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CJC Video Archives

 

Satya Byock
Satya Byock

Salomé: The Antidote 20 September 2019 How Jung's Red Book can provide an antidote for a world out of balance

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Suki Heath
Suki Heath

Healing Power of Images 18 October 2019 From time immemorial human beings have expressed themselves not only through language, but through images. Visual expression is natural to our experience of ourselves, each other, and the world we inhabit

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Bridget Rattigan
Bridget Rattigan

Regression Therapy 17 January 2020 How regression to the past can bring freedom in the future.

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MARK ARGENT
MARK ARGENT

Jung and Today's World 21 February 2020 Our world in 2020 from a Jungian viewpoint.

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Jeannet Weurman
Jeannet Weurman

Our Disconnected World 17 April 2020 The presentation considers, whether the numinous power of particular myths to guide us is relative to time and culture, whether we might be going through a time of a waning of these two myths, prior to a new myth emerging.

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Nick Lewin
Nick Lewin

Dangers and Opportunites 15 May 2020 Jung tried to use his evolving psychological model to understand world crises in the twentieth century.

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Gillian Brown
Gillian Brown

Buried Treasure 20 September 2018 There is a journey that we are called to take: Dreams stirring in the Unconscious offer to lead us on the quest to find a great and mysterious wealth. In the search for buried treasure we will travel with the Peddlar of Swaffham into an exploration of what we might discover when we listen to the dream

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Rhea Quien
Rhea Quien

Dance of Light 19th October 2018 Rhea presents two pioneering, interdisciplinary, fine art films whose goal is to contribute towards deepening our relationship with nature and caring for it

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Thomas Rochford
Thomas Rochford

The Alchemy of the Mosque 18th January 2019 A Mosque as an Alchemical engine of Transformation

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John  Fitzgerald
John Fitzgerald

Spirit of the fertile Sea 22 February 2019 An analysis of the Mallorcan Folktale of the Dolphin, the Spirit of the Fertile Sea

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Sarah Freed
Sarah Freed

Emotional Expression 15 March 2019 On how creativity can bring about emotional expression, healing and freedom

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Tia Kuchmy
Tia Kuchmy

Bells of Eternity 26 April 2019 Some insights into the music of Arvo Pärt from a Jungian perspective

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Rabbi Howard Cooper
Rabbi Howard Cooper

What happened in Eden 21 June 2019 The story from the viewpoint of each of the four participants

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Martin Knops
Martin Knops

Spirituality and Jung 15th September 2017 An exploration of the shattering of the ego-self axis and its implications in the religious and spiritual contex.

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Richard Barlow
Richard Barlow

Thoughts on The Self 17th November 2017 Wunggud's Thread - an Indigenous Australian Creation myth - as well as on the Red Book to illustrate how and why Jung’s concept of the Self is of Universal relevance and central to an understanding of his psychology. It is of vital importance in our own lives and understanding and is a lifelong process.

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Gary Sparks
Gary Sparks

The Spirit in Matter 19th January 2018 Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung shared much in common, including their enjoyment of a pipe, and it was Pauli who persuaded Jung to publish his thoughts on Synchronicity. Pauli wrote to Jung in December 1947 noting that parallels between their interests provided “serious evidence that what is developing is indicative of a close fusion of psychology with the scientific experience of the processes in the material physical world.”

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Mick Collins
Mick Collins

The Visionary Spirit 16th March 2018 Explorations on how processes of active imagination can inform imaginative actions to serve the greater good

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Matthew Harwood
Matthew Harwood

IFS & Active Imagination 20 April 2018 Introduction toa radical new style of therapy which builds on Jung’s technique of Active Imagination & takes it to a new level. Jung’s technique of Active Imagination can be taken to a whole new level of effectiveness takes it to a new level.

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Jane Earle
Jane Earle

Jungian View of Our Times 21st October 2016 The talk was given in the spring of 2017 at a time when many changes were taking place including Brexit, the election of Donald Trump as President of the USA, and the development of nuclear weapons in North Korea. Jane examines these events from the perspective of a Jungian Analyst working on the Psyche of the Cosmos

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Birgit Heuer
Birgit Heuer

The Words we work with 17 Feb 2017 Dr. Birgit Heuer examines the language used in case notes and proposes a more positive language of Health & Healing

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Catrine Clay
Catrine Clay

Labyrinths 17 Mar 2017 A talk about Emma Jung's life and her contribution to Jungian Psychology

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Gottfried Heuer
Gottfried Heuer

Spooky Action: Einstein & Jung 19 May 2017 An examination of the psychological context for Jung & Einstein's "Spooky Action at Distance" (Quantum Entanglement)

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Richard Barwell
Richard Barwell

The Freud-Jung Split 15 Apr 2016 An analysis of the events leading up to the break in Jung's Relationship with Freud. Presenter shows how some similarities in both Freud and Jung's relationships with their Fathers may have contributed to this.

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David Peat
David Peat

Energy 28 February 1997

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