ISAPZURICH

ISAPZURICH

ISAPZURICH offers training in Analytical Psychology. Lectures and Open Seminars open to the public. Jung. In addition we offer a guest student program.

ISAPZURICH offers a public program, continuing education program and a training program to become a Jungian analyst with a diploma in Analytical Psychology according C.G. (Guest students formally remain students of their home institute, see www.isapzurich.com)

The institute is located in the midst of the city of Zurich, the birthplace and center of C.G. Jung’s Analytical Psychology. We are housed

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30/11/2023


30/11/2023

Photos from ISAPZURICH's post 28/11/2023

In the context of the Indo-European cultures, the lectures offer an overview of Germanic mythology, focusing on the old Germanic world view, the creation of the world, the dawn of gods and the psychological role of some of the most significant gods and goddesses. Much of what is called modernity is based on old Germanic culture and mythology. Connecting with hidden roots is an essential aspect of individuation. Particular attention will be given to female characters in Germanic mythology.

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.


27/11/2023

22/11/2023

“When we dream, we can learn to bring back something of value to society. The creative dreamer does not return empty-handed. He or she is an explorer of the dream world, returning with a song, a dance, a cure, with information about the future, information about a distant place or with a new idea of some kind.”
From "Dreams: Visions of the Night", by David Coxhead and Susan Hiller (available in the ISAP Library).

21/11/2023

Tales from a Journey as an Analytical Psychotherapist.
A journey with many challenges, full of unexpected, fulfilling experiences.
Always fascinating, never boring.
A journey in permanent relationship and dialogue with oneself and one’s patients.
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In these casual talks each semester, ISAP analysts offer glimpses
into their personal approaches to Jungian analysis.

(For ISAP students, not credited for training.)

This event is on-site only!

20/11/2023

𝗠𝘆𝘁𝗵: An involuntary collective statement based on an unconscious psychic experience.
The primitive mentality does not invent myths, it experiences them. Myths are original revelations of the preconscious psyche . . . . Many of these unconscious processes may be indirectly occasioned by consciousness, but never by conscious choice. Others appear to arise spontaneously, that is to say, from no discernible or demonstrable conscious cause.["The Psychology of the Child Archetype," ibid., par. 261.]

Find out more in "JUNG LEXICON" by DARYL SHARP available in the ISAP Library!
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In Roman and Greek mythology, Jupiter places his son born by a mortal woman, the infant Heracles, on Juno's breast while she is asleep so the baby will drink her divine milk and thus become immortal, an act which would endow the baby with godlike qualities. When Juno woke and realized that she was breastfeeding an unknown infant, she pushed him away, some of her milk spills, and the spurting milk became the Milky Way. In another version of the myth, the abandoned Heracles is given by Minerva to Juno for feeding, but Heracles' forcefulness causes Minerva to rip him from her breast in pain. The milk that squirts out forms the Milky Way.

Image: Jacopo Tintoretto “The Origin of the Milky Way”, Image and text: Wikipedia

16/11/2023

We seem to be moving from crisis to crisis and looming over all is the climate crisis, threatening extinction on many levels. Through hope we enter a new dimension of time. Despair tells us that nothing will change; one can only expect more of the same. Hope can help us transcend those moments of suffering and restore the temporal dimensions of our human existence.

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

15/11/2023

What does the tree symbolize? We will look at fairy tales and myths from around the world as well as C.G. Jung’s and M.-L. von Franz’s writings on the symbol of the tree, from Cinderella to the world tree.

Join us on sight or on zoom!

Sign up here:
https://www.isapzurich.com/en/public-programs/public-program-as2023/ #23-11-1300

14/11/2023

𝗣𝗲𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝗣𝗮𝗻 𝗮𝘀 𝗣𝘂𝗲𝗿 𝗮𝗲𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗻𝘂𝘀: An archetype Jung saw as an important influence on some people is the "eternal child". This is the archetype of the child who always wants to stay that way and never grow up. Some adults, Jung believed, get caught like Peter Pan, in a kind of psychological "Neverland", where they want to stay for ever and avoid the responsibilities and challenges of adulthood. The positive side of the archetype is the availability of playfulness and creativity.

Find out more in "JUNG: A complete introduction” by Dr. Phil Goss available in the ISAP Library!

Image: Illustration of Peter Pan playing the pipes, by F. D. Bedford from Peter and Wendy (1911)
Source: Wikipedia

13/11/2023

For 3,000 years, Scylla and Charybdis have symbolized a polarity of dangers to safe navigation and served as a metaphoric warning for humankind. The voracious six-headed monster ashore contrasts with an abysmal whirlpool of annihilation. How can we witness these twin archetypes of destruction which threaten individuals and species alike even now?

