November 21-22, 2019

Ursula BraschUrsula Brasch, Sino MA
Training and Supervising Jungian Analyst
C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, C.G. Jung Institute Stuttgart

2nd Weekend Courses: November 23-24, 2019

09:00  Registration
09:30 – 11:30


Open Lecture  On Synchronicity

“Such a coincidence” we say, expressing something meaningful. This is already synchronistic and describes a coincidence in which two different and independent events meet at the same time and form a meaningful connection. C.G. Jung speaks of Synchronicity as a psychically conditioned relativity of space and time, which is diametrically opposed to that of causality. His concept of Synchronicity is significant for the psychological understanding of the I Ching and the significance of the hexagrams obtained through a synchronistic event, namely, tossing coins. The lecture discusses Jung’s synchronicity concept and its specific meaning for the psychological understanding of I Ching.

    Lunch Break


Reading Seminar


 Introduction of I-Ching ‘Book of Changes”

Theoretical introduction in the genesis of the I Ching, its philosophy and its cultural and historical background. Explanation of the structure of the I Ching: The complementary opposites of Yin and Yang. The System of the 8 Trigrams and 64 Hexagrams and the meaning of the lines.

   Tea Break




Experiential  Seminar:
Self-experience with the  I-Ching and case study

Discussing and reading about: Hexagram 11 Peace and 12 Standstill, and 63 After Completion and 64 Before Completion. Interactive exchange about the responses of the book based on synchronicity. Focus on how to find a good question and how to interpret the answers.

Required literature

Wilhelm, Richard: The I Ching or Book of changes, Bollingen series 1997
Balkin, Jack M.: The Laws of Change: I Ching and the Philosophy of Life 2009
Cleary Thomas: The Taoist I Ching, Shambhala Publications 1986

Focus on how to find a good question and how to interpret the answers.

09:00 – 11:00 Open Seminar Synchronicity, I-Ching, and Analytical Psychology

Comparison between Confucian and Taoist approach and understanding. Discussion about the different point of views. The book of Changes embraces the essential meaning of the various situations of life: thus we are in position to shape our lives meaningfully, by acting in accordance with order and sequence, and doing in each case what the situation requires. In this way we are equal to every situation, because we accept it’s meaning without resistance, and so we attain peace of soul.

11:15-11:30  Closing
Item: Course Fees:
Administration Fee SG$ 25
Year 4: Beyond the Wound
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and lectures
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