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February 2014


February 7, 2014 @ 8:00 am - February 18, 2014 @ 5:00 pm
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Every individual and culture has its myth that guides its destiny. India’s archetype is the one of Coniunctio - she facilitates alignment with our own personal myth. It is a sacred mirror to your soul. If you are open to the whispers of your soul, India provides the prima materia of dreams, myths and an ancient, living and continuous civilization for the seed of your soul to blossom into the flower of your individuation. For this process of transformation, every individual and culture needs an alchemist to hold the vessel and guide the alchemy of change. During this trip, we will focus on integrating Mahatma Gandhi’s alchemy of the human spirit with a Jungian lens as we walk in the land of Gandhi. We will integrate the Magnum Opus of the two great alchemists of our times: Mahatma Gandhi and Carl Jung. We will have the opportunity to sit on the shores of Sabarmati River at the Gandhi Ashram, from where Gandhi meditated his response to the British repression of India’s soul. We will walk the same street, where Gandhi started his famed Dandi march to protest the British salt tax. This Dandi march set the stage for events that led to India’s freedom from colonial bondage, but more, importantly freed the British from their own shadow to the light of consciousness. Join us in this Jungian passage to the dream like, archetypal landscape of India. During this journey to the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan, we will explore India’s living myths, its unique integration of the great traditions of the world; the mystery of its Hindu origins, the contemplative traditions of Buddhism and Jainism, the gentleness of the Parsis, the first Christians, the Eros of Islam and the colonial shadow of the Occident. We will begin…

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March 2014

West Meets East in Jung’s Psychology: A Dialogue

March 22, 2014

FOUNDERS DAY SYMPOSIUM WEST MEETS EAST IN JUNG'S PSYCHOLOGY: A DIALOGUE Saturday, March 22nd , 2014 9:00 am to 4:30 pm This day-long sympos ium will contlnue the interchange , now a hundred years old, between lu ng' s Western app roach to consciousness and those of Asian cultures. O ur featured speaker, Dr. M urray Ste in, wi ll trace the influence of Eastern philosophies and spiritual practices o n lu ng's psyc hology as well as on the cu rrent and growing interest in l ung' s psychology through out Asia. T he significance of this intercultural co nversa tion will be further enriched by the presen tati ons of Elaine Molch ano v, Denni s Merritt and Ashok Bed i who will ex plore the per son al, psychoanalytic and spiritual implications of the dialogue.LOCATION Loyola Univers ity Chicago Water Tower Campus 25 E, Pea rson , Chicago IL -Kasbeer Hall SYMPOSIUM FEE $130 -6 CE (Lunch and Dinn er Provided) $70 -Student Rate (Lunch and Dinn er Provided) "Co-sponsoredby the w yolaUniversity Schoolo/CotJ!UUtingandProfessionalStudiesandthe lung InstituteofChicago. Founders Community Dinner I 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm All speakers and symposium participants arc invited to join the celebratory Founders Community Dinner at no additional cost. As (he seminar comes to a close we will have a wine and cheese reception followed by a light buffet dinner to honor founding member Murray Stein. Throughout the symposium we will host a silent auction; participants arc invited and encouraged to bid throughout the day. Winning hids will be announced during the community dinner. All proceeds from the auction will directly support the continued development of educational programming and community outreach at the CO Jung Institute of Chicago.…