Does safe passage between certain death of some, or extinction of all, even exist in current environmental and existential crises, political and social chaos? Or, is living with death essential for psychological initiation and maturation now, as it always has been?

Subject area:
- Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology

Other areas of interest:
- Individuation
- Psychopathology & Psychiatry

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

Image: Each of Scylla's heads plucks a mariner from the deck; bottom right, Charybdis tries to swallow the whole vessel. Source: Wikipedia.
Scylla and Charybdis were mythical sea monsters noted by Homer; Greek mythology sited them on opposite sides of the Strait of Messina between Sicily and Calabria, on the Italian mainland. Scylla was rationalized as a rock shoal (described as a six-headed sea monster) on the Calabrian side of the strait and Charybdis was a whirlpool off the coast of Sicily.

08/11/2023

𝗣𝗮𝗿𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗮𝗹 𝗰𝗼𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗲𝘅: A group of emotionally charged images and ideas associated with the parents.

Jung believed that the numinosity surrounding the personal parents, apparent in their more or less magical influence, was to a large extent due to an archetypal image of the primordial parents resident in every psyche.

The importance that modern psychology attaches to the "parental complex" is a direct continuation of primitive man's experience of the dangerous power of the ancestral spirits. Even the error of judgment which leads him unthinkingly to assume that the spirits are realities of the external world is carried on in our assumption (which is only partially correct) that the real parents are responsible for the parental complex. In the old trauma theory of Freudian psychoanalysis, and in other quarters as well, this assumption even passed for a scientific explanation. (It was in order to avoid this confusion that I advocated the term "parental imago.")[The Function of the Unconscious," CW 7, par. 293.]

The imago of the parents is composed of both the image created in the individual psyche from the experience of the personal parents and collective elements already present.

The image is unconsciously projected, and when the parents die, the projected image goes on working as though it were a spirit existing on its own. The primitive then speaks of parental spirits who return by night (revenants), while the modern man calls it a father or mother complex. [ Ibid., par. 294.]

So long as a positive or negative resemblance to the parents is the deciding factor in a love choice, the release from the parental imago, and hence from childhood, is not complete.[Mind and Earth," CW 10, par. 74].

Find out more in "JUNG LEXICON" by DARYL SHARP available in the ISAP Library!


07/11/2023

REGISTER NOW: Fellini and the Shadow, Mercurius Prize Film Screening, Panel & Apéro.

The Jung Institute is presenting a film screening and a panel dedicated to Catherine McGilvray’s “Fellini e l’ombra” (Fellini and the Shadow) (IT/CH, 2021. Fiction, Documentary. Italian with English subtitles).

Entry gratis.

This event will occur on-site at the C.G. Jung-Institut: Hornweg 28, 8700 Küsnacht.

Registration required for attendance: [email protected]

The Mercurius Prize committee is pleased to award Catherine McGilvray with the Mercurius Prize for her film “Fellini e l’ombra”.

The Mercurius Prize (www.mercuriusprize.com), headquartered in Zurich, is an award which honors films that show sensitive treatment of psychological themes and promote increased consciousness and responsibility on both individual and social/collective levels.

The awarding ceremony will take place after the film screening. The panel and the discussion, moderated by historian Giovanni Sorge, will include the director Catherine McGilvray, Jungian Analyst and Mercurius Prize president Murray Stein as well as Jungian analyst and film director Peter Ammann.

The Italian Oscar-winning director was a great reader and admirer of Jung, who influenced several of his movies, such as “La dolce vita”, “8 and 1⁄2” and “Giulietta degli spiriti”. The movie also speaks of Ernst Bernhard, the German physician who firstly introduced Jungian analysis in Italy and was highly inspiring for Fellini.

Jungian analysts such as Peter Ammann (who worked with Fellini for several years) and Christian Gaillard (who wrote about Fellini’s dream book) appear in the film, which is also enriched by historical archival images and animation scenes. Moreover, a visit paid by Fellini to Jung’s Bollingen tower is reconstructed. The film was produced by Verdiana, Istituto Luce Cinecittà and Céleste Images.

The event is patronized and supported by the Mercurius Prize and organized in collaboration with ISAPZURICH and the Italian Institute of Culture in Switzerland.

An apéro will follow.

