- November 20, 2015
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Lorna Crowl
This year’s Jungian Concepts Seminar is being presented by six seasoned Jungian analysts. This seminar is open to anyone interested in exploring Jung’s concepts, and is suitable for both new and returning participants, clinicians and non-clinicians. Questions and discussion will be welcome at each session.
Friday November 20: The Transpersonal Dimension to Human Experience
Transpersonal experiences are those in which the sense of identity with self extends beyond the individual to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche or cosmos. From a Jungian perspective, these include a number of spiritual, paranormal and transcendental experiences including ESP phenomenon, ego transcendence, and other states of expanded consciousness. Due to the “woo woo” nature of these phenomena, we in Western society may deny these experiences when they occur, or feel reluctant to share them, lest we be deemed “nuts”. In this seminar, you will be provided with a theoretical underpinning of the transpersonal aspect to life as well as have ample time to come out of the closet to claim and share your transpersonal experiences with others.
The Jungian Concepts Seminar IV Lineup Includes:
Friday October 30: Inflation: A Critical Element in One’s Individuation, Laura McGrew, LCPC
November 20: The Transpersonal Dimension to Human Experience, Lorna Crowl, LCSW
January 29: Jungian Dreamwork, Jane Kamerling, LCSW
February 26: The Ego’s Role in Individuation, Bob Moretti, PhD
April 29: Transformation, Judy Shaw, LCSW
May 27: Struggling with The Self and the Role of the Ego, Ken James, PhD