Start Date: 5 August 2023
Registration closes: Thursday the 3rd of August at midnight (PST)
Duration: 120 days (4 months)
Tuition fees: $175 single payment (or 4 monthly payments of $50)
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & CONTENT
Join us for a one-hundred-day guided practice of the individuation as a daily ethic, ritual, and meditation. This practice includes and is inspired by the Taoist Microcosmic Orbit Meditation, as detailed in the text of The Secret of the Golden Flower.
Included over the course of the 120 days:
10 days of preparation,
100 days of practice
10 days post practice debrief and assimilation.
We will guide you in understanding and applying the Jungian ethic of individuation as a daily meditative, conscious, and ritualistic practice.
The programme is led by Stephen Anthony Farah MA, the programme architect, who has developed this method and practice over the last two decades. This method is and inspired by the Secret of the Golden Flower Text and Jung’s psychoanalytic interpretation of the text.
Stephen will be assisted on this programme by co-facilitators Denise Franklin and Tasha Tollman, their respective bios below.
8 live webinars: fortnightly throughout the prgramme on a Sunday at 17h00 (GMT). (All webinars are recorded for later viewing for those unable to attend live.)
Membership of a private and facilitated Facebook group for all students throughout the programme for the sharing and discussion of the applications and other reflections throughout the programme, with other students on the programme and with the facilitation team.
Detailed applications and exercises to follow for the duration of the programme.
A close reading of a few texts related to the practice.
All essential learning material is provided.
Additional film, video lecture and reading links and recommendations, throughout the programme.
12 months access to all learning material after the end of the programme.
3 bonus lectures
Where the Golden Flower is Blooming: The Resonances of Daoist alchemy and Jungian Psychology, by Ann Chia-Yi Li, MA
Mysterium Coniunctionis: Jung’s Visionary Testament, by Murray Stein, PhD
Theoria and Therapeia: an Aristotelian Perspective, by Professor Dylan Futter
REGISTRATION OFFER FOR PREVIOUS STUDENTS
Start Date: 5 August 2023
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The programme will be led by Stephen Anthony Farah MA, the programme architect, who has developed this method and practice over the last two decades. This method is built on an and inspired by the Secret of the Golden Flower Text and Jung’s psychoanalytic interpretation of the text. Stephen will be assisted on this programme by co-facilitator Denise Francklin.
Stephen Anthony Farah, MA is the co-founder and Head of Learning and Research at The Centre for Applied Jungian Studies South Africa. He is the current co-Chair of the International Association of Jungian Studies. Stephen holds an honours degree in analytical philosophy from the University of the Witwatersrand and a master’s degree in Jungian and Post Jungian Studies from the University of Essex. Stephen’s areas of interest include psychoanalysis, film, psychoeducation, consciousness, individuation, and Future Studies. His published papers include ‘True Detective and Jung’s Four Steps of Transformation’ published in ‘The Routledge International Handbook of Jungian Film Studies’ (2018) and ‘The Freak: in Search of Jung’s second Personality’, in the anthology ‘The Spectre of the Other in Jungian Psychoanalysis: Political, Psychological and Sociological Perspectives’, (Routledge 2022) which he co-edited.
For more details on Stephen’s journey with SGF text please follow this link.
Tasha Tollman a facilitator and mentor at The Centre of Applied Jungian Studies, encountered Jung for the first time in 2006, graduated from the Master Class and the Clinical Concepts Programme in 2014. Having directly experienced the transformative power of Jungian psychology, she enthusiastically shares her journey and knowledge guiding others along the path into the depths of the psyche. With her degrees in Adult Education, Training and Development (ETDP UJ) and NLP she continues to mine the depths of her psyche, describing the journey as exciting, enriching and meaningful.
Denise Francklin is the founder and developer of Therapeia ©. Denise is a psychological astrologer, conscious movement facilitator, senior student at the Centre for Applied Jungian Studies, and works professionally in the field of interior design and architecture. Of herself, Densie says, “I am happiest in the sweet and simple reverie of sweeping the floor, wiping the table, dusting the books; out on long silent walks in nature; deep in intimate conversation with a friend, with a tree, with the moon. I love to have my nose tucked into mythological stories of the gods and my imagination reaching out into the vast open space of the cosmos through the lens of archetypal and psychological astrology.”