07/11/2023

In every family there are taboos and family secrets. But despite the silence, they are passed on to the following generations: the children and those born later feel them intuitively. Unprocessed psychological trauma can be passed on to the offspring in different forms with different effects; this can also be genetically detectable. Those affected often suffer from vague fears, depression or a loss of trust. Possibilities of knowing, processing and healing will be discussed on the basis of examples.

Subject area:
- Individuation

Other areas of interest:
- Psychopathology & Psychiatry
- Practical Case

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

06/11/2023

The concept of the Anima is occasionally criticized today as an old-fashioned term which should no longer be used. In The Red Book the unfolding relationship with the Anima demonstrates the importance and 'pragmatic help' of this 'dimension' to grow into a real, healing and loving connection with the Soul and life. Contemporary case material will illustrate the relevance of the concept today.

Subject area:
- Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology

Other areas of interest:
- Psychopathology & Psychiatry
- Individuation

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

03/11/2023

02/11/2023

The course will discuss the cumulative trauma of a totalitarian regime that had the power to transmit echoes across generations. People whose voices had been silenced transmitted to their children fear, combined with a lack of hope, that they would never amount to anything themselves. Through the case studies presented, I illustrate the type of effects that such trauma can have on both parents and children who live in continuous confusion about what constitutes violence and what does not, what is acceptable and what is not, what identity means and at what cost.

The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

31/10/2023

We will examine the challenges and developmental tasks asked of us by the Self when facing the end of life. What would "dying well" look like? How may we come to peace with leaving our lived and unlived lives?

Join us on-sight or on zoom!

To sign up: https://www.isapzurich.com/en/public-programs/public-program-as2023/ #07-11-1300

30/10/2023

Music expresses, in some way, the movement of the feelings (or emotional values) that accompany the unconscious processes. The nature of what happens in the collective unconscious is archetypal, and all archetypes possess a certain numinous quality that is manifested in an emphasis on the emotional.

Music expresses in sounds what fantasies and visions express in visual images. I am not a musician and would not be able to develop these ideas for you in detail. I can only draw your attention to the fact that music represents the movement, development, and transformation of the motifs of the collective unconscious.

𝘓𝘦𝘵𝘵𝘦𝘳𝘴 𝘰𝘧 𝘊. 𝘎. 𝘑𝘶𝘯𝘨: 𝘝𝘰𝘭𝘶𝘮𝘦 𝘐, 𝘱. 𝟧𝟦𝟤

27/10/2023

Scientists have called the current geological epoch, which began when human impact on Earth’s land, oceans, atmosphere, and ecosystems became significant, the Anthropocene. Even though we have had an inkling of the problem since the late 1800’s, consciousness is slow to dawn and behavior even slower to change. Evolution has predisposed us to respond more readily to local events, such as storms, fires, and floods, rather than to global trends, such as climate disruption and the sixth mass extinction.

We have gathered provocative and diverse experts from Western, Eastern and Native American cultures and will encompass the fields of climate science, analytical psychology, ecopsychology, cultural ecology, deep ecology, environmental science, metaphysics and philosophy. Together we will explore the interconnection of all things, the personal and collective response to the climate crisis, the meaning of the pandemic, and the call to change that it has highlighted.

Pre-Conference Workshops:

-THE ROLE OF SHADOW, ANIMA AND ANIMUS IN THE ECOLOGY OF THE SELF-SYSTEM, DEBORAH EGGER

-RE-ENCHANTMENT: EXPLORING OUR RELATIONSHIP TO NATURE THROUGH STORYTELLING AND IMAGE, STEPHEN FOSTER and NORA SWAN-FOSTER

Conference Program:
https://www.civilizationintransition.com/

Conference Presentations
-GAIA, PSYCHE, AND DEEP ECOLOGY: A NEW AND ESSENTIAL WORLDVIEW with ANDREW FELLOWS
-CHANGING THE NARRATIVES THAT ARE CHANGING THE WORLD with LORI PYE
-WHAT IS MATTER? DOES IT MATTER? with YURIKO SATO
-LOVE OF EARTH: EXPLORING OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE DURING COVID-19 AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS with STEPHEN FOSTER
-AN EXCURSION INTO THE ECOLOGICAL PSYCHE with LORI PYE
-MANAWA: INDIGENOUS VISIONS OF RESTORING THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE with APELA COLORADO and TIMOTI BRAMLEY

To register: https://www.civilizationintransition.com/registration/

25/10/2023

The course focuses on how to work with children and young adolescents suffering from anxiety, stress and bullying at school. It will present theoretical considerations of developmental stages as well as a methodology for treatment. It will also provide insights on how to relate to the child’s parents.