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May 2014


May 10, 2014 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Lighthouse on Dewey, 1220 Dewey Avenue,
Wauwatosa, , WI 53213 United States
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  Meditation, Mindfulness, Mandalas, Pranayama:Contemplative Practices for Office Practice & Self CareSaturday, May 10th8:30 am to 5:00 pm The medicine of the 20th century was about the treatment of illness. The medicine of the 21st century is about wellness. As medical science has made strides in the detection and treatment of illness, we have reached a tipping point where the emphasis is upon wellness and living a fuller life to our personal best potential. There is a renewed respect for an interest in ancient healing systems, which are being reconfigured to create the integrative medicine of the future. The contemplative practices are guided by archetypes and myths, and the Neuroplastic mysteries of our complex physical reality. The presenter will outline the analytical and Neuroscientific aspects of these practices followed by experiential sessions to demonstrate the use of these methods for use in office practice and manage our own personal wellness program.     LOCATIONLighthouse on Dewey1220 Dewey Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213 FEE$75 (no lunch included)CE Credits available ($15 fee)Call 312.701.0400 or email jung@jungchicago.org for CE creditsFor all registrations visit www.jungchicago.org Learning objectivesThese presentations are designed to help participants:1)    Summarize the Integrative Medical perspectives on the Stress Response in providers and their clients2)    Analyze the relevant archetypes of the stress response how they apply to the healing and Individuation process.3)    Present the Neuroscience research supporting these techniques.4)    Practice Pranayama, Meditation, Mindfulness & Mandala technique to reset the wellness process. Required ReadingBedi, Ashok (2013). Crossing the Healing Zone: from illness to wellness, Nicholas Hays Publishers Inc.Iyengar, B. K. S. (1985). Light on Pranayama: The Yogic Art of Breathing, Crossroad Publishing Company. Suggested ReadingBenson, Herbert (1975). The Relaxation Response, William Morrow and Company, Inc.Kabat-Zinn, Jon (1990). Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and…

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July 2014

The 28th Annual Door County Summer Institute

July 31, 2014 @ 8:00 am - August 1, 2014 @ 5:00 pm
The Landmark Resort, 4929 Landmark Drive
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin 54209, 54209
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Session 7   2-Day Session July 31-August 1, 2014 Ashok Bedi, MD Crossing the Healing Zone-From Illness to Wellness: An Analytical, Jungian, and Neuroscientific Perspective on the Integrative Medicine  Ashok Bedi, MD, is a Jungian psychoanalyst and a board certified psychiatrist.  He is a member of the Royal College of psychiatrists of Great Britain, a diplomat in Psychological Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of England, and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.  He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the MCW and a training analyst at the Carl G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He leads the annual “A Jungian Encounter with the Soul of India” study group to several centers in India under the auspices of the New York Jung FoundationSymposium Description and Objectives The medicine of the 20th century was about the treatment of illness. The medicine of the 21st century is about wellness. As medical science has made strides in the detection and treatment of illness, we have reached a tipping point where the emphasis is upon wellness and living a fuller life to our personal best potential. The journey through the healing zone is guided by archetypes and myths, active imagination, dreams and synchronicities, and the neuroplastic mysteries of our physical reality. We will outline how to work with psychological and soul processes in our quest for healing and wholeness and will explore practical methods and techniques that can help to engage the healing zone and present guidelines and practices that can help create and manage our own personal wellness programs.Participants will: (1) Summarize the integrative medical perspectives on the quantum consciousness and the psychoid space(2) Analyze archetypes of the Lion Man,…

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January 2015


January 9, 2015 - January 22, 2015

For Event Detail, kindly click on the link below JUNG IN INDIA 2015 FINAL

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March 2015

Resilience-Analytical & Neuroscience Perspective – Saturday, March 14, 2015 8 AM-4 PM

March 14, 2015 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Resilience refers to a class of phenomena characterized by good outcomes in spite of serious threats to adaptation or development. Between the shores of illness & wellness lies the flow of the healing zone. This Neuroplastic zone has transformative properties for our mind, body and relationships. The presentation will start with a Resilience Assessment Test offered to the participants. Experiential contemplative practices that foster resilience will be demonstrated with opportunity for participants to practice these.   Objectives (at the end of this activity the participants will be able to): 1. Summarize the of converging findings from variable-focused and person-focused investigations of Resilience 2. Examine the Neuroscientific research on Resilience from many different perspectives, particularly in trauma research 3. Discuss the Jungian Analytical perspective on Resilience 4. Utilize the concept of the Transcendent Function to harvest the transformative potential of crisis, trauma and activation of Resilience Response. 5. Practice Contemplative techniques that enhance resilience.   For detailed brochure, kindly click on the link below 2015 Workshop Brochure Final

