements of the symbol of relational integrity as they pertain to the planet as well as to the Self. Which attitudes and behaviors obstruct and which further collective individuation, the evolution of the human species?

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11 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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10 06 Lecture

Heike Weis Hyder, FMH Psychiatrie/Psychotherapie
Wednesday
11 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
The Urgency of Psychodynamic Discoveries in The Red Book for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

We shall be looking at the development of the inner core of the psyche as it unfolds in Jung’s Red Book from the viewpoint of psychiatry, in particular the transformation of the ego and other inner figures. Jung’s insights into these processes offer a key for healing resonance of soul, love and life, which is greatly needed in today’s world.

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11 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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01 07 Lecture

Murray Stein, PhD
12 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Jung’s Struggle with the Problem of Evil

Suggested Reading: The Shadow and the Problem of Evil: Five Examinations, Murray Stein (ed.), Chiron Publications, 2023.

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12 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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01 08 Lecture

Ann Chia-Yi Li, MA
Thursday
12 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Revisiting Jung’s Encounter with Alchemy

Jung attempted to understand the nature of the psyche by comparing his clients’ unconscious material with symbolic images from alchemical treatises. In this presentation we will proceed in Jung’s footsteps as he studies various alchemical treatises. By following his twists and turns we hope to glimpse the unfolding of his understanding of the connections between psyche and alchemy.

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12 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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05 10 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Friday
13 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Jung and Africa

The importance of Jung’s trips to and experiences in Africa for his work and life.

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13 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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11 11 Lecture

Jody Schlatter, Dr. med.
Friday
13 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Aion: Development of the Self through the Age of Pisces

After his heart attack and near-death experience, Jung returned to three of his life’s major passions: Gnostic, alchemical and Christian symbols of the Self. In Aion he traces the development of the European psyche throughout the Christian era, addresses the problem of evil and the Antichrist, and finds an explanation for the Utopian mass psychoses which still trouble us today.

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13 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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01 17 Lecture

Gary Bruno Schmid, PhD
Friday
20 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45
27 September 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Biunity

The concept of biunity is introduced to explain the roles of knower (observer) and known (object of observation) in Ibn ‘Arabî’s Sufism , C.G. Jung’s Analytical Psychology and John von Neumann’s Quantum Theory. The concepts and the logic involved in this comparison have implications for the phenomena of psychogenic death, psychogenic healing and psychotherapy.

05 19 Lecture

Katarzyna Wach, Mgr. Psych., Soc. Psych.
Tuesday
24 September 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Cultural Complexes & Body Politics of Gender

Through looking at the Greek myth of silent Philomela and her transformation this lecture explores connecting with the dark feminine and using one’s own voice in the healing of trauma.


10 21 Lecture

Nancy van den Berg Cook, PhD
Thursday & Friday
26 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45
27 September 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Understanding and Treatment of Depression: from Jung’s ‘Creative Depression’ to New Discoveries in Neuroscience

Depression as regression of libido into the unconscious, understood as a process fundamental to individuation, is a core concept in Jung’s theories. We will review and deepen our understanding of this process and how to support and work with it as an analyst. Then we will look at the current understanding of ‘clinical depression’ as a physiological and psychiatric illness. We will proceed to examine recent discoveries in neuroscience which support Jung’s theories, and discuss Jaak Panksepp’s Affective Neuroscience theory which helps to diagnose and discuss depression.

11 24 Lecture

Murray Stein, PhD
Friday
4 October 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Panel: Psychology and the Arts

Panelists and their topics:

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
“Psychology and the Art of Poetry”

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
“Psychology and the Art of the Ecological Turnaround”

Luis Moris, MA
“Psychology and the Art of Film”

Paul Brutsche, Dr. phil.
“Psychology and the Art of Painting”

Murray Stein, PhD (moderator)

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4 October 2024 | 10:00–11:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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04 25 Lecture

Luis Moris, MA
Friday
4 October 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Stanley Kubrick and the Art of Evil in Film

Stanley Kubrick, like C.G. Jung, was profoundly aware of the problem of evil. Using clips from his movies, this lecture first aims to experience evil as Kubrick wants us to see it, then to reflect about it using Jungian psychology.

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4 October 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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11 26 Lecture

Douglas Whitcher, PhD
Marena Whitcher, MA
Max Whitcher, MA
Friday
4 October 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Music Beneath the Waves

These five songs recreate a descent into the Underworld and resurfacing from the Unconscious: Ode to Anima, Tyger, Hymn to Sophia, Nightbirds, and Paper Airplane. I will tell you where they came from and we will perform them.

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4 October 2024 | 15:00–16:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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11 28 Open Seminar

Eleonóra Babejová, PhD
Wednesday
9 October 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Love’s Work

“All reality is iconoclastic. The earthly beloved, even in this life, incessantly triumphs over your mere idea of her.”
– C.S. Lewis in Grief Observed
We will explore the theme of Otherness in relation to the beloved. What or who is the beloved? Is he/she inner or outer? What happens in the space between myself and the other? How do I differentiate between the ideal and the reality of the other person, between the Other in my psyche that still keeps me enclosed within my own universe and the outer Other who forces me to open myself to the new and unexpected?


11 29 Lecture

Patrick Zuk, Professor
Wednesday & Thursday
9 October 2024 | 15:00–16:45
10 October 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Richard Wagner’s Parsifal: Trauma and the Individuation Process

This module will analyse the psychological resonance of Richard Wagner’s musical drama Parsifal, showing how it depicts the perils and rewards of the individuation process and the metamorphosis of consciousness through confrontation with the shadow and anima/animus. A key focus will be representations of personal and collective trauma in Parsifal, and the ways in which the text and musical symbolism evoke similar phenomena encountered in clinical practice.