Subject area:
- Developmental Psychology

Other areas of interest:
- Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology
- Practical Case

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

24/10/2023

We will explore to what extent our identity, attitudes, and expectations are embedded in our culture, and how encounters with other cultures may surprise us, open our eyes, stimulate our curiosity, and impact our sense of self. What can we learn and how may we use our experience of diverse traditions, norms, and values to expand and enhance our journey to the Self?

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

Images: https://openyoureyesfestival.photo/en

23/10/2023

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18/10/2023

Through his exploration of the collective unconscious Jung added a profound depth to his psychology and placed the soul and its development at the center. The soul is understood as relating to the transcendent, which gives Jungian psychology its spiritual aspect. His psychology is not a method, but is concerned with all who are seeking meaning.

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17/10/2023

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16/10/2023

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More in “JUNG: A complete introduction” by Dr. Phil Goss available in the ISAP Library!

12/10/2023

“Eranos” Live:

• Lecture
Guest speaker: Dr. Riccardo Bernardini
Title: “Eranos: A Retrospective Look at its Contribution to Analytical Psychology and a Future Glimpse into the Study of Olga Fröbe-Kapteyn’s Art”

•Performance
“Eranos”
The play takes place in August 1947 during the week-long Eranos Conference hosted annually by Olga Fröbe-Kapetyn. The stillness of the setting on the shores of Lago Maggiore near Ascona, Switzerland, and the beauty of the lake and surrounding mountains create a magical aura around the conference center. The Round Table under the trees and near the shore of the Lake is where all the action of the play takes place. To the left of the Table stands the carved stone with the inscription, Genio loci ignoto - “to the unknown genius of this place.”

•Apéro

•Dinner (At one’s own expense)

𝗖𝗼𝘀𝘁 & 𝗥𝗲𝗴𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻

• General Public: CHF 50 (includes lecture, performance, and Apéro)
• Gratis for ISAP Students and Participants - REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Registration deadline midnight 16.10.2023

Register: https://isapzurich.com/en/special-events/eranos-live-as2023/

For questions please contact [email protected]

About the Eranos Foundation: http://www.eranosfoundation.org

09/10/2023

Get to know the ISAPZURICH Picture Collection. The purpose of the Picture Collection is the creation of an anonymized picture collection and database of material from clients who have been in analysis with a therapist or analyst trained in the tradition of C.G. Jung's analytical psychology. The aim, in addition to securing the artistic creations in both material and electronic form, is to make such valuable material available to ISAPZURICH analysts and students for learning, teaching and research purposes.

Subject area:
- Psychological Interpretation of Pictures

Other areas of interest:
- Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology
- Developmental Psychology

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

Image: aras.org
Artist: Jung's patient called Miss X.

05/10/2023

The Jung Institute is presenting a film screening and a panel dedicated to Catherine McGilvray’s “Fellini e l’ombra” (Fellini and the shadow) (IT/CH, 2021. Fiction, Documentary. Italian with English subtitles).

The Mercurius Prize committee is pleased to award Catherine McGilvray with the Mercurius Prize for her film “Fellini e l’ombra”.

The Mercurius Prize (www.mercuriusprize.com), headquartered in Zurich, is an award which honors films that show sensitive treatment of psychological themes and promote increased consciousness and responsibility on both individual and social/collective levels.

The awarding ceremony will take place after the film screening. The panel and the discussion, moderated by historian Giovanni Sorge, will include the director Catherine McGilvray, Jungian Analyst and Mercurius Prize president Murray Stein as well as Jungian analyst and film director Peter Ammann.

The Italian Oscar-winning director was a great reader and admirer of Jung, who influenced several of his movies, such as “La dolce vita”, “8 and 1⁄2” and “Giulietta degli spiriti”. The movie also speaks of Ernst Bernhard, the German physician who firstly introduced Jungian analysis in Italy and was highly inspiring for Fellini.

Jungian analysts such as Peter Ammann (who worked with Fellini for several years) and Christian Gaillard (who wrote about Fellini’s dream book) appear in the film, which is also enriched by historical archival images and animation scenes. Moreover, a visit paid by Fellini to Jung’s Bollingen tower is reconstructed. The film was produced by Verdiana, Istituto Luce Cinecittà and Céleste Images.

