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Presenting the 25th annual


Seminar Series in Rhinebeck, New York

July 13-14, 2018
Living the Imaginal Life: Pre-Seminar Intensive

July 15–20, 2018
Looking Back, Looking Forward:
Reviewing and Reorienting Our Lives

July 20–21, 2018
In-Between Times: Something Gone, Something Not Yet



Most of us are caught up with the challenges and demands of everyday life—whether psychological or concrete—and don’t make the time to explore what lies deep within us. Our Jung on the Hudson seminars provide an ideal setting to stretch ourselves psychologically, learn how to better balance spirit and matter, and mine the depths of our inner soul. When we can embrace the invisible, respect the power of our unconscious, and look beyond causality and effect, we are able to further our potential for individuation and growth.

Our Jung on the Hudson seminars offer a unique opportunity for participants to meet and exchange ideas with others who come from diverse backgrounds yet have a common interest in exploring the psychology and ideas of C. G. Jung. Open to individuals from all fields as well as mental-health professionals, these programs are designed to meet the need of those interested in exploring the relevance of Jung’s ideas to their personal lives or professional activities.

This coming summer, we are very proud to be celebrating our Silver Anniversary, the 25th annual Jung on the Hudson seminars. As always, this summer’s program is rich in content and features outstanding, internationally recognized analysts and authors. We invite you to join us in the scenic and historic Hudson Valley as we mark this important milestone with special celebrations and activities.

— Aryeh Maidenbaum and Diana Rubin, Directors, New York Center for Jungian Studies