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April 2015


April 19, 2015 @ 8:00 am - April 26, 2015 @ 5:00 pm

Join us in County Kerry, affectionately known in Ireland as “God’s Kingdom.” Located in southwest Ireland and facing the Atlantic Ocean, it features the famed Dingle and Iveragh Peninsulas. Our 2015 Seminar will be based in the town of Killarney, County Kerry’s most vibrant town. In this seminar, we will explore the themes of resilience and hope and how the experience of adversity, although unwelcome, nevertheless has the potential to enrich our lives and turn our so-called lead into gold. Our week includes the option to join in two unique excursions: a journey to the Iveragh Peninsula guided by renowned Irish archaeologist Michael Gibbons, and an outing to the remote and rarely visited Beara Peninsula – led by Celtic expert Rob Vance. What is resilience? Is it something we are born with or can it be developed? Why is it that some of us are able to bounce back after a major setback, often becoming stronger, while others cannot seem to survive life’s disappointments. Some of us are able to overcome adversity, lack of success in life, and rejection in relationships yet not allow it to forever define our lives. Notwithstanding catastrophe, a devastating trauma, or the kind of personal tragedy that may scar us forever, some of us may utilize adversity to grow, find spiritual meaning, and enhance our lives. Does resilience mean forgiving God, our parents, or others for our personal tragedies and pain? In the face of adversity, can acceptance help us move on, change, create new visions, goals, and create a more meaningful outlook on life? Examples abound of famous individuals overcoming adversity and setbacks in life – including artists, influential world figures, performers, athletes and authors. Well-known people like Victor…

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January 2016

JUNGIAN ENCOUNTER WITH THE SOUL OF INDIAʼS HEARTLAND Sponsored by the C.G. Jung Foundation of New York Guest Faculty – Ashok Bedi M.D., Jungian Psychoanalyst January 31 to February 11, 2016

January 31, 2016 @ 8:00 am - February 11, 2016 @ 5:00 pm

The C.G. Jung Foundation of New York is proud to sponsor the eleventh educational tour of India in February 2016. This trip is an opportunity to see India through the lens of analytical psychology. It will allow tour members to perceive the archetypal depths of life and psyche that Indians knew and expressed in their myth and art, and to understand how the experience and expression of these archetypal dimensions greatly influenced culture and civilization. We are honored to have once again as our guest faculty Dr. Ashok Bedi. The Continuing Education aspect of the Program is offered by the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. Ashok Bedi, M.D., is a psychiatrist and Jungian analyst. Educated and trained in India, Great Britain, and the United States. He is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists of Great Britain; Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association; clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin; and is a training analyst and faculty member at the Carl G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He is in private practice of Psychiatry and Jungian Psychoanalysis in Milwaukee (414 219 9039). Dr. Bedi is the liaison for the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) for developing Jungian training programs in India, where he travels annually to teach, train, and consult with the Jungian Developing groups at several centers including those in Ahmedabad and Mumbai. For More Information, kindly click on the link below Jung India Journey 2016 Final

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February 2016

The Picture of Dorain Gray

February 19, 2016 @ 6:25 pm - 7:30 pm

Milwaukee Ballet Company 990 The Picture of Dorain Gray - Milwaukee Ballet A Night of New Hedonism Dorian Gray tickets and pre-performance reception Friday, Feb. 19, 6:00 p.m. The Pabst Theater Mix and mingle as you enjoy an enlightening discussion just before you see the world premiere of Michael Pink's newest dance drama, Dorian Gray. Jungian Psychoanalyst Dr Ashok Bedi will help set the scene with a presentation on Oscar Wilde's portrayal of the self-absorbed, pleasure-obsessed society in the novel, and other philosophical themes that appear in the story. 6pm - Hors d’oeuvres 6:30pm - Pre-Show Talk 7:30pm - Performance $40/person Includes reception and performance tickets. Cash bar. Call Megan Spangberg at (414) 902-2107 to make your reservation, or click here to email her. For More information click on the link The Picture of Dorain Gray - Milwaukee Ballet

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