09 31 Lecture

Galina Angelova, MTheol.
Friday
11 October 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
From “Possession” and “Object Intrusion” to Neurosis

This lecture will start with the exploration of the understanding of psychic suffering and illness in antiquity. In a further step, we will compare Freud’s and Jung’s understanding of neurosis. How does the Jungian understanding of neurosis effect the analytical work?

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11 October 2024 | 10:00–11:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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11 36 Lecture

Dian Abdurachman, MBBS
Friday
18 October 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Value of Being Broken

The feeling of being ‘broken’ during psychic fragmentation is often accompanied by numinous experiences and unconscious experiences of identification with one’s surroundings.
I will discuss the concept of fragmentation, which is based on the psyche’s property of dissociability. We will also look at the way in which fragmentation and numinosity appear in conscious and unconscious material.
Lastly, through a discourse on the fairy tale “Jorinde and Joringel” we will contemplate fragmentation as an individuation path.


04 40 Lecture

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Tuesday
29 October 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Active Imagination: Working Therapeutically with Images

This is a theoretical overview of active imagination and a prerequisite for the experiential seminar. You will learn about this creative process C.G. Jung used himself and hear about the objectives and stages of active imagination as described by Marie-Louise von Franz. Vital information about when and when not to use active imagination will also be presented. Participants will be familiarized with central Jungian concepts such as compensation, tension of the opposites, and transcendent function.


08 45 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Tuesday & Friday
5 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
8 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Nature and Nurture: Archetypal Forces in Early Child Development

We will look at the unfolding emotional needs, tasks, and achievements of the young child and explore the relevance of holding, containment, attachment, impingements, intersubjectivity, life stages, and archetypal steps. We will examine how deficits in early childhood show up in everyday life and in analysis with adults.

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8 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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09 50 Lecture

John Desteian, JD, DPsy
Tuesday
12 November 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Jung and Kernberg: The Same Idea in Different Words

Contrary to what many think, Jung had a definite notion of object relations; he formulated perhaps the first thorough description of the ego’s relation to internal objects. Kernberg’s descriptions of object relations bear similarities to aspects of Jung’s. The question is then whether they treated object relations similarly or differently. This lecture will explore the similarities and differences.

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12 November 2024 | 10:00–11:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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11 51 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Tuesday & Thursday
12 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
14 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
19 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
21 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Living Meaningfully

We will explore ways in which the individuation journey is a pilgrimage which asks for authenticity, differentiation, integrity, and resilience. It is a journey of becoming who we are meant to be, reflecting creatively on insights from the unconscious, discovering our unique path, and responding to that which lies deepest within.

04 60 Lecture

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Friday
15 November 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
David Blum Paintings Celebration

In spring of 2024 Sarah Blum donated a sequence of 43 oil-based crayon paintings—her late husband David Blum’s psychological legacy—to ISAPZURICH. This illuminating series is this autodidactic painter’s self- explorative journey, his individuation process, as he grapples with cancer. Through his dreams he meets his inner guide, a Wise Old Dog, his own inner wisdom, that supports and comforts him on his ultimate transformative journey.
This course is comprised of six short lectures:

Deborah Egger, MSW
What the Blum Collection means to ISAP

Murray Stein, PhD
“My Appointment with David Blum”

Sarah Blum (video)
The Soul of David Blum

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
A Bond of Music - My Friendship with David and Sarah Blum

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil. &
Penelope Yungblut, MA
The Healing Power of Images: “A Miracle has Taken Place”

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Why Do We Collect Pictures?


03 53 Lecture

Ulrike Bercher Baumgartner, MSc
Thursday
21 November 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
“The Legend of the Giant Finn who Built the Cathedral of Lund in Sweden”

A Jungian interpretation of the legend will be presented.


06 54 Lecture

Marco Della Chiesa, lic. phil.
Friday
22 November 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Symbolism and Dramaturgy of Christmas

Pictures from art history show us the way. A prelude to Christmas.


01 16 Lecture

Begüm Gürses-Sulzer, MSc.
Thursday
28 November 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Helper’s Predicament: A Jungian Exploration of Helping Others

Helping others or the role of the helper is widely respected and highly regarded. Helping is often considered the “right” thing to do; it is an honorable act. Is there no negative potential in helping others? Does helping never inflict harm? What is the cost of being the helper? This course explores the persona and the shadow of the social worker, the physician, and the psychotherapist/analyst.


06 57 Lecture

Eckhard Frick, Prof. Dr. med.
Friday
29 November 2024 | 13:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Called or Uncalled? A Jungian Approach to a Spirituality after the Spiritual Turn

Jung views spirituality (“Geistigkeit”) not only as an intellectual but also as an experiential quest that can be understood as being seized by the numinous qualities of the spirit archetype. Healing involves achieving or regaining a “religious attitude” that cannot be achieved by mere conformity to religious institutions or by the ritual consumption of psychedelic drugs (“entheogens” that bring forth the inner god). How can we understand this religious/spiritual attitude in today’s world which is characterized by a “spiritual turn”, i.e. an individual search for meaning, connectedness and transcendence?


03 58 Lecture

Paul Wassmann, Prof. emeritus
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
3 December 2024 | 10:00–11:45
4 December 2024 | 13:00–14:45
5 December 2024 | 10:00–11:45
6 December 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Hidden Pathways of Germanic Mythology

The lectures offer an overview of Germanic mythology within the context of Indo-European cultures. I will be focusing on the old Germanic world view, the creation of the world, the dawn of the gods and the psychological role of some of the most significant gods and goddesses. Much of what is called modernity is based on old Germanic culture and mythology. Connecting with hidden roots is an essential aspect of individuation. Particular attention will be paid to female characters in Germanic mythology.

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