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Come home to your true nature and live a more embodied spiritual life

Carl Jung and yoga both acknowledge the psyche’s spiritual instinct—its innate knowledge and capacity to transform, transcend, heal, and feel whole.  This course will explore the intersections of classical yoga, depth psychology, and current-day neuroscience. 

The course is practical and includes exercises, journal prompts and meditations that you can follow to help you heal as you journey toward individuation.

Number of Classes:

4 Class Course

Class Length:

60 min

What you will receive


4 Video & Audio recordings


Companion Guide


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Course Description

Leanne Whitney is the guide in this course on Classical Yoga, Jungian-oriented depth psychology and neuroscience. She will bring theory to the ground and lead you into a more embodied and lead you into a more felt experience of the spiritual life.

Leanne Whitney holds a doctorate in depth psychology. She specializes in the intersection of Western approaches with Eastern and shamanic practices to achieve healing and integration. 

Many people in the heartlands of North America and Europe are feeling the loss of meaning in their lives, a kind of spiritual disconnection or existential emptiness. This course offers practical, holistic approaches that respond both to this spiritual alienation and to the extraordinary pressures of contemporary culture.

Jung found evidence  that validated his ideas on the psyche’s spiritual instinct. He repeatedly witnessed the soul’s innate knowledge and capacity to transform, transcend, heal, and feel whole.  Present day neuroscience also recognizes the relation between the spiritual function and mental health. The harmful effects of a decline in faith on trauma recovery has been demonstrated. The positive mental health effects of engaging the psyche’s spiritual function have also been well documented. Yoga offers an immediately accessible and enjoyable way to engage in a spiritual practice. 

In this course you will learn that well-being, individuation and embodied spiritual experience go hand-in-hand. Healing our psychic splits is of  immeasurable value for our day-to-day wellbeing.  This healing includes  knowledge in regard to the ‘guardrails’ of suffering and discontent; improved abilities to relate and communicate; and increased wisdom in relationship to flow states, resonance and synchronicity.

This course combines theory with practices. Each class includes breathwork, meditations and/or journal prompts that help self inquiry.

This is a potent course.  It  offers practices that we can readily undertake, practices that will help us in healing our painful psychic splits and our suffering. 

The classes are available now.

This course is ideal if

  • Learn more about Carl Jung, yoga and science and their relevance in your daily life.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of embodied spirituality and how yoga practices and Jungian psychology stimulate the individuation process.
  • Meditate, practice and explore in a playful manner how to come home to your true nature.
  • Enhance the relationship with yourself, others and a spiritual life

Course Overview

Class 1 

In this first class Leanne offers an overview of Jung´s ideas and classical yoga. A long-time explorer of the field, she discusses intersections of Jungian psychology, yoga and current scientific findings.  

Class 2 

In the second class Leanne looks first into Jung’s ideas of the complex. Next she briefly discusses the new science of affective neuroscience to explore how the positive and negative affects might be coding for particular experiences. She also touches on the ‘hand model of the brain’ and polyvagal theory. She provides  theoretical insights, breathing practices and journal prompts to  enhance  our connections to the source, ourselves, and each other through the heart.

Class 3 

This third class explores the hidden value of a coherent narrative, and what we can do to help us regulate our bodily states. Leanne shows that integration in the brain is important for integration in our relationships; as within, so without. The theory and practices of this class focus on our common spiritual ground and our interdependence. 

Class 4 Webinar Q&A

The class gave participants a place to share experiences and reflections. It also offered the opportunity for asking questions.  


By the end of this course you will

  • Describe the intersection of Jungian psychology, classical yoga and current day neuroscience.
  • Deepen your embodied experience of spirituality
  • Analyze the inner states
  • Regulate your emotions
  • Get into a regular practice of embodying your spirituality


We here at Jung Platform want to make these programs available to anyone. If you would love to participate yet can’t pay for the full course, then please send us an email at [email protected] and describe why you feel you qualify for a scholarship, how much you can pay, and what you will do to help the Jung Platform promote this and other programs.

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