Psyche and Cinema: The Matrix

Psyche and Cinema: The Matrix

The Matrix: Consciousness and Truth.

This is from our Psyche & Cinema series and looks at three key ideas from Jungian psychology through the lens of the 1999 film, The Matrix: the 2nd personality as the doorway to individuation, our neuroses as a psychic prison and the relationship of truth to consciousness.

The Magnum Opus

Phoenix painting by Benjamin A. Vierling
Phoenix painting by Benjamin A. Vierling

The Magnum Opus of Jung’s work was the pursuit of individuation.

The Centre for Applied Jungian Psychology has launched a brand new four stage programme to guide you on your journey towards individuation.

This exciting new programme follows the four alchemical stages Nigredo, Albedo, Citrinitas and Rubedo with each stage focusing on a different aspect of the journey to individuation. Each stage is presented online over 12 weeks.

The tools and skills required for the ongoing pursuit of individuation has never been more accessible.  

Nigredo will open for admission on the 2nd of January 2017!

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  • SUNA Reply

    Well presented!

    December 30, 2016 at 9:49 am

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