For those who might be interested in joining a live interview I am doing tomorrow, I will be speaking with Aiden Moore of the Practical Jung series about Jung’s and Tolkien’s Red Books!
The event will take place on Sunday, January 31 at 11:30 am–1:30 pm Pacific time, and will include the interview, a question and answer segment, small group discussions, and a closing dialogue. I would be delighted to see you there!
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About the Practical Jung Series
“Practical Jung is a regular series spearheaded by Aiden Moore within the 52 Living Ideas community. We meet for two hours every other Sun at 2:30 Eastern time to explore how we can practically apply the wisdom of Carl Jung to our everyday lives. Jung’s ideas are often cloaked in abstract language that is hard to digest. Given that fact, I wanted to create a conversation and community around Jungian psychology that is for the rest of us! A conversation that works to demystifying some of his ideas and make them applicable to our daily living—regardless of our previous experience with Jungian psychology.
Each session will include an interview with an expert in the field of Jungian psychology and the conversation will revolve around a specific topic (like romantic relationships, anxiety, projection, shadow, etc.). These sessions are for people of all levels – newly curious about Jung to established Jungian analysts – so whatever your previous experience in the field you are sure to walk away with something practical to apply to your own life!”
3) Break-out room discussion
Register for this event: https://www.meetup.com/52LivingIdeas/events/275653908/.
3 Replies to “Practical Jung”
Hi Becca, will there be a recording please? I cannot attend live but I’d love to listen to the recording. Thank you
El sáb, 30 ene 2021 a las 20:41, Becca Tarnas () escribió:
> Becca Tarnas posted: ” For those who might be interested in joining a live > interview I am doing tomorrow, I will be speaking with Aiden Moore of the > Practical Jung series about Jung’s and Tolkien’s Red Books! The event will > take place on Sunday, January 31 at 11:30 am–1:30″ >
There will be a recording, although I do not yet know the details of when it will be released.
So sorry I missed this! I only just saw it now — a bit behind on my WordPress followings. 🙂 I’ll look forward to the recording once it’s released.