THE CONSCIOUS LIVING PROGRAM
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO WORKING WITH JUNGIAN THEORY
A self-study, twelve-week course teaching the tools from Jungian Psychology for ongoing self-exploration, self-analysis and permanent transformation.
Course Duration: 12 weeks
Delivery of content: weekly emails
1. The Collective Unconscious & Archetypes
2. The Personal Unconscious & Complexes
3. Projection & the Shadow
4. Dream Work
5. Ego & Consciousness
8. Transference & Countertransference
9. Anima & Animus
10. Myth & Fairy Tales
11. Paradox & the Transcendent Third
ABOUT THE COURSE
There is a plethora of books, articles and resources available on Jungian theory. Here, at the Centre for Applied Jungian Studies, we have spent many years developing a methodology of the (practical) applications of Jungian theory. The success and efficacy of these applications leading to personal transformation is evident based on the testimonials from our students and alumni around the globe, that we have received over the last 10 years of teaching both online and “real world” programmes.
The applied nature of the applications helps to build sufficient ego strength needed in order to face your unconscious content. The interactions you will have with some of the unknown parts of yourself may feel overwhelming at first. This is a good sign! A sure step towards becoming a more whole and liberated version of yourself – your own law. As C. G. Jung said, ” The only meaningful life is a life that strives for individual realisation, absolute and unconditional, of its own particular law. To the extent that a man is untrue to the law of his being…he has failed to realise his own life’s meaning.”
This is a self-study program that runs over three months and consists of twelve modules. A module is delivered every week to your email inbox for twelve weeks. Each week you will receive a PDF document with a podcast for each module. We strongly advise you to purchase a journal for this process as the work is process based and self-reflective.
The focus of the Centre for Applied Jungian Studies is on the application of these psychodynamic concepts. It is through reflection and personal application that these ideas are made conscious and transmutation is achieved.
- Twelve modules: each module is a comprehensive, practical and applied introduction to and overview of each of the concepts covered, sent as a podcast and transcript.
- A list of additional reading material and YouTube videos for each module.
- Applications for each module to integrate the concepts and apply them to your own life and psyche.
- Clear and simple descriptions of theory presented.
* Deepen your understanding of yourself and the world.
* Redefine who you are and shift dysfunctional dynamics.
* Actively work on yourself.
* Learn the practical techniques of ongoing transformation.
I’ve learnt about my female strength, and I am prepared to acknowledge it which I’m really proud of. I can see it. Equally I feel as though my eyes have widened to see my individual balance of expression as not simply scripted as female with an animus. I feel quite released by that. Also the concept of my inferior extraverted feeling function and how this knits into my increasing understanding of myself. I have seen myself a little more alive recently possibly, and a little warmer to those around me perhaps.
I’m still a relative newbie when it comes to Jung and individuation – but I truly feel like I’ve had another boost forwards, and have more understanding of the theory and of me.
I’m already excited about joining another course!
Now that the course is winding down I wish to thank Stephen and Anneke and everyone for this collaborative, introspective course. I learned new concepts which is always a thrill intellectually and provides valuable tools in assessing myself and others and the human condition, but there is a lot to unpack here so I plan to continue my self-education. This course was not easy for me emotionally and interestingly, several roadblocks came up in my life during this course. I wish everyone the best on your journey to individuation. In solidarity,