LECTURES, COURSES, WORKSHOPS
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C. G. Jung had a high opinion of Eastern insights and what he called the "Eastern psyche" as he sought to understand the Unconscious and its expression in the human past. He drew on Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian and other notions to elucidate some of the deeper aspects of his topic. This offering explores some of these, including mandala, yoga, the Tao te Ching, I Ching and other topics covered in Volume 11 of the Collected Works. We will address Jung’s concern that some of what these traditions taught was inappropriate for the "less developed" Western mind. This is a preliminary exploration, and participants should feel free to raise their own insights in the time available.