THE BOLLINGEN LECTURES

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2017 BOLLINGEN LECTURE
Mark Winborn, PhD, NCPsyA

Mapping the Languages of the Soul

December 1st & 2nd, 2017
Goodwill Industries
1331 Edgehill Columbus, OH 43201
Friday Seminar: Awakening an Analytic Attitude

... explore how reverie, internal state of the therapist, imaginal process, psychic reality, and the symbolic attitude play into the development of your own analytic attitude, so important in the practice of Depth Psychology.

3 CEUs for psychologists, counselors and social workers.(See Flyer for details.)(Register for event.)
Friday Lecture: Evoking Soul through the Deep Blues

... through audio, video, images ... examine deep blues, how this musical genre expresses the human condition through metaphor...paralleling the mythological, shaman - istic, archetypal... tapping into the soul through deep blues.

2 CEUs for psychologists, counselors and social workers.(See Flyer for details.)(Register for event.)
Saturday Workshop: Revealing the Metaphorical Mind

... become attuned to metaphor, the process we use in everyday life, consciously and unconsciously, to bring imagination alive through music, art, poetry, film; through examples and self- reflection, explore evocative metaphors that create the potential for change.

4 CEUs for psychologists, counselors and social workers.(See Flyer for details.)(Register for event.)

Mark Winborn, PhD, NCPsyA... is a clinical psychologist, Jungian psychoanalyst who serves on the faculty of C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich and on the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology. He is author of Deep Blues: Human Soundscape for the Archetypal Journey. Mark resides in Memphis, TN.

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The Bollingen Lecture was named after the “confession of faith in stone,” as Jung called his tower—the house he built for himself with his own hands at Bollingen. Over the years, as he would begin to feel that the house was incomplete, he would add rooms and courtyards and even an upper story. Bollingen was always the place where Jung said he felt most deeply himself. Over 20 years ago Bob and Ann Murtha took a leap of faith when they founded a yet to be formed organization they named The C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio. Now this has become one of the most respected Jungian-based organizations in the country and brings in outstanding, internationally known presenters. We are based in a lovely Victorian house in the Short North area of Columbus which also holds our Library, Bookstore, our highly regarded Gallery, as well as offices for several local Jungian analysts.

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