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TOWARDS GUIDING YOU ON THIS JOURNEY, WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING:
- Blogs on various Jungian concepts. Some blogs are more practical and others more philosophical, but all are aimed at stimulating you intellectually or provide profound insight into your own being.
- Resources. We list local and international Jungian Analysts and Psychometrists.
- Workshops and Modules.The majority of these Modules are taught in Johannesburg, but we also run courses in Cape Town and Durban. The Monthly Foundation Modules are HPCSA accredited. In addition to these we also run Personal Growth workshops. Follow the links below for more information.
THE FOCUS OF THE CENTRE OF APPLIED JUNGIAN STUDIES IS:
- Teaching the transformational tools of Jungian Psychology
- Making Jungian psychology accessible and practical
- Stimulating our communtiy with psychological, thought provoking and spiritual ideas.
WHO IS C.G. JUNG?:Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) is the founder of Analytical Psychology. Along with Sigmund Freud he is the father and pioneer of the science of depth psychology or psychodynamics.
Amongst many other things, Jung contributed to psychology are the concepts of the collective unconscious, archetypes, personality typology, and a unique system of accessing the unconscious through dreams, active imagination and play. The systems of play, drama and art therapy all draw heavily on his work.He is also known for the 12 step programme for addiction recovery; the word association test – the forerunner to all modern psychometric testing as well the lie detector test. Jung gave us the first psychological reading of mythology and fable and his work with the Nobel physicist Wolfgang Pauli in describing universal principals that underpin both physical and psychic reality. Perhaps more than any of these though Jung’s greatest contribution was the possibility of meaningful soul life in the modern world, in the face of scientific reductionism, without resorting to esotericism and without dismissing the undeniable truths of science.
He was undoubtedly one of the greatest minds of the twentieth century; the results of his research and work is contained in the 20 volumes of The Collected Works of C. G. Jung.
For more information on C.G. Jung, follow this link.