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We ask our teachers to provide examples, exercises, tools and companion guides where possible. To help you implement the insights into your daily life.
We aspire to help you connect deeper with yourself, with fellow participants, with faculty members and with the Other World.
There is a pandemic. People are scared to be in each other’s presence. Death tolls are rising everywhere. A search for the medicine is taking on ever greater importance. Rage and upheaval abound. War and displacement are deforming the world.
As millions of Baby Boomers choose not to merely grow old but to grow whole, to intentionally step across a threshold and become an Elder, we discover that aging can be a spiritual path. Its foundation is described in every spiritual tradition as ego transcendence, a shift in identity from a separate sense of self to a universal sense of inter-connectedness. Read More.
I hear you asking, “A Jung Platform course on the Tarot? Isn’t that fortune telling? What next, tea leaves?” My only response: perhaps!
Among the many orthodox and heterodox psychological concepts that Jung explored, divination and its companion, synchronicity, are part of the Jungian canon. Rather than being surprised at this, it is helpful to see Jung’s wide-ranging interests, including not only divination but also alchemy, flying saucers, and discussions of religion, soul, and spirit, as a testimony to the power of Analytical Psychology as a discipline as well as a therapeutic method.
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“Life affirmative and practical! This course was very helpful.”
“I got way more than I expected. Not only did I gain a new perspective that will change the way I see the world going forward. I was also deeply moved by the humor and generosity of the teacher.”