The event is patronized and supported by the Mercurius Prize and organized in collaboration with ISAP Zurich and the Italian Institute of Culture in Switzerland.

An apero will follow.

04/10/2023

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04/10/2023

"Music should be an essential part of every analysis. Music reaches the deep archetypal material that we only sometimes reach in our own work with patients." C.G. Jung Speaking, p. 275.

The theme of this lecture is the artistic, therapeutic and transpersonal dimensions of sound, song and music. We learn to perceive psychological meaning in sounds and also the art of listening from a deeper place. When we pay attention to each subtle sound of psyche, we become witnesses to the unconscious in action. A short film on the mythology of song, filmed in the mountains of Greece, will serve as an introduction.

Subject area:
- Religion & Psychology

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

03/10/2023

What is the basic attitude and understanding when interpreting pictures through the lens of a Jungian analyst? We will look at individual pictures as well as series to see what they may reveal. How is drawing pictures incorporated into the analytical setting?

Subject area:
- Psychological Interpretation of Pictures

Other areas of interest:
- Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology
- Developmental Psychology

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

03/10/2023

An investigation into the history, symptoms and resulting cascade of physical effects set in motion by sustained deep suffering and resulting archaic defenses. Prerequisite for my trauma seminar in the next semester.
J.L. Herman: Trauma and Recovery, 2015; B. van der Kolk: The Body Keeps the Score.

Subject area:
- Psychopathology & Psychiatry

This course will NOT be broadcast on Zoom. The public is invited to attend on-site at ISAPZURICH.

02/10/2023

Eranos is an intellectual discussion group dedicated to humanistic and religious studies, as well as to the natural sciences which has met annually in Moscia (Lago Maggiore), the Collegio Papio and on the Monte Verità in Ascona, Switzerland since 1933.

The name is derived from the Ancient Greek word ἔρανος meaning "a banquet to which the guests bring contributions of food, a no-host dinner." The circle at Moscia was founded by Olga Froebe-Kapteyn in 1933, and these conferences have been held annually on the grounds of her estate (on the shores of Lago Maggiore near Ascona in Switzerland) ever since.

This event has served as a point of contact for thinkers from disparate fields of knowledge ranging from depth psychology and comparative religion to history, literary criticism and folklore, and provides a setting and a congenial group within which to discuss all things spiritual.

Participants over the years have included Heinrich Zimmer (Indian religious art), Karl Kerényi (Greek mythology), Mircea Eliade (history of religions), Carl Gustav Jung and Erich Neumann (analytical psychology), Robert Eisler (gospel authorship), Alfons Rosenberg (symbolism), Gilles Quispel (gnostic studies), Gershom Scholem (Jewish mysticism), Henry Corbin (Islamic religion), Gilbert Durand (symbolic anthropology), Adolf Portmann (biology), Herbert Read (art history), Max Knoll (physics), and Joseph Campbell (comparative mythology).

More about ISAP event (Lecture, Performance and Dinner) and how to register:
https://isapzurich.com/en/special-events/eranos-live-as2023/

28/09/2023

Zurich Film Festival, 28.09.23-8.10.23

With her documentary LAS TORERAS, Jackie Brutsche tries to uncover the dark secrets of her family's past and to answer the unanswered questions about her mother. To do this, she conducted detailed and emotional interviews with her family members in Zurich and Spain. Using old texts and drawings by her mother, she also gains a deeper insight into her mother's emotional world. The film owes its unique narrative style to moving scenes in which Jackie takes on the role of a bullfighter, trying to recreate her mother's tragic life story.

Zurich-born Jackie Brutsche is a multidisciplinary artist. After first studying fashion design, she went on to complete a course in directing and screenwriting at Zurich University of the Arts. She works as a filmmaker, composer, visual artist, performer, writer and musician. She tours Europe with her band THE JACKETS, realises her own art projects, and is an active member of the theater and film production scenes. 2023 LAS TORERAS 2006 THE MAGIC CUT 2005 MENSCHINE 2004 IDENTITY SEARCH 2003 KOTZBROCKEN 2002 DIG IT 2002 DEMON INSIDE 1999 SKIN

Buy tickets: https://zff.com/en/movies/las-toreras

27/09/2023

The 2023 Zurich Lecture Series:
- Keiron Le Grice, PhD "Archetypal Astrology and Alchemy as a Guide to Psychospiritual Transformation"
- Postlude to the Zurich Lecture Series 2023. You are invited to participate in a day of Postlude lectures following ZLS at the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich.

Register now: www.zurichlectureseries.com

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