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Engage Jungian Perspectives for the 21st century
Explore Dynamics Among Individuals and Groups
See how Symbols Shape Cultures and Communities
The Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (JPA) presents the first of a series of seminars and salons, public and professional courses, discussion groups and cultural programs for curious and open minds, interested in the complex ways our contexts impact mind, and mind impacts our worlds and realities.
Harald Atmanspacher, PhD, Physicist, ETH, Zurich
Morgan Stebbins, D. Min, Jungian Analyst, JPA
Angeliki Yiassemides PhD, scholar, Cyprus,
Program: Thursday, October 22nd, 7 pm
House of the Redeemer, 7 East 95th Street, New York
Post Program Friends’ Buffet Reception
1080 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street
Jung was fascinated by the questions of Space/Time. He noted that what we perceive as time is a stream of inner and outer experiences, a flow of outwardly perceived events and the inwardly experienced trains of instincts and emotions, feelings and thoughts, images and symbols. When Einstein was formulating the relativity of space/time in physics, Jung was positing the relativity of conscious and unconscious time. In our era, Depth Psychologies, the Arts and the Sciences engage the concept of Time. Noted scientist Harald Atmanspacher will address the “relaxed” features of time in current physics as related to human experience as “extended nowness” and as “presence”.
Registration: Program only: $50
Registration for Program and JPA Friends’ Benefit Reception: From $100
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HARALD ATMANSPACHER, Ph.D. is an associate fellow and staff member at Collegium Helveticum (ETH and University Zurich) and a faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute at Küsnacht. He received a PhD in physics at LMU Munich in 1986 and worked as a research scientist at the MPI for extraterrestrial Physics at Garching until 1998. Then he served as head of the theory group at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology at Freiburg until 2013. He is the president of the Society for Mind-Matter Research and editor-in-chief of the interdisciplinary international journal Mind and Matter.Dr. Atmanspacher has been teaching at Heidelberg University, LMU Munich, TU Munich, UT Austin, Freiburg University, ETH Zurich, and held lecture courses for the Jung-Institute and the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. His publications include more than 10 books, more than 180 papers, and various special journal issues. He has organized 40 international workshops and conferences. His fields of research are the theory of nonlinear dynamical systems and complex systems, conceptual and theoretical aspects of (algebraic) quantum theory, and mind-matter relations from interdisciplinary perspectives, including the work of Jung and the Nobel Laureate physicist Wolfgang Pauli.
MORGAN STEBBINS, D.Min, M.Div, LMSW, LP, Certified Jungian Analyst, is a supervising analyst, faculty member and former Director of Training at the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association in New York, where he maintains a private practice. He teaches Religious Studies and Hermeneutics at the Pastoral Care and Counseling program of the New York Theological Seminary and directs the program in Contemplative Jungian Practice at the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, He writes on symbol formation, dreams, the role of mindfulness in analysis, the meaning of compulsion, the archetypal relationship of Buddhism and psychology, and the theories of Jacques Lacan and CG Jung. His current project is to update and make more accessible the material and message of both Jung and Zen , integrating modern research and cultural developments including gender, relationship and language.
ANGELIKI YIASSEMIDES Ph.D. is an independent Jungian scholar, a Developmental Psychologist (MA, MPhil, Columbia University), and an analyst in training with the IAAP via Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica (CIPA). . She holds a PhD in Psychoanalytic Studies Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex). Angeliki is a member of the Malta Depth Psychological Association (MDPA) and s a founding member of the Pancyprian Association for Psychotherapists (PAP). With an interest in temporality in psychoanalytic theory and practice, her time-related publications include “Chronos in synchronicity: manifestations of the psychoid reality‟ (Journal of Analytical Psychology 56,4) and her recently published book “Time and Timelessness: Temporality in the Theory of Carl Jung” (Routledge, 2014). She is the editor of the upcoming book “Time and the Psyche: Jungian Perspectives” (Routledge 2016). Her current research interests include the concept of space-time in the Jungian paradigm, and the manifestations of collective trauma in the collective psyche. She resides in Nicosia, Cyprus, where she maintains a private practice.