The Grape at Las Olas
706 East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, 2013
February 22 & 23, 2013Friday Night 7:30 â 9:30 pm; Reception 6:30 pmSaturday 9:30 am â 4:30 pmThe Riverside Hotel, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
The Red Book as Medicine for our TimesWith Nancy FurlottiÂ The Red Book reflects not only Jungâs personal experience of his life, but an understanding of the larger collective experience, as well. C.G. Jung worked on The Red Book between 1913 and 1930, during the period around WWI and leading up to WWII. Historically, that was a very difficult and dangerous period. Now that The Red Book has been published 78 years later, questions arise about why it was published now, and itâs relevance to us in the 21st century, individually and culturally. Our current global situation is not that dissimilar from the period when Jung took up this work. This lecture will explore the questions of how it is relevant to us today in our postmodern world, and how it can contribute to a healthier sense of self and world view. We will explore how the ideas that emerged through his personal experience were then formulated into his theory of the nature and workings of the psyche that continues to be relevant to us individually and culturally. (2 CEUâs)Â Learning Objectives: Following the completion of this program, participants will be able to:Deepen their understanding of the relation between Jungâs personal experiences and the development of his analytical psychology as expressed in the Red Book; andDemonstrate insight into the relevance of the Red Book for our postmodern world.Â Â Saturday 9:30 am â 4:30 pm
Â The Red Book: Exploring Layers of SignificanceWith Nancy FurlottiÂ In these lectures we will explore C. G. Jung's personal journey into the unconscious as detailed in The Red Book, his Liber Novus. We will look at the influences in his personal life and what was happening in the world that led him to withdraw significantly from collective life to embark upon this difficult inner exploration. We will then follow the progression of inner figures he encounters on his journey and discuss how he relates to their changing development. Jungâs exploration of typology during this period led him to develop an orienting framework for understanding his experience. In addition to typology, we can see the development of many of his ideas and concepts that became incorporated into the larger body of his works and theories. Pulling all these pieces together, Jung arrived at his understanding of the nature of the psyche itself, and the concept which became the opus of his life's work, the transformation of the God image, a figure containing both good and evil. (6 CEUâs)Â Learning Objectives: Following the completion of this program, participants will be able to:Deepen their awareness of the global events that shaped the Red Book;Demonstrate knowledge of Jungâs individual encounters with the unconscious that influenced his Red Book writings;Â Define and distinguish between Spirit of the Times and Spirit of the Depths;Identify the different inner figures that emerge and progress during the writing of the Red Book, including Philemon and Salome;Clarify the manner in which the inner figures change, and the relation of the inner figures to Jungâs psyche;Â Identify the influence of Jungâs typology development on the Red Book;Demonstrate a broader understanding of the ways in which the Red Book suggests the central concepts about which Jung wrote in his later works on the dynamics of the psyche; andÂ Deepen their understanding to what Jung means by God and by Godâs transformation.Â Nancy Swift Furlotti, M. A., Ph.D, candidate, is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in West Los Angeles and Aspen, Colorado. She is a past President of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and a member of the faculty. Nancy did her analytical training at the Los Angeles Institute while also participating in the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz in Switzerland. She is, also, an active faculty member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, working with the Denver, Colorado group, and an associate member of JPA in New York City. Beyond these, Nancy teaches and lectures in the US and Switzerland, and has a number of publications: The Archetypal drama in Pucciniâs Madam Butterfly; Angels and Idols: Los Angeles, a chapter in the book, Psyche and the City: A Soulâs Guide to the Modern Metropolis. Her article, Tracing a Red Thread: Synchronicity and Jungâs Red Book, was published in Psychological Perspectives. Nancy has a deep interest in exploring the manifestations of the psyche through dreams and myths with a specific focus on the dark emanations from the psyche. A current focus of research is on Mesoamerican mythology and multiple states of consciousness. Her interest in exploring symbols and deepening her understanding of Jung, have landed her on two foundations: The Philemon Foundation, where she served as Co-President of the Board of Directors, and ARAS (Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism). Â She is, also, chair of the Film Archive Committee that oversees the Remembering Jung Video Series, 30 interviews with Jungian analysts, and the films, A Matter of Heart and The World Within.Â Both: $175 Â (Add $24 for 8 CEUs); Student $150) (Lunch)Friday ONLY: $50 (Add $6 for 2 CEUs); Student $40Â Sat. ONLY: $125 Â (Add $18 for 6 CEUs); Student $110 (Lunch)Â To REGISTER with a credit card, click ABOVEOr send your check with this form to:Patrick Parham, P.O. Box 669, Hallandale, FL 33008Â Or Call our Message Phone: 954-525-4682 and leave a Message, someone willÂ return your call.Or Email us: info@JungCenterSouthFlorida.orgÂ Visit our Website: www.JungCenterSouthFlorida.org Â Â Â Directions to The Riverside Hotel, 608 E. Las Olas Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301Take I-95 to Broward Blvd. Exit, go EAST past Federal Highway for a half block to SE 8th Avenue, turn RIGHT and go one block past Las Olas Blvd., then turn RIGHT on SE 4th Street to back entrance to The Riverside where valet parking is $6 per day. We will meet on the 8th Floor in the Tower.
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