Year 4: September 2019 – August 2020
“Beyond the Wound: Jungian Treatment of Psychological Disorder”.
The lectures and seminars would be concerned with practice,
and this should include working in the transference,
or working with dreams and complexes, active imagination and other methods.
These methods or concepts have to ground in practical work with cases.
A man likes to believe that he is the master of his soul. But as long as he is unable to control his moods and emotions, or to be conscious of the myriad secret ways in which unconscious factors insinuate themselves into his arrangements and decisions, he is certainly not his own master.
The sad truth is that man’s real life consists of a complex of inexorable opposites—day and night, birth and death, happiness and misery, good and evil. We are not even sure that one will prevail against the other, that good will overcome evil, or joy defeat pain. Life is a battleground. It always has been, and always will be; and if it were not so, existence would come to an end.
—C. G. Jung, “The Soul of Man”, Man and His Symbols, p 83-85
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