There is a recurrent thought that the goal of life is to achieve happiness. Yet our own psyche frequently derails our fantasy and pulls us under into an emotional swampland. It is in such swamplands where the soul is fashioned and forged, character is tested, and values enlarged beyond the ego’s limited purview by the soul’s agenda.
This course is about the rebirth of the Future—it’s time to shine. Join world-renowned Jungian analyst, Robert Bosnak, as he will show you, after a year of shattering, how we can let ourselves thrive. He does so by providing an alchemical perspective on this rebirth of the Future.
Jung’s writings on the concept of synchronicity are some of the most exciting and most easily misunderstood aspects of his theory. Join Ken James in this examination of Jung’s ideas as he will reveal that synchronicity, for Jung, is the key to discerning the paradoxical unity of psyche and matter.
Psychological and Spiritual Perspectives
for your Personal Journey.
We carefully select our faculty members. They include some of the most soulful, embodied and respected teachers in their fields.
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.
In the modern world, men are expected to achieve outward “success.” You may feel that success means a good career with recognition for your accomplishments and financial reward, a family, and a network of friends. I imagine you have worked really hard at whatever path you have chosen and still put in long hours. If that traditional path has not been yours – my message still applies – there is still a cultural pressure to have “exterior success” that determines your self-worth.
In reality, the English language has only one word for love. Borrowing from Greek, we see that the words, Eros, Philia and Agape help in the expansion of our consciousness about different aspects of love. If nothing else, we discuss that love exists in the unity of a plurality of feelings. There are many aspects of love and yet paradoxically, there is a unity in the diversity of the several aspects.
Why bother with the dreams of the night when our day is a nightmare? Stricken with grief we feel not only loss and sadness, but also rage. When risk increases so does outrage. This is a disorienting mixture of emotions. We drown as the ground quakes under us and solid ground becomes quicksand. Spontaneously we enter the world of metaphor, by day and by night. Jungian analyst and world famous dream worker Robert Bosnak, who has worked professionally with dreams for fifty years, believes that people vividly remember the pandemic dreams because they are strikingly powerful.
“How amazing that I can watch one of the most respected minds in depth psychology from my small village in the middle of nowhere!”
“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.”