GC Jung institute of Seattle

CGJIS Seattle - Analyst Events

ANALYST EVENTS

 

BOOK BY TERRILL GIBSON, Ph.D.

Our world is bathed in ongoing biological, political, cultural, climate, and spiritual crises that seem endless. If anything, these disruptions appear to be spiraling into ever larger threat fronts that challenge our survival as a species.

Carl Gustav Jung, renowned Swiss psychiatrist, avowed in his archetypal psychology that there is a portal of transforming possibility if we have the courage to enter that doorway. That threshold entering demands that we embrace our individual and collective sufferings and then seek the path of meaning and destiny that is always resident deeply at the core of such trauma.

This book narrates how this destiny is found and lived forward for both each individual life and for our varied human cultures. It affirms and gives examples of the deep-soul dimension of life that lies under the often chaotic surface—the liminal realm of animate and guiding dream, vision, myth, and spirituality where the gods meet us so that we all can find our mutual way Home. This liminal world is navigated through the metaphoric and literalness of pilgrimage, performance, and political processes in our personal and cultural lives. What might be your path of destiny?

https://www.amazon.com/Liminal-Luminescent-Reflections-Ensouled-Troubled/dp/1666724149

 

Institute Seminars

Please join Jungian Analyst,

SUZAN ROOD WILSON

for an ongoing seminar series on Jung’s

NIETZSCHE’S ZARATHUSTRA LECTURES, VOLUMES 1 AND 2
For Licensed Professionals in the field of Psychology

 This seminar will begin September 2020. These impressive texts may require four or more years to complete.  Participants should be willing to commit to the entire seminar series.  The seminars will be held monthly.

Please contact Suzan Rood Wilson at 206-935-4744, if you are interested in joining this depth study of one of Jung’s great master works. You may also email Suzan at:
suzanrwilson@jungiananalystseattle.com

 

 

Institute Seminars

For Spring 2022:

The C. G. Jung Society, Seattle
will present

ONCE UPON A TIME: WHY JUNGIANS READ FAIRY TALES

The class will be co-facilitated by Jungian analysts,
STEPHANIE GIERMAN and JAMES MAX GOSSETT

“How do we interpret a fairy tale? It is really like stalking a very evasive stag.” — The Interpretation of Fairy Tales, Marie Louise von Franz, p. 37

SPRING CLASS DATES:
First Friday of each month:
January 7, 2022
February 4, 2022
March 4, 2022
April 1, 2022
May 6, 2022 

Class time: 6:30 to 8:30 pm (no break) via Zoom.

For registration and further information, including Continuing Education credits, please check the Jung Society Upcoming Events page or call the Seattle Jung Society office at

(206) 547-3956
https://jungseattle.net/

 

triangle

 

JAMES MAX GOSSETT

is presenting April 8 & 9 through the Dallas Jung Society:

 https://www.jungdallas.org/programs-cg-jung-society.html

Presentation: Fairy Tales and Symbolic Life

Friday, April 8 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (note this is Central Standard Time)

 

Workshop: Fairy Tales and Symbolic Life

Saturday, April 9, 2022, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon