New York Center for Jungian Studies presents

Seminars and study tours in extraordinary places and online, too.

Weeklong: July 16–20, 2023
The Pursuit of Happiness:
Myth or Meaning?

From a Jungian perspective, happiness is a byproduct of being in right relationship to our souls, finding meaning in life. During the course of our week, beginning with a keynote address by Jim Hollis, and through presentations by Jungian analysts and authors, Ashok Bedi, Safron Rossi, Dennis Patrick Slattery, and Ann Belford Ulanov, we will explore this complex theme together.

Weekend: July 21 & 22, 2023
The New Myth of God:
Jung’s Approach to Spirituality and Religion

A special weekend workshop with Lionel Corbett

When our spirituality cannot be contained within traditional institutions, there is an urgent need for new ways to articulate our experience of the sacred. In this workshop, Lionel Corbett will contrast Jung’s notion of the Self as the God within with traditional theistic approaches to the divine and will describe the range of ways in which the Self may appear within the psyche.

November 8–15, 2023
The Symbolic Life: Language of the Soul

Experience in-depth presentations on the language of the soul with our superb faculty, including Earl Collins, Ann Belford Ulanov, and Monika Wikman. Visit notable sites, among them Avila and Toledo.

Plus an option to extend your visit with a 5-day tour of Cordoba, Granada & Seville, November 15–20

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